I am a multimedia mom. Autism now guides my days. I was not interested in blogging. I was not interested in creating videos. My new world caring for my daughter with special needs has opened this unstoppable interest to share, discuss my ideas and realities. At some point, I want our life to be understood and respected.
As a parent, the decisions I make and made, need to be discussed, analyzed in future university courses. Employer training programs must include the input of parents — they will employ our offspring and their reactions to day to day business decision making is not part of their comfort zone —
What we survive with our kids/adults is unequal to anything parenting could bring to anyone’s life.
Our voices must not be drowned.
Our ideas, suggestions must not continue to be ignored.
Every blog entry. Every video I make. Every post I share. Every effort has the intention to make sure everyone realizes the success of our children/adults in the spectrum depends on what we do, what we allow, what we tolerate. We, the parents, facilitate and then we handle the over stimulation or meltdown at home.
We are survivors. We are caretakers. We love our children/adults.
Dear world… Listen to us – in any format we choose.
Parent… speak up, share your truth. Don’t wait.