Tag Archives: inspiration

NT vs SN hospital encounter!

  Those who have been following my blog since the beginning of its existence must be used to my posts about hospital visits. To them this should not come as a surprise that this very post too is about an … Continue reading

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The journey through the therapies!

Just the other day we were invited over for dinner at my parents, there were other guests too. Since Y is in the habit of getting over excited at seeing other people, her best activity is to sit everyone down … Continue reading

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Sargodha: A city of new beginnings!!

Excitement, dreams, aspirations, anticipation, apprehension, fear of the unknown, were among the many mixed feelings we had as we entered Sargodha. Making the decision to take this course (which brought us to Sargodha – the city of Falcons) was one … Continue reading

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Neurotypical vs. ASD kids

Whether they are having a meltdown or a tantrum, whether they are indulging in a self-stimulatory behavior or just twirling a pencil between the fingers out of boredom, whether they are socially awkward or just like solitude, whether they are … Continue reading

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Thinking in the abstract!

‘Look outside, what is the weather today?’ This is one of those questions that have been a constant in my life for the past one year. Teaching children on the Autism Spectrum about weather is rather tricky. Even though we … Continue reading

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