Curiosity

When I was younger, I wanted to become older, more mature and understand what adults in my life were saying. I disliked being ignorant and being left out of conversations. I dreaded hearing the phrase “When you’re older, you’d understand”. At that time, my childhood...
Growth and Excitement

Growth and Excitement

COVID -19 hit almost every country, affected each and every one of us, and reminded us how small our world is. Who could have imagined that a virus in a farm market in Wuhan, China could reach people in Peru, Ghana, Sweden, Australia, and many more countries? Despite...
Connection

Connection

One of the greatest lessons my students taught me is the power of conscious connection. In our everyday lives, connecting and associating with our surroundings, from people to inanimate items, happens almost organically without much effort. With special needs...
Count on us!

Count on us!

 I have always preferred realistic movies over science fiction ones. I remember feeling a little disappointed when I watched the movie “Contagion” two years ago especially that it featured some of my favorite actors. The question I asked myself  then was : “Why did...
What do you do for your autistic child!

What do you do for your autistic child!

It seems impossible to do or it can’t be. But in a way everything is hard to beat. For example, your child has been selected in the best early intervention center you wished for, and the financial resources is provided to you, he’s is in the best placeof behavioral...
The Art of Growth

The Art of Growth

This is an experience that taught me how to be patient, understanding, thoughtful and most importantly how to let go.  Working with special needs children changed the way. connect to the world and mainly to the people around me.  I learned how to soften my hand and...