This is one of those very special moments in our lives , but due to various reasons I have missed out on blogging about this event. Ramam won two special Olympic medals, a silver and gold at the special olympics at the county and area levels. We had gone with zero expectations. Olympics sounded too
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Ramam wanted to play with blocks , he wanted to pitch a tent to be exact. So I told him we need poles to pitch a tent. He dashed off and came back with 3 wooden sticks. I realized he had picked it up from my husband’s tool box along with some screws. Never knew
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Today, was one of those mornings that did not have a good start. As Ramam’s Christmas vacation is still on, I decided to sit and work with him and not let anything bother me. Luckily,this morning he was very receptive, and we spend good about an hour and half working and not realising that time
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I have learnt ( or more precisely been taught by Harish)  that ‘to believe that it is possible’ is the key to achieving success in handling Autism. Learning to ride a bicycle is not an easy task for any kid, let alone someone with Autism. Harish first got his tricycle when he was, I think around
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