Posts Tagged ‘learning’
9 Essential Qualities for Successfully Raising Someone on the Spectrum
My son who is labeled as being on the High-Functioning Autism Spectrum is absolutely thriving at a public charter school right now. He has a 4.0 GPA, plays bass guitar, enjoys going on errands with me, sleeps well, eats well, and overall seems happy. BOOM! We also very successfully made it through my recent cancer…Read More
Dirt Is Good for You! Didn’t Your Mama Teach You That?
Brief history: My mother was not afraid of dirt from what I remember. It was an antibody, a friend, and a constant. I remember being dirty when I was a kid because I was outside playing. It seemed a natural consequence and it fills me with fond memories. Present experience: We’re in line waiting to…Read More