The best advice I can give is to recommend that you make sure you understand how any particular treatment is meant to work. If a treatment doesn’t make sense, sounds like a fad diet or sounds too good to be true, ask for clarification and evidence of it's effectiveness and don’t be afraid to do some research on it yourself. Don't sign up to or pay for anything until you have looked into it further.
Just a friendly reminder from your friends here at http://www.MyPuzzlingPiece.Com that this weekend we will celebrating* a “SuperMoon.” Yup. It’s baaaaaaaaack. Sure, laugh at me. Call me a lunatic (which […]
There is a lot of discussion out there about ABA Therapy. I often get asked my views on it and whether or not we used it with Emelie. Both of those questions lead to some complicated answers. So, I thought, I’d address it and spend more time on it.
Originally posted on Emelie's Voice:
Parenting is exhausting. No one ever questions that. You pour yourself into these little beings hoping and praying you are doing everything right for…
Cassius & Portia Go to the Museum: An Adventure in Space, Twirls, Paint & Music (Part 2) And, last but not least, the highlight of our trip. Close your eyes… […]
On Minecraft & Mommihood “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” said no Mom before, ever, in regards to any sort of video game. I’m about to change that. A […]
“Inside my body while I’m freaking Out”: A Follow-up Article on Last Weeks Meltdown & Another Life Lesson brought to us by the Letter “C” Okay, so I was wrong: […]
Originally posted on THE TERRY TUTORS BLOG:
One of the most common concerns I hear from parents who are considering testing their child for learning differences is the fear of…
Originally posted on A Post-Structural Autistic:
One of the best parts of working at an Autistic-friendly organization is that I can take quick minute or two stim breaks when I…
Originally posted on Julie Roberts Towe:
I could tell you the whole truth about me, at least, all of it I have come to terms with and understand. I could…