My blog has become dedicated to advocating for children on the autism spectrum. In my experience, the biggest source of discrimination against my child has been at private daycare centers.
And of course, the one and only time I ever wanted to find a bathroom with a hand dryer in it, there wasn’t one.
I’m sure many of my fellow moms are having anxiety about what summer will bring.
So one morning in May, she woke up and searched for her iPad. But instead, she got a note from Santa’s Elf that they had taken it away. (Yes, I blamed the elves for her missing tablet).
All I do is work my ass off to help my child behave in a socially acceptable way that is barely passing.
This is what it is like to use pharma interventions. As much as people want to act like it is some easy way out or cop out, it brings a whole other level of issues.