autism

Aging With Grace Is A Blessing Not Always A Requirement

By |July 24th, 2019|Family|0 Comments

Another year older and some would say another year wiser but hey we can’t all be perfect. 😉

I have been MIA the past 4 weeks. It has been a very trying time considering my 21-year-old son has decided to take on actions of younger children to teens. Since my daughter has been away in […]

Originally posted 2015-03-15 15:31:49.

Its a new year and what will it bring

By |July 22nd, 2019|Family|0 Comments

Well its now 2015, Yay! What that means, who knows. Will it be a good year for us and so many more, one could hope so. To start off the new year a very close family friend’s husband of 28 years passed away. He had been suffering from ALS. He passed on January 2, […]

Originally posted 2015-01-07 00:57:18.

The plot thickens

By |July 22nd, 2019|Family|0 Comments

Today I have really been on the edge and just really anxious. Why really not sure why. Been trying to handle all the above with seemingly none of the below. From the VA to the SSA it’s all been a fight to the finish line. Not to mention the insurance premium program that I […]

Originally posted 2014-12-12 21:36:07.

Killing time

By |July 22nd, 2019|Family|0 Comments

With it being so hot we found something for Dusty to do to stay busy. Plus an added benefit working on fine motor skills.Did you know there are lota of ways to work on their motor skills outside of a doctor’s office setting?
I guess this beats him sitting here just watching the ice machine.

Echo Clock

By |July 16th, 2019|Family|0 Comments

We all know I have memory issues… I mean there are times it seems I have to remind myself to pee, lolol

Wonder if this would be helpful for those of us that have memory issues or maybe for kids like Dusty.

Echo Wall Clock helps you stay organized and on time.Easy-to-read analog clock shows […]

Seizing Halloween

By |July 15th, 2019|Family|0 Comments

On the last day of the EEG testing and it had gone so well…but wait, there is more.
So the technician was scheduled to be here around 9am so I wake Dusty up at 8:30am so that he could take his medications and be ready when he got here. He gets up, uses the […]

Originally posted 2014-11-02 00:49:03.

In my thoughts

By |July 4th, 2019|Family|0 Comments

You know I have been thinking alot more since the passing of my mother, June 21 2018. I miss her so much. My son, Dusty, talks about her ALOT. It is hard to hear him talk about her. I mean it is good thoughts but it is painful to hear.

With me trying […]

June 8 2014

By |June 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

It is Sunday morning here in the Carter home. Daughter volunteered at a disabled/special needs baseball game on Saturday and well the rest of us were at home. We took the opportunity to literally do nothing. But that also means since nothing was done yesterday it has to be done today. Bad thing is […]

Originally posted 2014-06-08 17:29:26.

Helping Kids with Autism Understand Death

By |June 12th, 2019|Family|0 Comments

Death can be a hard one to explain to someone with austim. I know Dusty doesn’t quite understand what it means so when I found this article I thought I would share.

What do you think?

http://blog.stageslearning.com/blog/autism-helping-understanding-death

Originally posted 2018-08-16 09:20:03.

Stuck in limbo status

By |June 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Finally! I have someone going to bat for me. Thank Goodness because this is getting so frustrating. Plus when you get bills for $1900.00 for a hospital visit that resulted in nothing for you it gets even more frustrating. One of them has already gone into collections but what do you do? They call […]

Originally posted 2014-06-03 13:47:39.

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