December 2, 2019

Holidays can be a trying time when you have an autistic child. Holiday season is full of sensory overload with the crowded stores with long lines, loud and blaring holiday music, blinking holiday lights, and travelling. I sometimes get overwhelmed myself and frustrated with all that goes with the holidays. However, my Autistic son is

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November 4, 2019

So this year, I took both of my sons trick-or-treating to the mall. This was the first year I had ever done this and I was excited yet anxious too. Actually, I was partly dreading it because I didn’t know how Trey, my Autistic son, would act. However, I tried to be open-minded, and hoped

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October 28, 2019

Recently, I caught up with illest autist, who is a behavior interventionist, consultant, and creator of his own method of autistic engagement. He is from Canada and has trained the government of Canada so that their citizens can have autism supports funded by the government. He is the author, artist, and musician. He has Autism

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October 8, 2019

Autism Society of NC has chapter meetings in Durham once a month and I recently attended one last month. The topic of the meeting was Preventing Challenging Behaviors. What attracted me to this meeting was not only the topic but the fact that the speaker at this meeting was a BCBA. A BCBA is a

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September 23, 2019

Just to give you a quick update, I have been using CBD oil on my son, who has Autism, for a month now. The brand I am using is by Koi full spectrum CBD oil (250 mg) and I put a dropper size under his tongue every morning before school. So far, the only difference I

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