Prince’s obsessions are not the same, but other than that it’s like reading about the same boy – endearing and exhausting all at once 🙂
My good friend Angela, who is my ‘co’ in co-chair at Family Voice Surrey, always has an air of unflappability. I’m not quite sure how she does it.
As well as being the parent of two sons with ASD, she is studying to be a psychologist. Angela’s younger son, Monty, is a delightful boy who attends a special school. But his ASD means that, like other children with autism, he has a schedule and a sense of reasoning all of his own that can be exhausting.
Here, Angela writes for SNJ about a morning with Monty.
In the distance I can hear screaming. It sounds terrifying and it’s coming closer.
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