On some of my past posts, I mentioned that my son has autism. And I may have said a thing or two about my personal experiences, but haven’t really posted something that gives you
Photo by Kelli Tungay on Unsplash Hey, y’all! I’m just happy to tell everyone that it’s been months since we’ve decided to send our son, Matt, to school again. Unlike before, he’s now excited to come to
This is good news! I just saw a Facebook post about a news release from PhilHealth about the introduction of benefit packages, specifically for children with disabilities. Now that’s what I’m talking about! Pagbigyan,
As parents, we can’t help but worry about our kids getting bullied. We all know that bullying is even more widespread these times and it’s even more unimaginable if it happens to our own
Here’s another one of the many drawings my son made (He just can’t get enough of the Big Ben!) Most often, I see him just doodling but I always get surprised of the outcome.
Alright, I get it. I know it’s hard to not know what to say (or how to react) when I say my son has autism. Not your fault and I know you don’t mean