September 30 2007 Autism Spectrum Disorders Newsletter
September is coming to a close and already October is here. It sure seems like time is passing us by. One of the kitten's that was born under our house in April broke its leg so Nicholas and I had to take it to an Animal Hospital. The options were surgery or amputate the leg. Luckily I hefty bill.
Nicholas was so upset over this and not wanting to put the kitten to sleep or adopt it out through an organization that would have paid for the surgery _ Actors and Others.
I was very worried with his being homeschooled now and having no contact with other kids that this would set him over the edge and into some depression or who knows, but now he seems very stressed out over the attention that this kitten needs. Matthew is adjusting well to this kitten with the red and white bandage hobbling around. Junior seems to have added some spark to his disposition.
There is a site that I have been checking out and hope to help other families out - http://www.wishuponahero.com You post a wish and people grant them. I have seen some families with a child on the spectrum post and have posted comments telling families where resources are. It is good to help out others even when we are barely making it.
MEDIA REMINDER - Larry King on CNN tonight at 9 pm is repeating the Jenny McCarthy show with Holly Robinson Peete and Dr. Jerry Kartzinel.
If you have a website that pertains to autism products please let me know so I can check it out and give you a plug and look into purchasing items for the holidays.
Any homeschooling families feel free to contact me and let me know of the pros and cons so I can add those to mine for a future article and any sites you utilize.
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Autism and Educational Toys at Kidscope Toys
Reviewing educational products purchased at Kidscope Toys that are geared to the autism community and good for home therapy sessions.
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