To make the world work for 100% of humanity in the shortest possible time through spontaneous cooperation without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone.”
― Buckminster Fuller
To him whom much is given….
2020 was a challenging time for most people, but it also brought out the best in some of us.
Parenting is never easy. The pressure that society puts on parents and children is stressful. but when your child is #ActuallyAutistic that stress can be overwhelming, for your child and you. Especially in times of crisis. But it does not have to be. There is another way.
In these times of uncertainty, it is more than our gardens that need our love, attention, and tender loving care. Our children desperately need understanding, acceptance, unconditional love, and respect now more than ever.
In this time of crisis, when there is no school, when playgrounds are closed, and parents told not to arrange playdates, what is the single thing that your child needs most?
I have known I was different from the day I set foot in Missus Lanier’s first-grade classroom in Euston Elementary.