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Editor’s Note: Many of you have asked me if I have heard anything from Monkey Joe’s in regards to the posts that I wrote detailing my family’s experience there. I have. The Director of Operations in the corporate office of … Continue reading
Breathe, Aimee. This is a kid you’re talking to here. You’re a teacher, educate the boy. Deep breath. And… “Autism is a developmental disability. It’s not like a physical disability. You can’t see autism, but having it makes little everyday … Continue reading
I couldn’t turn back. Who could, really? Who could honestly look into all of their children’s starry-eyed, chocolate-brown stares and say, “We’re leaving,” while maintaining their own humanity? Not me. Not this time. Hopeful, I took the plunge with them. Bounce … Continue reading