Understanding Daniel: Accommodations for a Struggling Middle Schooler
A middle schooler with brain differences, a school that fails to understand him, and parents who advocate for life-changing accommodations.
The Real Reason Traditional Parenting Spaces Don’t Resonate With Your Experience
It has everything to do with society failing to recognize that children on the neurodiversity spectrum need a different type of parenting.
8 Things I Wish My School Knew About Me
A list of 8 things a neurodiverse student might wish their teachers and school staff knew about them at the start of a new school year.
Disclosure: A Path to Understanding
When my “neurotypical” son was in kindergarten, he began to verbalize observations about how his sister, who lives with FAS (and is 15...
Back to School: Tips for the Transition
There are things you can do as a parent, right now, to begin building a new foundation of collaboration with your child's teacher, with