What’s one thing your child with #Autism has taught you?

I think that this one is pretty good for a dialog.  What’s one thing your child with #Autism has taught you?

People unfamiliar with #Autism would probably assume that we,  as their parents are the key teaching.  They wouldn’t be wrong but at the same time,  wouldn’t be 100% right either. 

What a lot of people fail to realize is while,  yes,  we are teaching our kids with #Autism, they are also teaching us. 

I thought a great way to help raise #Autism Awareness would be to share something your child with #Autism has taught you…

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Shira ABA

I do not have a child with Autism, however I am a behavioral therapist. I work with children with Autism 48 hours a week and believe it or not, I take them home with me on my mind. I learn a lot from the children I am with all day. They have taught me to appreciate the little things in life we take for granted. It is a beautiful feeling being a part of their lives.

JrjKmj

Amanda Bryson Gibbons  Jim Gibbons  You guys should share too 🙂
 
We have learned patience with our baby girl and we have learned that not every one with a "Disability" are all the same. We have the chance to enjoy the little things that she accomplishes as well as the big things. 🙂

Daphna

I learned that things that looks important to us are actually not that important…you get a deeper perspective on life…

lostandtired

 @Jodi p Very cool

Jodi p

To look at the world in a different way.
To see not every thing is how it seems
And open your mind to things outside social norms. As what is normal for one is not for the other

lostandtired

@hollyrpeete @kctomato Care to help get today's dialog started by sharing 🙂 Yesterday's discussion was awesome and we all learned a lot. 🙂

lostandtired

I'll go first. My kids have taught me to never take the little things for granted. 🙂

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