Q: My son, who is 7 years old with ASD level-1 and Adjustment Disorder with anxiety, was tested at school for his IQ and his scores in the different areas were pretty widely ranged. He scored very high in spatial Read full post »
I remember telling Dr. Cowan when he gave us the diagnosis that it felt as if we’d been inducted into a club to which we did not want to belong. I’d have given my right arm not to be told she had a serious neuro-developmental disorder. That was 18 years ago when we talked about “cure” in the small circle of parents and providers living with and serving children with autism.
Seattle Children’s offered no services other than diagnostic evaluation and did not yet endorse ABA. There were only a handful of ABA providers in the state and insurance didn’t’ cover it so parents took out second mortgages, held fundraisers, went into debt Read full post »
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