She was a new kid on the block at a small school in rural America. Her Grandpa took her to her 2nd grade class on the first day. Mom was sick in the hospital. She didn't know with what but whatever it was, it was for the long haul. A couple of months to be exact but to an 8 year old for whom routine was paramount, a day was too long.
Hi the dwp woman is coming on thursday I rang and asked her if she could come another day as my son would be at school between 9 and 11 she said she could come before 8and 8.30 I said it would upset his routine but she said it was important but to him getting to school on time is important she said he could go late I said ok but now I am worried my son will be even more stressed as he will not want to go late can i ring and make another time that hopefully suit he just gets so anxious even when family members come he sits upstairs any one rang back are will they wonder what I am playing at
Hi I have not posted for a long time but could do with some advice you helped me once before and I was so grateful for that my son has Dla but he will be 16 in Feb 2017 and has to apply for pip have heard a lot about this and I find it very stressful my son will also I have filled the slip for me to be his appointee we have a woman coming out on Thursday to chat to my son he is saying he will not chat with her not sure what to do I understand that she just wants to ask him if he is ok with me doing this for him but he does not like to talk face to face any help thank you .
I'm Gabriella and I work at Ambitious about Autism. I thought you might be interested to read a daily summary of autism in the media. I'll post in this thread most Monday-Fridays.
Emily Colson talks about the trials and triumphs she's experienced in raising her autistic son, Max.
Her father, author Chuck Colson (now deceased), joins the conversation to discuss the lessons they've learned from Max which underscore the sanctity of all human life.
The Guardian contained an article today on the emerging pool of undiagnosed mothers who are identifying with their diagnosed children and seeing similarities in themselves. I know we have had a few instances on the forum with mothers (and fathers) feeling that they too could be on the spectrum.
You can read the article here.
I have written a little text about how I experience loneliness in general and during Christmas time in particular. Check it out if you like:
How does everyone feel during this particularly busy time of year?