Since 2018, the association has set up, with the collaboration of Cindy M.S., neuropsychologist and Logopäden, social skills groups for children, teenagers and adults. I had the pleasure of participating, and it brought me a lot. My son who also participated there learned many things. He's much more verbal about his emotions now. Cindy uses … Continue reading Our Social skills groups!
A diagnosis in adulthood, why? I read and often hear questions about the need to be diagnosed with autism when you are an adult and that you have lived your whole life like that without the diagnosis. Except that no, I did not live, but I survived my whole life like this, without the diagnosis, … Continue reading A diagnosis in adulthood, why?
And now is the day of Operation Blue socks. It's hard to believe after so much investment, stress, joy, toil... That this day has passed so quickly. What I can say is only positive. I do not know where to start... By all the new meetings I have been able to make? By diverse and … Continue reading It was an exceptional day.
We are extremely fortunate for the organization of our day, Operation Blue Socks. We are receiving a lot of support, we are witnessing the generosity of the people who want to help us. We received for this day personalized t-shirts and balloons and signed by members of the Hazard family including Eden and Thorgan. As … Continue reading Thanks to the Hazard family!
If all the crappy solutions I was offered, if all the hollow and lame encouragement pissed me off, if the others seemed helpless and useless, it's for a good reason... it's no use. The solution is in us. As cliché and naïve as this is, it is the strict and pure truth. No one will … Continue reading I hack the concepts