Parenting a special needs child is the hardest thing most of us will ever do. It’s not close. With us always is the sense of the roadblock; the belief that no matter what, eventually, we’re going to run into it.
A woman once asked my wife, if we knew then what we know now about our severely autistic son Aidan, would we still have gone through with it. It of course being him. The answer to that question for most emotionally healthy people, is of course, yes. The woman didn’t really know any better, I … More Gracist
Fast forward to today, our journey continues. … More Our Story: Part 5, The end..and the beginning.
Lessons from an adult success who was a childhood disaster. … More What’s Wrong With Your Good Kid?
The life you so feared is yours to live. The bottom is where it starts. But it’s not where it ends. … More The Bottom
Post diagnosis, a return home from war and the long journey begins. … More Our Story: Part 4
The minutes hours and days after a diagnosis at home and from halfway around the world. … More Our Story: Part 3