He needs to sleep with six pillows every night or he flips out at bedtime.
He needs medicine to cope with his overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety.
He needs to roll all of his food between his fingers before he eats it, even meatballs.
I have a child with special needs. Sometimes, I can’t believe it myself.
I mean, it’s easy to understand the who and the what and the where and the how of it all.
My child has autism and it is in his brain and his heart and his soul and his body. It is the result of a complicated mutation in genetics and DNA.