by danielle | Apr 25, 2018 | Blog, Parenting
This is a spot on, really great article. It’s perfect to share not just during autism month but for any special needs parent. Whomever the momma is that wrote this article, I would love to invite you into my tribe. I’m blessed with the most amazing, strong, smart autism mom friends that many days keep me standing.
by danielle | Apr 17, 2018 | adults with autism, Blog, In the News
EXACTLY. A must read from the Dallas Morning News.
by danielle | Apr 2, 2018 | Blog, In the News
I wanted to share this article and some key points, I know I say over and over.
- Autism is defined as a disability people as in disabled. As in not able to lead a typically healthy independent life and for some people it comes with comorbid conditions of complete suffering.
- It is insulting to call it AUsome people please stop doing that. Learn.
- Demand action. Fight for quality adult programs and residential facilities so that your children will in their future not be overwhelmed by the burden of what to do with all these kids with autism quickly becoming adults with autism. 1 in 36 are the new numbers.
- 1 in 36 are the new numbers.
by danielle | Apr 2, 2018 | adults with autism, Blog
So here we are again. World Autism Day.
Not sure what that means anymore – when Tyler was diagnosed in 2004 the t-shirt I was given at my first “support walk” said 1 in 150 on the back.
What are we going to do when it is 1 in 2? Who will take care of this next generation with so many sick kids- let’s not forget diabetes, cancer, etc… is out there as well debilitating our children. Has to be environmental factors doing this. Genetic epidemics do not happen so, more than awareness, let’s get busy helping this next generation of children who will need care long after their parents are gone.
by danielle | Mar 31, 2018 | Angels, Blog
As we roll into “autism awareness month” tomorrow, I want to preemptively share a piece I think is well written and that I agree with.
I take some comfort that this year “autism month” begins on what also happens to be Easter Sunday. For our family, our faith is what we have left to cling to as Tyler is almost an adult and not much has improved for this wave of kids with autism since he was diagnosed in 2004.
Tomorrow we will focus our eyes on Jesus and the miracle that Easter Sunday promises. I take such comfort in the first shall be last and the last get a crown. Oh! the crown my sweet Tyler will have someday.