Workability not Unusual….

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My husband and I enjoy going to the movies. At our local Regal Theater there is an employee that gives me hope for situations such as this to not be unusual. The girl collecting tickets at the entrance to the … Continued

Welcome to a New Decade

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So, we are a month into the new year. It’s a good time to stop and think about what we had hoped to be doing (maybe a resolution, maybe just a hope for time to do something) and to reflect, … Continued

Holidays

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Holidays can be challenging to children, teens and adults with autism as there are many changes in routine as well as many more people to meet/see. Add travel and you have even more stressors. It doesn’t mean that you avoid … Continued

Inclusion………

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Hi, this video that showed on Upworthy.com is really what inclusion is all about. Posting for those who have asked to share…My middle son, Isaac, is severely intellectually disabled and rarely gets to participate in the same activities as his … Continued

A new school year begins….

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It’s that time of year….the flexibility of summer is coming to it’s end and time for the routines of school to usher in. For some on the spectrum, the summer, with it’s lax in timelines and routines can be more … Continued

On my Own

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After closing CASE, Inc. I wasn’t ready to launch on my own. I enjoyed working with my partners at TRIO Consultants but it was time for each to go their own way, experiencing other ways to contribute to those with … Continued

To be a warrior

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To be a warrior is to learn to be genuine in every moment of your life. September 13, 2017by Dr. Cynthia Norall I’ve been told that many are wondering what I’ve been up to since October, 2016. Along with this … Continued