Hello all my friends and fellow bloggers. After over 10 months away from the site, I'm back to doing what I do best: advocating and bringing important autism support and info here for you! I am sincerely sorry I took time away, though it was not all in vain, I assure you.
I was working hard to bring a new business concept to Vermont, one that I had hoped would both be a benefit to others (what I like to do anyhow), and would in turn afford me time to spend with my loved ones; those closest to me who need my help the most. While I have not given up entirely on this Vermont home inventory venture (Permanence), I have had to scale back my time. The results currently are not relative to the effort.
Anyhow. That doesn't have much to do with "Same Child, Different Day" specifically. To get back into the groove, I'll just post today that I'm coming back, and am bringing our local autism support group back with me. Exceptional Parents of Exceptional Children (EPEC) is the Rutland, VT area's primary 'spectrum' support organization. This, too, has been on hiatus due to family concerns for both myself and my co-chair.
But we are coming back, ready and able to support the needs of families, caregivers and those living with autism in the Rutland, Vermont and surrounding areas.
I'll be back with more info soon about other supports. But I wanted to let all of you know that I have missed talking and sharing with you. I won't let that happen again!
All the best,
Autism and the ER–finally.
4 days ago