About Cadence, Uncategorized

What an adult might call 'compassionate', a child might call a 'clown'! Seven year old Cadence, who has Autism and other challenges, reminds us there can be much beauty seeing the world through a different lens. It is common for an autistic child to reference, or say things, seemingly inappropriate, or seemingly out of context… Continue reading

Communication, Friendship, Uncategorized

Humanity needs no spoken words

Humanity, at its core, needs no spoken words. Compassion. Empathy. Understanding. They need no words.  Kindness and caring, loss and grief traverse culture, ethnicity, gender and disability. They need no words. Today Jame's jumped our joint back fence, as he often does to come play; but instead of play, today he was seeking comfort -… Continue reading Humanity needs no spoken words

Emotions & Feelings, Uncategorized

Green Days make me feel Yellow

Color is important to Cadence. Much of how she relates to the world is through color (sight) and texture (touch). Cadence best understands, relates too and responds to feelings / emotions in her own unique 'color coded' way. Here she shares her short story, "Green days make me feel Yellow". Scared is purple and blue.… Continue reading Green Days make me feel Yellow