This week on the COVID front has at best been bleak. Part of it is masking and not properly distancing themselves for others. We see this by now having increases throughout the nation of the those under 50. It is also not by having common sense in other things such as having good hygiene like washing your hands, for example.
In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The fifth installment I have chosen to write about is hygiene.
Both Depression and Anxiety have been giving me a swift kick during the pandemic.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An 11-year-old boy with autism who drowned in a neighborhood pond Thursday morning had wandered away from home before. Bryan Wilson -- known as B.J. to his friends and family -- was reported missing on Thursday morning, after he wandered away from his home in the Valley Station area. He was … Continue reading UPDATE: 11-year-old boy with autism who drowned in pond reported missing before
An outspoken advocate for autism awareness, Aoife Dooley says it has been one of the reasons for her success and she would not want to change that part of herself, writes Denise O’Donoghue Source: Aoife Dooley: Why we all need to talk about adult autism
So as we are in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic, almost every living soul has been given a new set of guidelines or rules to live by. Having to wear a mask is more likely a requirement in most states of the United States if not the World. However, many locales have exemptions for individuals with disabilities. In many cases this can include autistics, however many many retailers still have the right to mandate services provided in a alternative format if one does not wear the mask, and yes there are some who will not accommodate the non-compliance of not wearing a mask in a establishment.
OAK FOREST, IL — A father distraught over finances after losing his job killed his wife and their 18-year-old autistic son before taking his own life in their Oak Forest home.
Silent threat: Tyler Jones was never diagnosed with epilepsy, but his mother says some of his behaviors resembled seizures.
About 8 a.m. Thursday, the boy’s body was found inside an older model refrigerator with a door that latches closed from the outside behind the relative’s house at 740 S. Western Ave. The appliance was unplugged and upright near the back door of the home.
At age 11, although he could not read, write or talk, Matthew Jankovich became the smiling face of a legislative crusade.