Sunday, October 5, 2008

An Important Read

If you are new to GFCF, if you have recently received a diagnosis for your child, or if you just feel in your gut like something is "wrong" or "off" with your child, I have a post I want you to read.

This is a post my friend (though I've never met her), Jeanne, wrote about her son on her blog, Charlie in Wonderland. It's a fantastic post and it gives you some idea about what children with autism may be feeling or thinking. It also gives you a realization that these children are "in there" and are not "lost" -- they just need some help making their voices work again.

There is hope.

Click HERE to read Jeanne's post.

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