Last week I had it out at the playground; I had enough and I don't care if I came across like a Karen! I took the playground back! The neighborhood playground was locked for over two months from Covid-19. When it opened back up my kids were so excited. We went a few times when … Continue reading I took the playground back!
to me! I had a birthday Sunday and I'd love for you to share and follow my blog, social media pages and book as a gift for me! website: ruthfulness.com Facebook page: facebook.com/ruthfulness Instagram account: ruthfulnessblog Twitter: ruthfulnessblog Book on Amazon I am also a contributing writing onThe Real Deal of Parenting; so check out … Continue reading Happy Birthday!
It's better than ABC Mouse. Yup. That's right. It is better than ABC Mouse. This online program has helped my son with autism get basic reading skills he lacks due to his Developmental disabilities. He didn't speak until six and he didn't start to try to write independently until eight. So, in all his education … Continue reading Check out this reading program
Does your child have an IEP or 504 in the state of Florida? Florida was the first state to implement a scholarship like McKay. McKay allows for parents of special needs children to use funds allocated to the public school for private school tuition. (you can use McKay to transfer to another public school as … Continue reading Need Money for School…Mckay Scholarship
Do you have a child that needs money for a specialized school? Many states have scholarships for children with special needs or families with low income. I always thought my kids would all go to the same school and that that school would be our zoned public school. My husband and I both attended public … Continue reading need money for school?
While most parents struggle with work and home school, my son with autism has excelled. Here's how... We are all in very unprecedented times during the pandemic of corona virus how we adapt and cope can make huge differences for children. I have been working from home since March as a teacher and my three … Continue reading Success with autism during Covid19 home school
to a parent with a child who has autism As a parent of a child who has autism, let me give everyone a few tips on what not to say. As parents, we live in a unique world surrounded by really amazing people and our child. The way we live and the choices we … Continue reading 5 things to never say…
My published story about how we navigated the early intervention system, suffered hardships, accepted autism and overcame so many struggles. We have become a family that stands for education, access and advocacy. I want you to know that you are not alone on your journey as a parent with a child on the spectrum. Amazon … Continue reading Ruthfulness released on Amazon
Your life or someone else's life can flash forward in your mind. All the dreams, ambitions, joy and laughter gone within aglimpse. That's the feeling... That's how special needs parents feel everyday. How life can be taken from us with an accident or how we wait for aglimpse into our child's future. All the questions … Continue reading With just a match strike
April 2nd is autism awareness day all over the world. Just this week I read an amazing article written in 2017 and published on Huffpost about how we should bring awareness by honoring our own spectrum children instead of celebrating just the success cases. huffpost: Let's start honoring people with autism by stopping the celebration … Continue reading Autism Awareness or Celebrate Autism?