autistic culture, Deaf Culture, Disabled Parenting, Scouting

Teaching Scouts to Interact with Disabled People Benefits Everyone

Yesterday my partner and I had to opportunity to participate in a district event called CLAW. It is an event where leaders teach different belt loops. Belt loops are advancements for cub scouts. The sessions were about 20 minutes. The one we chose was Cubs Who Care. That is the disability awareness one. They said… Continue reading Teaching Scouts to Interact with Disabled People Benefits Everyone

Disabled Parenting, Growing up undiagnosed, Scouting

Keeping Autistic Kids Off the Internet Does Not Protect Them, Teaching Internet Safety Does

My Experience with Being Banned from the Internet As a Child The internet first started to grow when I was in high school. My mother had a friend from Shul who worked for the local cable company and we had high speed internet early. It was great except I was the only one not allowed… Continue reading Keeping Autistic Kids Off the Internet Does Not Protect Them, Teaching Internet Safety Does