Author: Melody

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ASD Adults Living in England

Source: NHS Information Centre Using the recommended threshold of a score of 10 or more on the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, 1.0 percent of the adult population had ASD. Published childhood population studies show the...

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Heart of the Matter

Okay. That title seems a bit strange to me, but it really seems to describe how I feel today, this week. My oldest, more affected, son started Kindergarten this school year. We’re in the middle...

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Growing Up and Letting Go

I’ve spoken of change being the Achilles’ Heel of Autism. I’ve spoken of my kids and fighting for their inclusion and school. After all of that, I know what I’m going through is probably pretty...

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The Movie, ‘Adam’

After a day to digest the movie, I’ve decided to write a review of it. This is my point of view of the movie. It also has a great deal of spoilers in it. I...

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Growing into Adulthood

I know I usually try to keep things parenting based in most forms. Today, I’m not because it happens to be my birthday. I’m now 27 yrs old which is no big deal, but I...

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ASDs parenting ASD kids

I was going to do a rant, but got interrupted. Luckily, it gave me some time for reflection and I’ve decided to turn away from being a rant. This is a response to Sarah’s New...

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FHC: Carol Kranowitz

I rather apologize for the absence of writing blog posts. I am writing up the other three portions of the conference, but want to make sure I have time to sit down and write from...

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FHC – Jed Baker

This was the person I had no preconceived notions about. I had no idea who he was let alone what he would have to offer. Imagine my surprise when I was blown away by his...

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Having more children, Part 1

Just to preface, in case my husband reads this, I apologize for discussing this on the blog. I’m sure you will understand, but I do want to apologize. My husband and I have decided in...