This summer, I finally managed to stop in at the guest services building (which is not the main guest services, so ask first before you wait in the line) at Six Flags in Jackson, NJ. I picked up the Equal Access Pass for my son with ASD. The process was super-fast and painless. The pass…… Continue reading Six Flags NJ – bring a doctor note
As many of you know, my son with autism is still a young child. But already I see that I am more and more thinking about the next 80 years of his life. I am aware (not ready to resign myself to ANYTHING at this point or any other, ever) that his life may be…… Continue reading Non-jobs for people with autism
Summer is well past over, and one hurricane, one Fall season, and a few major holidays later, there’s finally some time to think about it. I’d like to say thanks to the Ridgewood Soccer Association, which runs a special needs soccer program alongside the large program for typical kids in town. What made this special…… Continue reading Thanks, Ridgewood Soccer!