What is Your Philosophy of Special Needs?

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We Blossomvillers believe diagnoses are important but irrelevant when it comes to challenges, therapies and treatments, views and philosophies. Despite what the labels may say, our journeys are similar and have a lot to learn from each other.

That’s why we recommend Kacie Buzzard’s “My Philosophy of Autism”. A few highlights:

  • I never anticipated that autism would be part of my life’s journey but I love my tour guide.
  • Caroline’s happiness is not enough, she deserves to feel accomplished and challenged by things in life beyond her autism.
  • Autism is a family condition in that it impacts every member of the family.
  • She is my hero, not because she has autism but because of how she handles it – with a smile of her face and a joke on her Novachat.

Read full article here: http://failure2thrive.com/2015/…/10/my-philosophy-of-autism/