How #Autism and sensory issues impact our every morning (video entry)




This morning really sucked. It was a sensory morning for Emmett and it was a nightmare for the rest of us who lived through the 90 minutes of screaming it took to get him both ready and off to school.

It was this bad and he really, really wanted to go to school. I can’t imagine what it would be like if he didn’t…

I did a video entry on the way home from dropping the boys of at school. 

Sometimes it’s better to speak directly to my audience in order to more accurately convey my message… 



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Father to 3 with Autism and husband to my best friend. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)

  

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I have zero doubt that Emmett’s sensory issues are very real, but I have a couple of questions. JR has asked a few times whether or not you do daily ‘desensitizing’ or are things only done when he has a bad morning with his shoes and socks but if you have answered I haven’t seen it; so, I guess my question is whether or not that is happening daily? Also, from reading the blog, it seems like everything stops when Emmett issues flare up, so the rest of the family is held hostage by them. I know you have put… Read more »

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I’m presuming there must be something else at stake or you would let him go in flipflops to save yourself the agony – who wouldn’t? Is there a child protective services issue around kids in flipflops in the winter? It seems so unfair you are forced (and have to force him) into this psychic torture. Poor kiddo. If it ruins your day, imagine what it does to his small self.

Merry Christmas to you all, by the way, and hope for a peaceful and loving 2017.

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Kim Gebhardt

I have zero doubt that Emmett’s sensory issues are very real, but I have a couple of questions. JR has asked a few times whether or not you do daily ‘desensitizing’ or are things only done when he has a bad morning with his shoes and socks but if you have answered I haven’t seen it; so, I guess my question is whether or not that is happening daily? Also, from reading the blog, it seems like everything stops when Emmett issues flare up, so the rest of the family is held hostage by them. I know you have put… Read more »

dotdash
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dotdash

I’m presuming there must be something else at stake or you would let him go in flipflops to save yourself the agony – who wouldn’t? Is there a child protective services issue around kids in flipflops in the winter? It seems so unfair you are forced (and have to force him) into this psychic torture. Poor kiddo. If it ruins your day, imagine what it does to his small self.

Merry Christmas to you all, by the way, and hope for a peaceful and loving 2017.