People can judge me for the choices I have made for my son – I don’t care! From being his biggest and strongest advocate to that first train ride, other’s opinions of me don’t make me or break me, why? People are going to criticize anyway. Isn’t that what this society is made of? Judging […]
Learning Through My Son With Asperger’s
Although I have been a teacher for many years now and have a few special education courses under my belt, I truly believe NOTHING prepares you more than “hands on” experience. I have been receiving that hands on experience for eleven years now and would not have it any other way. This direct experience in […]
The Best Advocate For My Public School Child!
Three weeks into school and as a parent and teacher I have been pretty busy. My son who has ADHD and in 4th grade had had me a nervous wreck. Why? Well, I am back in the classroom after a leave of absence in January and I am not as accessible as I was when […]