Date: 03 Nov 2015 8:31 PM Title: Chapter 1
Thank you for writing this! I have a 35 y/o son who, I believe, has an undiagnosed mild case of Aspergers. My daughter first brought it up and she, I, and now he, having read up on this, all agree with it. When he was a baby, and a toddler, no doctor ever mentioned anything, but I always noticed that he was a bit different than other kids. Today, he funtions, holds jobs, but is still distant emotionally, and socially. I love my baby with all my heart and am very glad to see that others now have the awareness that I never had.
Date: 03 Nov 2015 4:12 AM Title: Chapter 1
What an amazing story!
I currently work at a school with a before and after school program, in my group is a smart little man with Asperger's. When ever he smiles it lights up the room!
Thank you for you hard work.
Date: 03 Nov 2015 2:04 AM Title: Chapter 1
Thank you for writing a story about Aspergers. My 11 year old son was diagnosed two years ago, right befor he stqrt d fourth grade. I had to fight for almost 5 years for them to consider a Spectrum diagnosis. My son is very high functioning, and in the "regular education" classrooms right now, but his IEP is still significantly lacking and he is failing all his subjects. His third grade teacher bullied him because he was different, even though he has had an IEP since first grade. She was negative and condescending. Spectrum disorders are some of the least understood, and almost best-kept secrets. They aren't new, but they were ignored for so long or labeled "retardation". Instead of helping these patients, they were locked away for years. Thank you.
Date: 02 Nov 2015 11:57 PM Title: Chapter 1
What an amazing story. Even if some of the situations maybe a little bit off from the actual. It shared the devotion of skilled health care providers and an intricate network necessary to build an understanding where fear and ignorance usually rules the mindset of outsiders.
I eagerly anticipate the future updates in the new year.