Mysteries from the World of Special Needs
Mysteries from the World of Special Needs:
How is it that…
The nonverbal child will repeat a curse word?
The child with oral aversions will lick shoes, walls, and the occasional dog?
The child who cannot dress himself can strip in public?
The child with concerning symptoms or behaviors is “cured” as soon as you tell a professional that you are worried.
The child with sensory aversions will touch the most disgusting things?
The child who fights or ignores an activity will later say that it was fun?
The child who struggles to understand emotions is drawn to people who offer unconditional love?
The child who has been called “uneducable” learns?
The child who needs so much can give so much more?
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