Saturday, 13 October 2012
Shining a light on Atypical Autism & Aspergers
My little girl interacted with us , my boys interacted with themselves. journey into parenting turned on it's head as I sat with several mums finding out what to expect in my sons future . I was determined to take action to make sure he would not only be accepted in society but to arm him with the tools he would need to fit in . If that meant pretending to be normal then I would make him the best actor and applaud every performance to the last curtain!
When he was asked to give a desciption of who he had seen messing up the boys cloakroom his answe had us in fits of giggles as he said well it was a boy , wearing the same school uniform as this (pointing to his own) I did not know him so I did not ask him his name as you know you should not talk to strangers - well that narrowed it down - NOT!