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Everything changes–Ben’s meltdown at Christmas! By: Carole Norman Scott


Everything changes…we have been blessed to have our fifty-six year old autistic son, Ben, be able to come home several times a year for week-long visits for 43 years.  Several other times a year, we visited him in Conway and … Continue reading

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My Letter to a Friend Describing Ben’s Living Facility–April, 2001 By: Carole Norman Scott


In April of 2001, I was describing Ben’s Living Facility to a friend who lives in St. Louis and had never seen the place I was talking about.  Here is what I had to say, and I STILL feel this … Continue reading

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Ben’s Communications at age 15–1977, By: Carole Norman Scott


I was sorting through some “stuff” last night, and came across these communications that our autistic son, Ben, shared with us at age 15.  We didn’t think at the time that he talked very much, but in reading these comments … Continue reading

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