You should definitely go and read the rest of this post. This mother’s list is so well thought out and I hope that whoever is working with her daughter, really looks at it properly and takes it on board. It’s not just another piece of paper to read, it could make the difference for this child, with an ASD, and how she views herself in this world.
Each school year I am faced with starting over with a new set of teachers. The convincing and assuring that, yes indeed my girl does have a disability. Yes she looks “fine”, yes she is a funny and engaging girl. To give staff a perspective, I usually email her team this page….a worthy repeat. My Ten things Inspired by a piece written by Ellen Notbohm, Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew, I have decided to also share the Ten t … Read More