Category Archives: Personal Anecdotes

“Of Course, Your Son Will Never Play Sports…..”

… That’s what a social worker told us very early on after Alex was diagnosed on the autistic spectrum. I don’t mean to disparage all social workers.  We had another social worker, the caseworker assigned to us to oversee Alex’s … Continue reading

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Using a Gluten Free Diet as an Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders

The following is an article I authored that was published in the newsletter of the Gluten Intolerance Group of Shoreline East, a local group offering tips and advice about going gluten free for people living on the Connecticut Shoreline.  Please … Continue reading

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Report Card

Alex got his second report card from first grade last week, and it was a mirror image of his first:  With a grading system of plus, check and minus he got a plus in all 13 graded subject areas, and … Continue reading

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