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🧩💙Nasser, eu já nem sei mais quem dessensibilizou quem... quem condicionou quem... quem criou vínculo com quem. Viramos um bolo só! Por vc eu tenho, além de um carinho enorme, muita gratidão e saudades sempre! Obrigada por SEMPRE me receber com tanto AMOR em sua vida! Lá se vão 11 anos e eu não poderia comemorar a minha Páscoa de melhor maneira: doando e recebendo!💙🧩 #autism#autismo#tea#asd#autismspectrumdisorder#opne#odontologiaespecial#specialcaredentistry
1 382 hours ago
Ez’s Easter egg hunt🐰
This is the second year in a row that I’ve not worked during Easter and have been able to share it with Ez, his dad and grandparents. He spent a couple of hours overall doing the hunt, having a spa and trashing Nan’s office because he loves to throw paper and receipts everywhere. This was followed by a request to drive around certain streets in town before going home (This is common at the moment, he literally requests the streets and I figure it’s worth doing if it means he doesn’t have a meltdown in the garage.) I think he was happy to chill at home with his iPad and supermarket toys/ shelves after the excitement and chocolate overload. There was an incident where he pulled the polystyrene out of Coles Mini toys in his room and crushed it all up whilst I cooked dinner 😂 He also didn’t feel like chicken and vegetables so after all the effort, he had chicken noodles. Ez wanted yet another drive after dinner, he asked by saying “sleep in the car.” So, I took him for a highway drive until he fell asleep 😴 .
Easter for us may be different than how I had imagined it would be, but we are finding ways to make it special for Ez. #easter#easterbasket#easteregg#easteregghunt#autismo#autismawareness#asd#autismspectrumdisorder#specialneeds#adhd#sensoryprocessingdisorder
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Seasonal reflections as I leave behind the space between Easter stories.
Death makes room. A tomb? Hope lost. So painful. Heart broken. Buried. Death makes room. A space between stories. The old story. The old stories. Chapter closing. Characters leaving. Plot changing. It’s a space that’s unknown, uncomfortable, uncharted, uncertain. A room of unbecoming, unknowing darkness.
Death makes room. A womb? Seeds sown. Soul stirred. Whispers of hope heard. Death makes room. A space between stories. The new story. The new stories. Chapter beginning. Characters arriving. Plot changing. A room of becoming and knowing. Darkness becomes more friend than foe.
A glint of light appears as a tombstone begins to roll, as sapling emerges from soil.
The invitation of a lighter life beckons. The ill-fitting grave clothes of the old story left behind like the case of a seed. Who I thought I was. Who I thought I should be. Limiting beliefs, old ways, fears and false truths.
Death makes room. For life. Love, Compassion and Patience are the hosts, the balm for the fatal wounds. They nourish boldly and gently. They know they care for treasure. They know they care for divine DNA, transformed and making itself slowly and most beautifully at home.
Even between each moment there is space. A space between the stories of the moment before and the moment to come. Space to pause. Space to live momentarily between stories ... and choose resurrection.
With the UK enjoying some freak sunny weather for Easter we decided to risk something different today and take Jude to a family BBQ. He was amazing... He started with waiting patiently in the car for 15 minutes for my parents to be ready, to a 90 minute drive where he smiled and flapped all the way.
When we arrived he settled in the living room with his iPad, whilst we set up a paddling pool for him outside.
10 minutes later he ventured outside to explore, spotted the pool and immediately started to strip off 😂
Here he spent the next half hour splashing away, all the while with one eye on the bbq, watching the food being cooked.
As soon as the first plate was ready he was out of the pool and around the table seeing what he could grab 😁
My once incredibly fussy eater, ate chicken, sausage, potatoes, bread, and haloumi cheese 😮 He also picked up and sniffed or licked every other item of food that he didn’t recognise to see if he liked it.
And that’s pretty much how the day went. Alternating between the paddling pool, his iPad in the living room, and devouring any food he could find.
But the most amazing thing was how relaxed Jude was throughout. As you can see in the pic he sat at the table for his lunch. What you can’t see is the 5 other people sitting with him.
He never once got upset, and the one time he got a tiny bit stressed, he led me upstairs, spotted the bathroom, and had a bath to calm down 🙌🏻 Life has been pretty isolating over the last 6-7 years, but gradually (with Jude at least) I’m becoming able to attend a few family get together in the right setting.
Which not only is a chance for Jude to do something different, have happy new experiences, but also makes a HUGE difference to my life.
It means I get to spend time with the people I love, be social, all the while knowing Jude is fine. I can’t wait to do this more often.
Happy Easter everyone 🐣 ❤️
102 1,0623 hours ago
How do you start your day?
For me, I always begin with a little meditation. It allows me to be still, to get in touch with what I need for me, and it stops my constant thoughts 💭 🌪💥 It’s the first step of my three au-mazing morning mindset moves that sets me up for ultimate SUCCESS and allows me to achieve the results I want on the daily 💪🏾✨ Check out my latest blog post to learn how I use meditation, and my other two secret morning mindset moves that get me ignited 🔥🔥 and focused on creating the best day possible so YOU can too!
Happy Easter🐰🥚. I hope you have a nice day😁. Laré had a meltdown because the day was not routine and tomorrow is my son's birthday 1️⃣7️⃣🎉🎈
😶that was too much for her🤨. But now everything is fine and we were in the park playing with bee😊. Yes ups and downs are normal 😉
Listen, friends, I know today is tough for you.
I know you have probably seen kids the same chronological age as your child with autism who are doing things your child is even close to doing.
Take a deep breath.
Look at your child's progress from last year and rest in the fact that even slow progress is still progress.
Your child is amazing.
Your holiday may look different from others but it's what makes your family unique.
You do what's best for your family.
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1 235 hours ago
This is my youngest daughter Nora she is #Autistic but she is amazing. She is known as #PDD -NOS stands for Pervasive Developmental Disorder–Not Otherwise Specified. ... And people with PDD-NOSeither had autism or something new called Social Communication Disorder (SCD). Nora is an amazing girl. She smiles most of the time. I call her my sunshine girl. She tries to always look on the bright side of things. Nora functions very well but she can become very overwhelmed and she needs to rock or stem. Most people can't tell she has #autism . Which can make it difficult dealing with people who say she doesn't seem autistic. (Which irritates the hell out of me. When people say that. ) Nora is wonderful, happy and so kind. She tries to help me as much as she can no Matter how much I tell her I want her to just enjoy being a kid. She sometimes acts as a shadow to people she is fond of. She enjoys helping. She doesn't like to be hugged unless she can brace for it. She needs her headphones and music on the bus. She will rock sometimes on the bus. When she doesn't have her music or head phones on or near she can be agitated. She doesn't like loud sounds like kids on the school bus or many people talking at once. #autism#autismmom#autismawareness#autismawarenessmonth#autismspectrum#autismspectrumdisorder
🔸️One year with an autism diagnosis! 🎉🔸️
It is now one year since I got diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. I had suspected it and studied autism since nine months and the tests and interviews took about four months. I was very relieved when I finally got the diagnosis.
I had felt like an alien my whole life and it was wonderful to finally get an explanation.
I actually read a whole book about aspergers some years ago and read the criteria multiple times, but I am not a ‘classic asperger man’, so I did not suspect it until reading up on autism in girls.
I guess the reaction may be very different if you get diagnosed as a child or teen, but most diagnosed adults I have talked to seem to feel relieved.
Getting a proper diagnosis matters!
Ps. The reactions in the meme are not from my life per se, OK? 🙂 It’s a meme!
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36 44413 April, 2019
Today is such a special day to me because it’s a celebration of all things autism💙! Children with autism have beautiful and brilliant minds and I feel so blessed to do the work I do. Constantly surprising me and opening up my mind to new and unique perspectives. How are you celebrating autism today?! Leave a comment below--- I’d love to hear from you 😊
Check out Samuel (@miraclemann17) doing work in OT 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 He has skeletal dysplasia. I love seeing skills (big or small) being learned, so I love all occupational and physical therapy videos 😂 Go follow his journey ✅