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Christy

Christy is the the proud mother of a 10-year-old son who has Asperger's Syndrome (a high-functioning form of Autism). She is currently in her final semester of graduate school at WTAMU in the Specialist in School Psychology program. Christy also works as a graduate assistant and teaching assistant in the psychology department at WT. In addition, she spends about 6 hours per week in a local school district completing her practicum work in school assessment and intervention. In her free time she enjoys attending church with her family, traveling, and go to the movies when she can find the free time.
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Mommy Blogger Christy K. – Juggling Act

Multiple roles are sometimes difficult to juggle, but it is something that most moms today are very familiar with.  Mom, wife, girlfriend, daughter, sister, co-worker, employee, boss, student, friend, so much to do, so many people to please, and so little time! 

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Mommy Blogger Christy K. – Autism ≠ ‘Rain Man’

One of the difficult things about Autism is that every child on the spectrum is so very different. I would like to think that the days are gone where people hear the word Autism and think of either Dustin Hoffman in “Rain Man” (a savant, which is relatively rare), or a nonverbal child standing in a corner banging his head against the wall. While both of these examples are quite real, they also represent the very extremes of the Autism spectrum, from very high to very low functioning. The larger percentage of children with Autism fall somewhere in between those two extremes, and my son is no exception.

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Mommy Blogger Christy K. – I Have a Child With Autism

Every new parent has an idealistic view of what their child will one day become: a doctor, a lawyer, a star athlete.  We picture our children growing up and having careers, getting married, and having children of their own. The day that I sat in the pediatric specialist’s office with my son (then 2 ½) and heard the word Autism, all of those goals and dreams for my child flooded my mind.

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