Autism Acceptance, not Awareness

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Annie states it better than I, this appeared in the 4/18/21 SD Union Tribune Celebrate, don’t solve autism spectrum disorderBy Annie RenasA pril is Autism Awareness Month. My celebration has been different this year, and yours should be, too.The earliest … Continued

Almost Summer!

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It’s mid April. Spring Breaks are over, we are looking at a finish line for an incredible school year. A few districts are going back to in person for the last 8 weeks of school. Many students opted to stay … Continued

Spring is Around the Corner!

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As we are getting close to the one year mark of school closures, I thought I would look for something hopeful to write about. We are looking at possible school re-openings (for those not already hybrid or opened) by April. … Continued

Mele Kalikimaka!

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It’s not the holiday season we thought it would be. Many are struggling whether it’s financially or socially just hanging on. And yet there are bright spots to the year. We’ve all slowed down a little. We’ve learned to enjoy … Continued

Grateful

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On this week as we head into the Thanksgiving holiday I am feeling grateful. Yes, it’s been a crazy year. And there is a lot to be concerned about as we head into the holiday season. However, there is a … Continued

Changing Seasons

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In Southern California we don’t really have seasons, or do we? The brisk winds come, waves grow bigger, and the time changes. These are a few of the ways we mark a new season in Carlsbad. We also have leaves, … Continued

Adjusting to a Virtual World….

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All right, it’s time to remember to keep humor in our lives with virtual learning/meetings. Above is Max, whose “human” found this picture on his phone, taken by his two year old daughter who seems to be taking up photography. … Continued