Kids with sensory issues can have a hard time in crowded, loud places where they have no control. One of the ways that we got him ready was with an airport social story.
This is our High Functioning Autism story. These are the symptoms of High Functioning Autism that you don’t get to see.
From the moment our kids are born, we try. We try to raise them the best way that we can. We try to give them what they need and what they want, while instilling decent morals and values. We try as hard as we can to stop our kids from becoming “THAT kid”, but what happens when YOUR kid becomes THAT kid?
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You know something isn’t right. He isn’t sleeping. His behaviors are becoming unpredictable. His mood swings are unavoidable and lengthy. You know something has to change. You watch him closely. You think his meds may need to be adjusted. You worry about him hitting puberty and getting all of the testosterone and aggression that comes […]
Can you believe it is already August? I feel like this summer, and even this year, are flying by faster than I can blink. The Back to School section is already set up at the stores and some kids start back as early as next month! This year, my son is moving up into the […]
We may have become the unexpected homeschoolers, but it was the best decision we could’ve made for our son, at that time, to benefit his health and happiness.
Taking a child with autism to an amusement park can be a very scary thought, but it could also be a lot of fun! Yes, there is a lot of potential for sensory overload, but there is also a lot of potential for sensory output which can be very good. We recently took our 10 […]
This week, after 2 years of homeschooling, I put my 10 year old, with higher functioning autism, back in public school, but this does not mean that I failed. I became a homeschooler very unexpectedly and I still feel like my decision to pull him out was the right one. I felt as if I […]