A Simple Word with a Difficult Meaning…

...Change Not everyone knows, Xander was moved to another school within the district this new school year to make room for all the Life Skills kids. The district wanted to split the class and there wasn't enough room for two Life Skills classrooms at his previous school so the district created a second classroom at... Continue Reading →

The ALS Team at my Son’s School

As the parent of a child with special needs, I cannot help but be an overemotional ball of over protectiveness most of the time with my son. Some see it as over protective while I see it as being my child’s voice, until he finds his own. I must be my child’s eyes, until he... Continue Reading →

The Chosen

As I lay here with my son Xander, as many of my followers know is affected by autism - I read through posts of friends and families who are also affected and they feel as if they are all alone fighting alone. It saddens me to know that they feel alone when they're not. I've... Continue Reading →

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