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27 September 2012

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Alice

Life with autism leads us into places we never imagined going. Glad to hear the first responders were so well-trained. Autism is getting to be so much more familiar to the general population, which is really helpful when you have a child with severe autism!

Emily Willingham

I hope his head is OK today. I'm glad the EMTs seem to be so aware.

Janet

You've expressed beautifully the love you have for your child. I live in what sometime feels like a parallel universe and know how quickly things can escalate. I am glad to hear you had good support in that most desperate of moments. Hopefully along with the bike ride, more good (and some sleep) is coming along soon.

Nadine

Oh no. Oh wow. I felt very emotional just reading that. I can't even imagine ... Thank goodness he is okay and that those people were understanding. I hope so much that he is able to feel better and to sleep soon.

Liz Ditz

I'm so glad it all turned out well....

Linda

Soapvoxing for change, care2, and the many ways your family advocates is rewarded when needed support is delivered with such grace and thought.
Hoping for sleep.

Miguel Coy

Having people in our surrounding who understands us is the best way to cope up any difficulties, problems or illness we encounter. Somehow, they can give us more energy, inspiration and to be more motivated.

Karen

Just sending love.

autismvox

Thank you so much, Karen.

Patricia Wright

Just catching-up with your posts now Kristina. WOW! So glad that all are safe. Appreciate hearing a positive experience with First Responders. And as always have such admiration for how you both move through and describe your love for Charile and the experiences of your family.

Alexandra

I need more of your intuitive-style parenting. I wish only the best for your family, but meanwhile, you're showing me how easy I have it with kids of trauma and abuse from Russia (no autism).

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