October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month. To honor NDEAM, I will be taking a break for the month from the Adulting Series and Emphasizing on areas of Employment and Autism. This week, I will be discussing Job Accommodations
As part of my virtual clubhouse attendance we compose a weekly newsletter that is published each Friday, I have decided to include those writings in my Blog
I have shared from time to time of how I struggle with my parents parenting style. Although it is hypercritical, I have to realize that they only act that way out of sincere concern and care for my health, safety and wellbeing.
My summary is, regardless of who you vote for this Presidential Election, I will still be your friend. I will still be friends with you on Facebook. I will not shame you because I dislike your choice either. Friends in the past didn’t split up because they voted for different candidates and I don’t think now is the time we start doing that either, we need friends more than ever now!
October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month. To honor NDEAM, I will be taking a break for the month from the Adulting Series and Emphasizing on areas of Employment and Autism. This week, I will be discussing the statistics and getting the job you want.
Last week I visited a thrift shop and came across the book “Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew” by Ellen Notbohm This book has been one of the better Autism reads I have read in a very long time because it taught things about me that I didn’t know.
A September of Getting Back on Track As many persons during this pandemic, I have experienced a weight gain from being cooped up in their homes and not being able to get out as much as they did previously. This is partly due to many of the public parks being closed during the spring months. … Continue reading Union Station Weekly; Vol. 4, Issue 1; October 2, 2020
The Orange Unified School District agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle the lawsuit filed on behalf of Micaela Sanchez Corona, the mother of 15-year-old Manny Perez, according to Panish Shea & Boyle LLP attorneys Robert Glassman and Nathan Werksman. Source: $7.5 Million Settlement Reached In El Modena High Golf Cart Crash That Killed 15-Year-Old … Continue reading $7.5 Million Settlement Reached In El Modena High Golf Cart Crash That Killed 15-Year-Old With Autism
No matter how many times I flirt with disaster and cause heartache on those closest to me, I still struggle with the understanding that medication management is necessary in maintaining a healthy life even though the side effects are at times rough.
As we pass our six months under a worldwide pandemic, I personally see more protections being laxed specifically the mask wearing and social distancing. More opportunities are being made available for those not wishing to be respectable of the rules and sometimes cause strife with those who must be the enforcers of these rules.