I’m so excited to announce that I will be blogging for The Real Deal of Parenting. I have followed this blog and its author Regan Long for years. She has great articles and parenting perspectives. I love her writing with its honest truth and humor. Follow the Real Deal of Parenting on Facebook and IGContinue reading “Announcement for The Real Deal of Parenting”
Ruthfulness is published and ready for purchase on Amazon. If you are local, let me know if you want a signed copy. For those that follow the blog and know our family, the story of what we went through on my son’s journey through early intervention is out in print for all to read. I’veContinue reading “My story is published!”
We are half way through the school year. How is your child’s progress toward their goals on their IEP? Do you have recent feedback and progress reports about how your student is progressing for the year? Have you had a conference recently? If you are happy with your child’s progress; you should schedule an IEPContinue reading “Reviewing and Writing IEP Goals”
Dear Ruth, It’s been a real tough journey over the last year and three years. You have hung in there well but you cannot keep this pace. Ruth, you are so strong and Max is so lucky to have you fight for him. At times, I didn’t know if you or I would make it;Continue reading “A Letter to Myself”
It’s summer time! Time to cool off in the pool. When you have kids with or without special needs, we all have those worries about drowning. There are always more concerns about children with autism that have a history or a tendency to wander. There are strict rules about enclosing pools but kids are veryContinue reading “Summer Swim Safety”
I’ve been working on a big project for Ruthfulness and I was reviewing my summer from 2015! It was definitely a summer full of sun and fun. It was also a summer that had some very memorable experiences to add to my journey. Great decisions, good decisions and bad decisions all packaged up into oneContinue reading “Enjoy the Journey”
Welcome! The blog has been changed, re-organized, and re-focused. I encourage you to also visit ruthbrunson.wordpress.com for academic coaching and tutoring related to all kids but especially to those on the spectrum.