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The “Blessing” of Autism: Absconding and Playing on the Street

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I have a six-year-old son with severe autism. My son has been a huge blessing in my life – he has taught me many lessons which have helped me be a better parent and a better person. I don’t, however, … Continue reading

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Regressive Autism and Wandering: “I Feel For You”

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As I sprinted down the street, my neighbor looked at me from over her shoulder. She could hear me huffing and puffing before she saw me. As I neared her, she slowed her pace. I’m sure I was a sight– … Continue reading

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“He is Magical” – The Tragedy of Autism and Wandering

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[Editor’s Note:  Below you will find a very personal but informative guest blog from Sarah Carrasco on the issue of wandering in our children with autism.  Please read the very practical, helpful and important steps you can take to protect your family if you care for … Continue reading

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