Being Seen and Heard

When I think about humans with disabilities I wonder what keeps them happy. I’ve observed that often humans are just being first. It isn’t until they interact with humans outside of themselves that our differences are scrutinized. I keep a place in my mind body and spirit to care for humans with disabilities. I keepContinue reading “Being Seen and Heard”

A Passion for Teaching

While living in this new world of Covid19 I found a passion for teaching my children with autism. School started for my girls August 17. Two girls are middle schoolers and one is a high schooler. They attend school online now. It is not working for us as a family. I had a hard timeContinue reading “A Passion for Teaching”

I Need A Breakthrough

Well Well Well. I enjoy fresh starts and this week is a sign of new beginnings. My beautiful family and I are due for a breakthrough after the heavy load we carried this far. I personally have called for a good change of events to occur for us. I want relief from caring for myContinue reading “I Need A Breakthrough”

Psychological Evaluation

Being an Ausome Mom means testing and testing and more testing. With all three of my children being nonverbal I am their voice when its time to answer questions. Psychological Evaluations have been a staple of information from medical professionals to teacher’s and therapist. Everyone offering my children services wants to see their evaluation results.Continue reading “Psychological Evaluation”

Chasing Home

My Husband just gave me a reminder that feeling nervous when looking for a home is natural. My whole life I’ve been searching for that perfect space to call my own. Since we’ve become a family home is more essential. But my Husband let me know that I can move forward with assurance when searchingContinue reading “Chasing Home”

3 Faces, 3 Businesses, 3 Girls

Let’s say I have 3 faces. Is that too out of this world? Being the Mother of 3 girls gives me 3 different parts of me. So why can’t I have 3 faces? I don’t mean faces I mean business. Each business represents my children in some way. Having my Trinity of daughters made meContinue reading “3 Faces, 3 Businesses, 3 Girls”

People with Disabilities Matter

I’m ending this past week watching one of my favorite movies, “The Joker”. Joaquin Phoenix did a phenomenal job portraying a human with a mental disability. My first born child was given a diagnosis of a mental retardation when she was around 7 years age. I’ve always been intrigued by the power that the mindContinue reading “People with Disabilities Matter”