I started Autism Odysseys on Facebook three years ago as a place to post the plethora of memes I found myself making. I had no idea what I was doing but I was happy to find that others could relate to what I was posting! 3 years later, I’m still here and will be forever grateful for… Continue reading Autism Odysseys 3-Year Anniversary!
This is the next installment of “Autism Rules” chronicling the shared experiences many of us may face. Hopefully you can relate to some of these “rules” illustrated by scenes from TV and movies. When you actually have the opportunity to sleep, insomnia happens. If I wake up and let my mind wander, the rest of… Continue reading Autism Rules: Part 5
Food aversions that go beyond being “picky” are real. Texture, smell, color, appearance all can impact someone’s ability to eat what is in front of them. It can be challenging as a parent to manage these aversions and still make everyone happy. Happiness is just a state of mind , right? Here are the… Continue reading 12 Things Parents of Kids With Food Aversions Know To Be True
My oldest is 13 – my youngest is 8, so I have been riding this train for a while now. It’s taken me most of this time to realize that I can plan and try to foresee issues until I am about to pull my hair out; only to find that what I thought would… Continue reading What I Learned Taking My Children to a Comic Convention