Conor is still recovering from Rhabdomyolysis, an adverse reaction to anti-seizure medication, Lamotrogine and needs phsyiotherapy to rebuild his damaged muscles, balance and co-ordination. Just being home is a huge help for Conor, back home with Mom, Dad, his brother and his familiar routines. One of those routines has been to get out of bed . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Conor’s Physiotherapy With CBC’s Terry Seguin
The caption below the picture of me and Conor is from the CBC web site article Autism advocate questions ‘extreme’ inclusion model.
“A high-profile autism advocate in New Brunswick is questioning the merits of what he calls the Department of Education’s extreme inclusion model. “I believe that the kind of evidence-based intervention . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: CBC: Autism advocate questions ‘extreme’ inclusion model