Category: Autism

What We Found Behind Carter’s Door!

No surprise to anyone here, we are packing! (If it is a surprise, click here) Today we decided to go through Carter’s room and begin to pack up his toys and other random things, as we are getting closer to our move out date…

Its Been A While, So Here Is An Update

Wow, it has been super busy here in the Sabins’s household. Between orders, graduations, school, and so much more, we feel as though there hasn’t been enough hours in the day to accomplish simple day to day task. Before getting into that though, I…

Purple Heart Day (GySgt Jeffrey Sabins)

Wednesday was Purple Heart day, so we sat down with recipient, Gunnery Sgt. Jeffery A. Sabins, to hear his story, and shed some light on the meaning of the Purple Heart and how it’s shaped him as a Marine.

Autism Mad to Glad, The Life of Carter

Autism Mad to Glad

An interesting concept in our household is how Carter does this switch we call the Autism Mad to Glad. He will go from being out of this world upset, packing bags, moving to Alaska because “you won’t let me throw my TV” kind of…

What a Bad Day Looks Like

What a Bad Day Looks Like

What a Bad Day Looks Like

A Boy and His iPad!

A Boy and His iPad

A Boy and His iPad!

School Has Began at Tumor 2 Autism

School Has Began

we are actually on day 2 of home school, and things have been going great. I want to throw our infographic back up that we created for home schooling, and go through our current process for you guys.

12 Things Parents Must Understand About Educating Students with Autism

Educating Students with Autism

Educating Students with Autism

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Odditorium

Vacations and autism can often be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Odditorium was a great place to visit with perks.

Autism Discussion – Is Autism Curable?

The word “cure” in regards to autism is a controversial term, and often brings up a heated debate about what this word really means for autism. But, what about the word “recover”. Does this have its play in the language of autism treatment?