It’s how you handle things after they don’t turn out as you expected that really defines you.
I'm James Guttman, father of two children. One non-verbal with autism and one non stop verbal with attitude. New Posts: Every Monday and Wednesday
Author: James Guttman
Father of two children - one non-verbal with autism, one verbal without.
Something To Be Said For Non-Verbal Communication
If more people talked a little less, they might realize words are overrated.
How I Know I’ll Always Be Able To Help My Special Needs Son
He sees me as Superman. That makes me smile.
I Don’t Hide My Special Needs Child
Some phrases are weird to write.
I Got Ya, Little Man
My non-verbal son with autism makes me feel loved, important, and needed.
Experts On My Own Children: One Parent’s Take On Non-Verbal Autism
Life doesn’t come with an instruction manual. Be leery of anyone who claims they wrote one.
Showing My Non-Verbal Son The Beauty In The World
You never know what is missing until you find the piece that belongs there.
When Autism Was Still Our Secret
That’s how you find appreciation, rather than acceptance.
From Autism Awareness To Autism Acceptance To Autism Appreciation
Make people aware and accept, but show them reasons to appreciate autism.
Sending My Son To A Special Needs School
Am I failing him? Absolutely not.
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