For some autistics, being independent, having their own place and being able to take care of themselves are the ultimate wishes of many, including the family that cares for them. For the family, if they feel it can be done, they will likely try in earnest to make sure that it can be done in order to make all parties satisfied.
We grow up as young boys and girls We're told that we are to befriend our peers Many of peers on peers in school charter these scary waters for the first time we snarl. For we are doing only what we are told. We're included in mates birthday's Some are just with us boys, some … Continue reading The Network
Around the time this book was written the author's name was brought up in conversation as "the one who got it." Little did I know of 17 years of molding into the man I have become, and a unique 50 cent book in a thrift shop, I would discover that the book would make me … Continue reading Book Review: Demystifying the Autistic Experience: A Humanistic Introduction for Parents, Caregivers and Educators (2002)
In the second half of the subsubseries,we take a look into the realm of bullying. Yesterday we looked at it in the form of advances in technology. Today, we look at the physical and mental bullying aspects.
While I high School slightly consider attending community college, it would not be until I became privileged to bump into another individual on the spectrum that was in attendance at the school that would become my Alma mater.
https://wjactv.com/embed/news/local/police-chief-concerned-about-increased-incidents-involving-students-at-vocational-school?external-id=6fc800138e6140f9b629b1cc1f89c9a9 Recently, the Johnstown TV Station aired a story about the recent police activity at the Hiram G. Andrews Center there, It outlined that there were three incidents there in recent weeks including a bout where four students that broke into the old Westmont-Hilltop Elementary school and vandalized the interior, a instance where security was … Continue reading My stay at the Hiram G. Andrews Center was a Success, there are others, don’t rule out recent incidents
As mentioned in the last post just posted (read down) I had a bad Soda addiction and recently gave up diet soda, all shy of having three regular sodas and sweet tea, which I no longer plan to consume. Tonight at my Weight loss meeting it will officially be 21 days of forgoing soda. I … Continue reading The sugary drinks, the realized effects
As promised, I am going to write that follow up on the detrimental effects on Soda that have affected me for many years. In fact, many of those years I was in denial about quitting pop although several family and friends as well as medical professionals said it wasn't good for me. I continuously ignored … Continue reading The sugary drinks have been winding down the last few weeks and now I find more reason to give it up for Good
I wanted to write another blog post to follow up on my first report on getting my driver's license last week. I thought I would be worth explaining the struggle to get the permit alone, as it was a difficult task and as I was excited to just have a driver's license. This is because … Continue reading Before Learning to Drive, A Learner’s Permit was required, a struggle best describes it