Aaron Sheldon and his son, Harry, offer five tips to help kids with autism cope with a change in routine in a “Dads Change” video.
A simple “I love you” from their son with autism required weeks of practice at bedtime. The results, though, melted everyone’s hearts.
“Normal” gives a statistical concept an inappropriate emotional connotation. I don’t want that burden placed on my little girl with her cleft lip and palate
Although brain damage from Fetal Alcohol Syndrome left him clumsy and afraid to ride a bike, my special-needs son proved to be a runner … and a leader.