Boy Scout Bowling with an Autism Twist

happy Nathan bowling

In 2012 a Boy Scout Troop in Texas invited a boy with autism to their weekly activity. Nathan Anderson has low-functioning autism and had never attended a scout activity before. The Scouts found out that he liked bowling and the activity evolved into bowling the scouts over. The activity was HUGE hit for Nathan, his…

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Normal for Me Book Trailer

Normal for Me book trailer

I am excited to share with you my Normal for Me book trailer!!! After two of my sons were diagnosed with autism I really struggled to accept the diagnosis. Normal for Me shares my journey from grief to peace with God’s help. Normal for Me is available on Amazon

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Top 10 Worries of Parents of Autistic Children

father walking with daughter autism awareness

With April being Autism Awareness month, I thought I’d share the top 10 worries of parents of autistic childrenĀ (both high and low functioning). 1. Deciphering physical needs Understanding their physical needs–especially if they are non-verbal or minimally verbal is complicated. Will I know if he has a headache, a toothache, or how he feels when…

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