It has been a while since Ryan announced his reboot. Life is hard as a teenager, and when you throw epilepsy and autism in the mix, it makes it even harder. One of the things we have talked about is just trying to do a little more each day than the day before. One smallContinue reading “A Field Trip and a New Sport”
We decided to write a list post. These are fun to do and I think that this particular post can show how your attitude and perception is so important. I always say that you can’t control what happens to you, but you can 100% control how you respond to it. So here is Ryan’s list.Continue reading “Ryan’s List of the Eight Best Things to Come Out of Social Distancing”
I wanted to practice with him at home because with most new skills with Ryan, especially RPM stages, I have had to practice with him considerably in order to replicate the progress that he had with a certified provider. Well, he caught on with me right away and now he types with me everywhere.
Ryan has had a strong interest in music for as long as I can remember. I used to sing to him as a baby (not very well, but I tried) and he has always enjoyed listening to music whether it was on one of his favorite shows or some CDs I played for him onContinue reading “School of Rock and a Special Visit”
February 9, 2019, 9:40 pm I was in our office finishing writing our last blog post. Randy was in the family room with Grace watching a T.V. show. Ryan was in his bedroom. After I finished the draft of the blog post, I went to Ryan’s room to tell him that I was done andContinue reading “Caught Off Guard”