Yesterday was Conor’s 18th birthday. Today is exactly 16 years after his autism diagnosis, received the day after his second birthday and after several months of testing and observation. Conor, now a young man, is till the happy boy that brings joy to his Mom and Dad, along with many serious challenges, challenges that restrict . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: 16 Years After Conor’s Autism Diagnosis: Lots of Conor Joy But No Progress in Autism Research
Conor & Dad, couple of hosers enjoying the snow, eh?
Conor’s Saint John River view clear day, above, not so clear below
Conor helps Dad with a visit at the Chalmers Hospital Acute Care Unit
Conor and Mom head out for a stroll on the North Riverfront . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Conor’s Fredericton Adventures 2013 Part I
Conor was happy and full of life on our trail walk today. At times his feet didn’t even touch the ground. The Grand Mal seizure Conor experienced Saturday morning took him down pretty hard (and scared the bejeebers out of his Dad).  … . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: One Grand Mal Seizure Later Conor Is Back