Black people cannot hide their color…

…As a child I carried a mantra with me, ‘sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me’ – I used my intellect to overcome these very harsh experiences, I used my autistic abilities and heightened senses to observe deeply those around me, I watched and came to the rescue of many peers

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Lieutenant Governor Reception – District of Sechelt

It was a great honor to meet the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, Judy Guichon, during the reception held in her honor by the District of Sechelt earlier this week….
On this special occasion, her Honor was visiting the Sunshine Coast as part of her mandate to visit the communities around British Columbia. She shared her own personal stories of family, purpose, community, love and contribution to society.

Anthony’s Story

Surmounting obstacles that would defeat the lesser among us, Leonora has striven to understand and support knowledge shared by others, especially and uniquely within the autistic spectrum, and her drive toward the betterment of understanding and the attainment and provision of resources for the autistic community at large is unmatched.

I have never met another individual who can get the job done as Leonora can—hence my use of the word ‘unique’ so often in this review—and I know without any doubt that there is not a better Mom on all the Earth than Leonora, for her Anthony.

I stumbled across this testimonial quote and thought it quite appropriate as a segue to my first blog of 2011. The fact that an educator in the 1990′s when we first started out sharing our personal viewpoints and understanding or ourselves as autistic people, people first effected those whom we were teaching the autistic paradigm, from the inside out.