Goodness Prevails

01.21.14

About three weeks ago I listened to a talk during our church service and was touched by one of the messages shared. The message…goodness prevails. I think I was touched because all too often we hear of the tumultuous noise and action throughout the world and sadly it overrides much of the goodness it still read more…

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The Reason I Jump

01.13.14

    Great book, but do not judge autism as a whole just from reading his words. The autism spectrum is indeed a spectrum.  It’s huge in fact! We can’t possibly expect even two autistic kids to be exactly the same. The boy who writes The Reason I Jump gives excellent insight on how his read more…

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Sally-Anne False Belief Test

11.21.13

My sister Sydney sent me an email today asking if we could do this test on Cali when we are together during Thanksgiving. I took a look and now I am anxious to try this test! I’ll be sure to let you know how it pans out!!   Autism and Theory of Mind   Published: read more…

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Don’t Panic

11.11.13

These two words are what I hear Madi say to Cali pretty frequently through out their sessions. She says it with calm demeanor, which, by the way, impresses me every time. I lose my patience way too fast…it’s a weakness. Madi, however seems to keep her cool around Cali and consequently ends up being my read more…

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Autism…it’s a good thing.

10.21.13

Would I have written this post three years ago with this being the title? No. However, would I have written a post about the exact opposite, Autism…it’s a bad thing? No, I would not have written that post either.   Truly I have never hated autism. I have never experienced anger or resentment towards autism. read more…

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