Category Archives: Diagnosis

Full Disclosure – Revisited

A few months ago, I wrote series of posts on the topic of disclosure of our children’s diagnoses of ASDs to themselves, their schools, and others. I advocated for full disclosure to our children, at the level they can understand. … Continue reading

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Full Disclosure – Part I: The Kids

I know many parents of children on the spectrum that struggle over when they should tell their child that they have an ASD. I’ve never considered anything other than full disclosure at the earliest appropriate time. My motivation for this … Continue reading

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The Language of Autism – A Rant

Language provides us the means to communicate ideas, build and share a common vision, and grow and expand our knowledge and understanding. It can also limit our ability to do all these things. Continue reading

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