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Autism, Home Education
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Hello, my name is Angie Allwin. I have an 8 year old boy named Charlie with autism. I have been following your website for about a year. Your autism series intrigues me. I homeschool 3 out of my 6 children. Charlie is the only one I send to school because I believe I am unqualified to teach him. His fascination with the Mass seems so much like Ryan's. I have no idea how I could get him to read or write. Please contact me if you feel called to do so. Nevertheless, please know I have been very touched by your website and cried with you when Ryan died. (I still do sometimes.) May God bless you and thank you for this site.
Angie Allwin |
November 03, 2009 at 09:53 PM
I came across this article, as I was feeling a little inadequate teaching my daughter that has a rare brain disorder. How encouraged I felt when I read it! With a quick prayer to the teacher of Jesus, His Mother, I feel much more confident and secure in teaching my daughter. Thank you for this very positive and very helpful article. God Bless.
March 03, 2010 at 06:38 AM
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