Autism: Small Miracles Day By Day

An Excerpt From The eBook: Small Miracles Day By Day A guide for parents of individuals with low functioning autism A Note to the Reader If you are reading this book, I assume you are one of us – a parent of a low functioning autistic child. (Or maybe you have several autistic children, like more and more people I’ve come to know.) We understand each other like nobody else can. Who else but we understand what it means to live with a child who is still in diapers at the age of six, eight, ten and even older, and even after she is toilet trained, is still having accidents? Who else but we can know what It’s like to be happy that our child is only tearing the newspapers and getting the shredded paper all over the house, because at least he’s not breaking the window? We all know the never-ending pain – the anger, frustration, and even depression we feel, living in the unfair world we do. A world where so much of the public school special ed system is more concerned with their budget, and making their life as easy as possible, than they are about doing what is best for our children. A world where the government services are not nearly enough, and even when we have the budget, we can’t find the people to...

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