pink square with a darker pink faded spirograph. The text reads: “When I tell you I cannot do something, presume that I am competent to understand my own limitations. I am not being lazy. I am not manipulating others into doing things for me. I have legitimate support needs. I have workarounds for most of the things I listed above. Slow, ponderous, time and spoon consuming workarounds, but workarounds nonetheless. But the truth of the matter is there are things I cannot do and I know that I cannot do them.” Kassiane blogs at timetolisten.blogspt.com
Today when I picked Evie up from school, her para educator said that Evie had “flopped” when they entered the grocery store on her community outing. Evie’s para is new (to her) this year. We had an interesting conversation about the incident which I think reflects a common problem in communicating with Autistic people.
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