The more you know…

If I remember right, that’s a tag line for some commercial on television from years ago. Anyway, it’s what came to mind when I started thinking about this article, sort of that the more I read and learn about parents starting a business up for their child with special abilities, the more I think I should do that. If I just had the resources!

Anyway, the article is entitled “To build a future for their son, Dallas couple plan $12 million community for young adults with autism

Sincerely-

   

Autism Librarian

 

Motivation for living

Okay, so the first thing I did when I found this list was to look and see where St. Louis ranked and while I was a little disappointed (97th), it also gives me motivation to work to improve that. The article is entitled “Ranking Names Most Livable Cities For People With Disabilities” By over at Disability Scoop.

There’s also a link to the list at the beginning of the article. So head on over and take a look. For me, now it’s time to do the work. After all, my son graduates in less than two years.

Sincerely-

  

Autism Librarian

Workin’ for a livin’

I think that Huey Lewis had it right, I’m takin’ what their givin’ cause I’m workin’ for a livin’. Anyway, my son is happy taking what they’re giving as he too is workin’ for a livin’. Here’s Huey Lewis & the News to take us out. On a side note, I read once that it seems a lot of kids with special abilities like his music. Who knew?!

Go Boys!

  

Autism Librarian

Mix-use housing development

When the term mix-use is typically used, I think of housing and businesses but in this case it’s housing for adults that are both autistic and typically developed. According to the article it maybe the first of it’s kind in the country.

The article is entitled “Housing To Mix Adults With Autism, Typically-Developing Residentsby

Sincerely-

  

Autism Librarian