These out-of-sync moments are nothing to hide or be ashamed of.
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
Balancing Love and Health: The Struggles of Parenting a Non-Verbal Foodie
As soon as he started requesting things, I wanted to give him the world.
My Son’s Autism Advocate Makes Mistakes
I’ve always done right by my boy even when I haven’t always done right by me.
Finding My Child With Autism’s Masterpiece
He doesn’t know the options that life has for him, but I do.
Ask Me Questions About My Non-Verbal Child With Autism
I want you to understand him. He’s one of the two most important people in my life. Ask me.
Before You Know If It’s Autism
It’s how you handle things after they don’t turn out as you expected that really defines you.
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.
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