Learning

Learning to Drive with ASD

Learning to drive can be a difficult task for any adult. From the frustration of other drivers and traffic, to the anxiety of predicting the moves of other vehicles, to the many streams of information that require constant attention, it’s no wonder that driving simply isn’t for everyone.

Peyton’s Spanish Rice Recipe

I am so proud of Peyton being named a Taco Uppercut Brand Ambassador for White Bulls BBQ… He absolutely loves to cook and this is a great way for him to show off his skills. This is an awesome platform as well to raise Autism Awareness, Acceptance and Activism. here is his recipe for his version of Spanish Rice.

Review of the Brain Train by Peyton

The Brain Train company sent me an email of an e-book. I’ve read it, it was interesting and it teaches kids about life skills, nature, history, science and so many other things . I’m going to be briefly reviewing them.  Even though it’s a kids book, I still really liked  it, and I found  it …

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Why Homeschool gets a grade A from us!

We homeschool Peyton. I have since he started school. Many people ask me if I started homeschooling with him because he is autistic? My response is No. I actually homeschooled all three of my older children also. I am a strong believer in homeschooling, but I also know it isn’t for everyone. I personally found …

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My Doorbell’s Smarter Than Your Doorbell…by Mark

Lynne and I are lucky. Peyton can take care of himself for short times  He can straighten his room, take out the trash, do the dishes, feed and walk the dogs and other life skills we’ve worked with him on.  He can cook for himself and occasionally for us. He knows not to leave the …

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