Monthly Archives: August 2013

Humor in the IEP Process

It is IEP season in our home. We have meetings, conferences and Functional Behavioral Assessments. This is a stressful season for me. Today, I saw this on Facebook. I think I will be using this technique to deal with the … Continue reading

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Everyone is Whole and Beautiful!

I just read Schizophrenia Revealed: Accepting Uncle Leopold at “A Quiet Week in the House”. It is a bittersweet and uplifting story. It is beautifully written. As the daughter of a paranoid schizophrenic (my father) and the mother of an … Continue reading

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Defining Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome as a Mental Illness

Recently, the mother of 23-year old Paul Corby received a letter from the Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania’s transplant team. Her son has a congenital heart disorder which leaves his heart unable to pump blood as efficiently as required. … Continue reading

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