I love content writing and am always inspired by my son’s real-life experiences. I’m continually thinking of ideas and new ways to help improve his life. There’s a lot of topics that I want to write about and am eager to express my opinions on. So, let me explain a little more...
When my son is busy focusing on a task or going out somewhere, and then we have to move onto another thing, he finds this transition difficult. If he feels like he hasn't completed a task, this will bother him and play on his mind for the rest of the day.
As parents, we worry about our children. This intensifies when your child is autistic. Parenting is both hard work and rewarding at the same time.
Well, my son has always struggled with brushing his teeth. When he was younger, I had to brush his teeth, and he would scream the place down. It was almost like the toothpaste was burning his mouth. Every morning was a struggle. It was only from speaking to his Occupational Therapist I then realized that my son was sensory avoiding.
As a parent of a child on the Autism Spectrum, there are so many topics that I could discuss, from the struggles with understanding social interaction and communication, receptive and expressive language delay, autism in schools, employment, repetitive behaviours…the list goes on. I have decided to take a different approach. I would like to start this week off with highlighting the positive traits.