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May 10, 2009


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Isn't it amazing (ok, maybe depressing is a better word choice here) how when one thing goes wrong, it triggers chaos everywhere before you know it? Glad to hear that all's well that ends well and that you managed to avoid a meltdown. :)

David Byrden

OSM, have you taught Joe how to plan his time? I mean, to literally draw blocks of time on paper and slot in activities ahead of time?

One Sick Mother


No, but that's a good idea. I may do that with it. The problem will then become about how his ADHD, everything-seat-of-the-pants mother can't stick to a schedule... ("but Mom! It says right here...")


Quirky Mom

Well done!

You know, I always did great performing on stage. I loved concerts. The energy! The sound!!

As for the written schedule, I suspect it wouldn't hurt Joe's mother either. ;)

David Byrden

I have Asperger's myself, OSM, and I think that such a kid can benefit from time planning (which of course is a useful skill for anyone to have). But I think I'd have been happier drawing up the local train schedule slowly in painstaking detail, rather than making quick-and-dirty plans for my own week. Asperger's kids don't like things *happening* and *changing*.


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Best regards 8-), Anika.

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