Suggested By Our World And Autism, A Blog About Raising My Autistic Son, Rainbows Are Too Beautiful. I think this is a given for most autism families, whether it be with programmes. routines even certain types of clothing. For us, the obsessions fall into Formula One for Mr L, Wrestling For Mr C and routine and order for Miss S.
Suggested By Stephs 2 Girls - Check out her post on The Difference Between PDA and ODD
Suggested By Someones Mum - This word can relate to your child, life can be overwhelming for a child on the spectrum, Just getting through a day can be tiresome and leave them feeling overwhelmed. It can also be used to describe parenting a child on the spectrum, medical appointments, diagnoses, medical terminology, dealing with behaviour and lack of sleep to name a few!
Suggested By Autism Mumma - As in no day is ordinary and no 2 days are the same as each other.
Suggested By Brody Me and GDD - Take a look at her post The Special Needs Price Tag
Suggested By Cherish The Nonsense, A Blog About Raising My Autistic Son, Ojos World & First Time Valley Mam - I can wholeheartedly agree with this one, our life is organised to military precision, even the weekends. Structure, routine and organisation are key! Have a read of Lovely Obsessions from Rainbows Are Too Beautiful
Suggested By Loobes Life- As In swearing when asked the most simple question. This is currently my life, dealing with a moody, hormonal pre-teen.
Suggested By Missy B & Family - So many children with hidden disabilities are overlooked. Even when they are diagnosed it can be a nightmare trying to get people to listen and understand.
Suggested By MotherGeek - Autism definitely obscures reality!
Suggested By Faith Mummy - My children can appear so different to others with flapping, spinning, unusual noises and still wearing nappies, and sadly this is how people often see them.
Are there any other O's you can think of that could be added? If so do leave them all below in the comments. I will be back again soon with the next post, which will be P is for.......
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