Tag: special needs

Miracle… on Snow

Miracle… on Snow

The kids have been asking for snowboarding lessons. Even Babyboy, who has no interest in most physical activities, and can’t yet swim, nor ride a bike… Well, he does like hiking, and also trampoline jumping, but not for any length of time… We had gone […]

Autism post at Harvard Health Blog

Autism post at Harvard Health Blog

Last week, I wrote a post about our personal experience and preferred evidence-based approach to autism behavior therapy over on the Harvard Health Blog, titled: “A Strengths-based Approach to Autism“

So Our Son Has Autism… And Now We Need A Lawyer?

So Our Son Has Autism… And Now We Need A Lawyer?

(See post from early February for background…) This diagnosis comes with baggage. Not just the baggage that we brought to it: all the early denial that it was even a possibility, all our preconceived ideas based on Rain Man and the media hype and prejudice… No, literally, […]