Month: June 2018

  • On Immigration, Law and Family

    Knowing the subject I am about to discuss to be a touchy one for a lot of folks out there, I will make a couple of important disclaimers. To begin with, let me say that I know the United States of America to be a nation literally built by and on immigrants. Some of those […]

  • What, Again?

    Before I get into the “meat” of this post, allow me to tell you just a little about myself. To begin with, my training and credentials regarding Autism amount to zilch other than my experiences with a certain five-year-old named Garrett (and a few random encounters with other Autistic children and their parents, siblings and […]

  • About Garrett, Autism and Their Intersection

    Finally, a chance to add to my blog on a more significant subject than even the ones with which I have been prone to deal. What brings about this change? It’s the acknowledgement by a member of the medical community (as well as the local  school system) that my son (Garrett) is Autistic (and very […]