MAY 2020 Families… We have lived and experienced a variety of realities. Much learning no doubt … moments of joy and confusion, all at the same time. My daughter, almost 12, with autism, now she is verbal – she shared her love for her grandmother and expressed her feelings recently,
I did it… I presented at the Tennessee Disability Mega Conference (May 24, 2019)! It was hard work preparing for this event… A lot of thought was put into organizing my presentation. I am not an entrepreneur yet, neither is Rainbow Mosho… but I am helping her now at almost
When in need of help… you seek it. How? At this point of time, there is no limit to the various sources of support many families, educators and therapists can find – particularly if your kid/teen/adult has a diagnosis. Yes, many of our children require various supports. Many of those
My daughter has a diagnosis… My daughter’s skills are considered to be limited… My daughter cannot interact with others… My daughter cannot do this or that… That’s what many consider will happen to an individual with a diagnosis or diverse abilities. I say… crapola to all of them… I choose
Thomais had a maginificent experience on October 20, 2018. She had her first discovery day as a vendor in a mainstream art show. She received her first lesson in entrepeneurship – creating, being her and receiving payment for her creativity. This is huge. The repercussions are many for all involved.