Robert Rummel-Hudson Archive
I’ve been thinking about the brain. Specifically, two brains in particular. I’ve been thinking about Schuyler’s brain, and my own. The brain is a miraculous thing. Every experience you’ve ever had, every sight and every sound, every
Like many special needs parents, I’ve been watching the new ABC series Speechless closely. The new sitcom tells the story of a family trying to navigate the world, particularly the educational system, with a young, nonverbal teenager
So this probably isn’t a big deal, except of course that it’s kind of the biggest deal of all. Beginning this Friday, Schuyler will be going to her marching band’s performances at her high school’s football game
What’s the hardest part of being a special needs parent? That seems like kind of an obvious question, so I’m actually surprised I’ve never been asked it until recently. Or perhaps I have and I’m forgetting. I’m
This is going to be a short post today, which will no doubt come as a (possibly pleasant) surprise to those of you who find me to be occasionally verbose. Which is almost certainly all of you.
Recently, I had the opportunity to be a part of a conversation with some parent advocates and a speech language therapist. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail about it, except to say that
I don’t like writing about Ann Coulter. I don’t like talking about her or even thinking about her. Part of that is simply because I hate to empower her. I don’t dislike Ann Coulter because we have