Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Earlier this week Bryan and some of his classmates performed in a Bell Choir at a local nursing home. There were about a dozen young men each dressed in white button down shirts and wearing white gloves. Bryan has done this before, but last time they were just in their school uniform, this time the […]

Love, Party of Five!

Many, many years ago my cousins and I made a pact never to let anything come between us. In our family, there is my sister and me, then my 3 first cousins, all boys. We all live here in South Florida, not by accident, and the love and support we have for each other adds […]

Go Team!

The similarities between the approach I’ve taken to Alzheimer’s and my mom to Autism and Bryan are becoming more obvious. It’s interesting to me how much one good methodology can be applied to multiple situations. For years I have been saying that you need to harness the collective when it comes to raising a child […]

The noise in my head

If you know us and/or read my blog you know that Bryan is not a quiet kid. He talks loud, he will yell randomly and basically when he’s awake you hear him. I don’t really hear him anymore. I kind of notice more when I don’t hear him than when I do.  A few nights […]

Fearless

Autism is not easy to describe because it manifests differently in each person affected by it. Bryan’s autism consists of three major areas: communication, anxiety, and impulse control. I decided a few months ago that I was going to take the boys to LA for Spring Break, which was last week. Jason has wanted to […]