Saturday June 12, 2021 is one memorable day. The community of Hendersonville said yes, yes, yes to Rainbow Mosho. Families joined Rainbow Mosho and enjoyed the reading of her second book – Rainbow Rabbit Meets  Oracle the Alphabet Creature. It was incredible. It was majestic. Yes, a 13 year oldContinue Reading

Our life is a whirlwind and we don’t have time to waste. Rainbow keeps creating and she understands all the hard work has a purpose. Rainbow has incredible skills and we are prioritizing those. The challenges of the diagnosis of autism and now puberty will not take control of whatContinue Reading

Borderless Arts TN always has wonderful projects to expose teens and adults with disabilities to art – in many forms. IFC is an organization that promotes the use of cloth/fabric to share art. This is Rainbow’s  second opportunity to  create art for Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky. The themeContinue Reading

MARCH 2021 I’ve known Thomais from the time she was a year old. At that time, she seemed to be meeting developmental targets. Then, it all changed. After multiple evaluations she was diagnosed with autism. Ever since her mother has made it her mission to ensure that Thomais has accessContinue Reading

We wrote a book to share a variety of experiences during these bizarre times we now live. As a parent, I was not going to be at peace complaining about the difficulties and uncertainty. I became an instigator of proactiveness, realizing we all needed to acknowledge and accept our emotions.Continue Reading