It has been a week since George Floyd was murdered. This is the country we live in right now… when a Black person can be killed, their rights violated by the very people who have pledged to protect their communities. Unfortunately, this is nothing new. Over the last several years and more recently within the…… Continue reading I’m Scared for my Black Son with Autism and ADHD
Life has been messy, to say the least. It’s been difficult to pin point where exactly my next move will be because I’ve been so busy still tending to unresolved issues and uncertainties. In the midst of struggle, it can be easy to feel lost and confused, abandoned and alone. The overwhelming guilt attributed to…… Continue reading Our Learning Differences Journey
I took a bit of a break from the blogs to really focus on celebrating the holidays with my family. And for the most part, they were a success, from Thanksgiving in the deep South to Christmas in our nation’s capital. The Davis family made tremendous strides in creating fun and memorable family traditions…… Continue reading 2019, Here We Come!
Television has become rather impressive in its depictions of special needs characters at the center of the story line. Speechless, The Good Doctor. Switched at Birth. Perhaps, however, one of my favorite new shows is one that has been streaming on Netflix for the past two years: Atypical. The premise of the show is rather…… Continue reading Elsa and Doug: An “Atypical” Marriage