Keep on Truckin’

E was difficult to assess, not in the official autism assessment, but all the others leading up to it. We would get into an office full of toys that didn't need to be shared, with two adults who's sole focus was him and, shockingly, his behaviour was perfect. On one hand this makes me smile... Continue Reading →

Senior Executive Assistant to the CEO

Those who know me are shocked. But Jenny, how did you get such a prestigious position without a university degree? Well, this CEO is fairly new in his field, I was at the right place at the right time, and DNA tests have confirmed that I am biologically constructed for the position. Also, this particular CEO... Continue Reading →

How did you know?

I often struggle with the choice of whether to mention that my son has ASD or not. On one hand, it can help explain some of his behaviour, but on the other hand I want him to be treated as equally as possible. Of course i tell anyone who works with him - teachers, therapists,... Continue Reading →

My Sweet Little Dementor

When E was a baby, he was really easy going, I could take him anywhere and seemingly push him past other babies’ limits. That is, he was really easy going until he wasn’t, until he’d had it and start screaming. And I am not talking about some mewing newborn who’s cry is “so cute I could eat... Continue Reading →

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