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Indeed money is not everything, but with money you can do many things.
And that is why I have always said, an autistic kid in a family that is financially strong has a better chance at improving his conditions as compared to one whose parents are struggling financially. Nevertheless, money alone without efforts, commitment, time, knowledge, education and love on the parents part, will not cut it too.
Specialise care for kids with Autism like speech therapy, occupational therapy, behavioural therapy like ABA and others are not cheap. It can cost parents thousands monthly to provide such care. And when you add on special diets and supplements which are so crucial for Autism, that figure can soar really high.
On top of it, we still need to think about the child’s future. That’s why I always encourage parents to be enterprising. We need to find ways to strengthen our financial standings as we continue to hustle and work around with whatever we can at the moment. Do our current best but maintain a mindset to do even better, and provide more.
I’m not ashamed to say we could not afford a good special need private school and regular therapies for many years. I used to read about all the methods and options available to help our son but only to feel helpless at the end of the day. Everything required so much money. But we never gave up. We want the best for Adam. We have always said to ourselves we may not be able to afford it today, but does not mean we can’t tomorrow.
To parents who can relate to us, never give up easily. If you have a dream, you have the NIAT, work hard towards it. Continue to love your anak syurga unconditionally, and never stop the doas. God willing things will get better.
We hope the new government will do their part too just like some of the other countries with better policies and programs to aid families of children with Autism.
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Ontem fomos pra São Paulo na festinha de aniversário de uma tia muito muito querida. Foi muito bom rever familiares queridos. Logo que chegamos eu levei a Luisa no parquinho do prédio onde estava sendo realizada a festa e a Luisa nitidamente ficou irritada e chorosa com a presença de outras crianças. Quando as crianças iam embora e ficava só ela, ela vibrava de alegria e brincava. Ela ainda precisa evoluir muito na interação social com as outras crianças. Ela não aceita dividir e quer todo o brinquedo e o espaço pra ela. Ela teve dificuldade em dividir o celular com os vídeos da galinha pintadinha com o priminho da idade dela que também queria assistir. Só ela podia ver. Detalhe: Ele estava assistindo primeiro e o celular era da mãe dele. .
Depois do parabéns muito animado, a Luisa comeu brigadeiro pela primeira vez e foi um super avanço porque ela não aceitava esse tipo de textura por causa da seletividade. Brigadeiro não é saudável, mas faz parte da infância e da vida em sociedade e para uma mãe de uma bebê muito seletiva, a aceitação de uma textura diferente deve ser muito comemorada. Aos poucos vamos avançando. .
A interação social dela com os familiares foi melhor do que nos encontros passados em que ela rejeitava qualquer tentativa de aproximação. Todos comentaram a melhora dela nesse sentido. Ela estava mais solta com as pessoas, mais a vontade, menos grudada em mim. Estamos caminhando. No final da festa, ela se divertiu com esses balões de gás helio que sobem até o teto. Foi uma tarde muito bacana.
Hoje de manhã fomos tomar café da manhã no hotel em que estamos hospedados e ela fez muita birra. Não sei se foi birra ou crise. Ainda tenho dificuldade de diferenciar. Estava muito cheio e tumultuado, pode ter sido crise. Enfim, assim vamos seguindo e caminhando tentando estimulá-la e entender o autismo.
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Adam was about 4 in this picture. Indeed he has CHANGED our lives. What about you parents out there with special need kids? Has your child CHANGED yours? If yes, what’s the biggest CHANGE?
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Found this in our Instagram inbox the other day from one of our favorite autism/skate families. Dylan at the skate shop with his sword and shield board designed by Alex. We love when we’re tagged to these photos. They make our day❣️
Only 200 miles to the Colorado border. ✌🏼+💙 ~Lisa
Our job as parents, is to increase awareness of the child’s sensory system, whether it’s too high or too low. It’s all about drawing in their attention and learning to pay attention ourselves. Attention is how brains develop and how sensory systems can mature. Once the awareness is there, children can learn, with our help, what is needed to make their life sweeter. And we, the adults tasked with helping, will benefit from the process, because we will delight in sharing experiences and seeing the world through the uncomplicated lens of a child.