ABA Therapy or bust

Dawson was diagnosed with autism October 21st, 2015. Among several other notations on his diagnosis paperwork, the one that stood out most “requires a minimum of 15-20 hours a week intensive therapy.” Since then, I have been trying desperately to recieve those hours.  I just assumed that the therapy required for my sons success would… Continue reading ABA Therapy or bust

Too good to be true

The last six months have been good. Really good. Dawson and I are on the same wavelength. I get him. He gets me. He isn’t speaking, signing or using any form of communication-but somehow, we make it work.  A kiss means he wants something. I do a little guesswork and when I get it right,… Continue reading Too good to be true