Monthly Archives: April 2011

Quiet Solace–A Poem by: Carole Norman Scott


                      QUIET SOLACE     A good report Lord — what a joy!     Ben’s teacher has pronounced him     Calm, co-operative, and smiling…     Adjectives we have longed to hear.     Forever in coming; but worth the wait.     With his maturity…a gentle reserve. … Continue reading

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How Parents Feel (or how I felt)!


Some Things Parents Might Feel About Having a Handicapped Child.  By: Carole Norman Scott        1.  Parents have experienced things that they have never shared with anyone—it hurts too badly (our two in-house clinic experiences when Ben was only four and six years old.  … Continue reading

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The D’s & C’s of Autism–By: Carole Norman Scott


By: Carole Norman Scott Posted on April 19, 2011 by autism45 These words tell exactly how I felt when I was dealing with the grief of discovering that I had a handicapped child.  My faith at that time was based on … Continue reading

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8. SYMPTOMS OF AUTISM: AS A CHILD, AND IMPROVEMENTS AS AN ADULT By: Carole Norman Scott


Ben’s Childhood Characteristics–And Improvements As An Adult  1. Resists normal teaching methods—  As a child…             We tried for years to show Ben how to tie his shoes.  He wouldn’t watch, his gaze was averted, and he seemed either lost … Continue reading

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