Best aspects of being Autistic

April is National Autism Acceptance and Awareness Month! Personally, I learned being Autistic when I was in 6th grade, even though I was diagnosed with autism about the age of two. My family and I were at a family’s friend house one day, and we watched Dr. Temple Grandin’s HBO documentary film. After the film,Continue reading “Best aspects of being Autistic”

One year in the sunshine state!

Today is a special day! My family and I have been living in Florida for a year now. We arrived in Florida exactly a year ago on this date, and it was spring break for the schools during the time. When we arrived, we moved into a rental apartment complex that we ended up livingContinue reading “One year in the sunshine state!”

New year, New start!

Can’t you believe it is 2022? The picture I posted demonstrates a new chapter in life. My family and I are beginning the new year in our new home, here in Florida! We are only a couple months away from being one year since living in Florida, after growing up in New Jersey for twentyContinue reading “New year, New start!”

My reflection of 2021

How was 2021 for you? For me, I’ve experienced so much more this year than I’ve had before. I went through a really big change with my family. My family and I moved from New Jersey after growing up there for twenty years to Florida. It was hard saying goodbye to so many memories inContinue reading “My reflection of 2021”

Holiday Tips 2021

Do you enjoy the holiday season? The holidays can be a great time for families. Although, it can be stressful for individuals on the autism spectrum. Here are some tips to help an individual with ASD get through the holidays: When traveling for the holidays, always be prepared with favorite things. It can be favoriteContinue reading “Holiday Tips 2021”

Throwback Tuesday

Do you the like feeling when your former work or company still remembers you? I’m kicking off the end of this month with a throwback Tuesday blog story! Last Tuesday, I received this picture of me from a previous co-paraprofessional who I worked with in the same classroom in NJ. At the end of lastContinue reading “Throwback Tuesday”

Thanksgiving 2021

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Many people love thanksgiving for all of the fun activities with family and eating lots of great food, such as turkey and gravy. As for me, I always enjoyed being with my family and cousins. Although, this holiday can be challenging for individuals on the autism spectrum. Here areContinue reading “Thanksgiving 2021”

Update with new home in FL

Back in March of this year, my family and I moved to Florida. Our house was building since March. After living in a rental apartment for more than seven months, closing day was 2 days before Halloween. We officially moved into our new home on Friday, November 5th. Here is my family’s brand new houseContinue reading “Update with new home in FL”

Halloween 2021

It looks like Halloween will be happening in person this year! We all know that Halloween is a fun holiday of dressing up in costumes and getting candy from going to peoples’ houses while trick or treating. Although, Halloween can be stressful sometimes for people with autism. How can you help a person with autismContinue reading “Halloween 2021”