There as a boy around 12 years old being dropped off for an egg drop competition. He was excited. He showed me the contraption he made to make sure his egg does not break. I did this event with my scouts and it can be a lot of fun.
His mom as with him. As they were ready to receive him, she tells him “No meltdowns.”
Let that sink in. She told her autistic son not to have a meltdown. …
– Culture & Community –
- Nyle DiMarco Says the Point of ‘Deaf U’ Docuseries Is to ‘Show Deaf People Are Human’ | Entertainment Tonight
- ‘Deaf U’: Netflix Series Shows “Diversity And Layers” Of Deaf Experience – Deadline
- “Deaf U”: Deaf Culture On Display in Netflix Series | IndieWire
- My Father Died in a Genocide. The First Time I Saw Him Was On YouTube
- What Deaf People Can Teach Others About Virtual Communication
– Parenting –
- Fears for disabled youngsters facing double disadvantage – Third Force News
- Juvenile justice system can better serve children with autism | WSU Insider | Washington State University
- Autistic History: Tony Attwood | Fierce Autie
- Schools Aren’t Going to Reopen This Fall – The Atlantic
- Groundhog Day – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent.