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Autism: building friendships

Sarah answers Kirk McNemar, support coordinator with the Arc of Frederick County, about how to help bridge friendships for those with disabilities in schools. Enjoy!
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Wishes

With a quiet day comes talking about wishes. A wish I have is to be normal. Really do wish autism away. Too weird. Too rude. Too helpless. But I am real and inside this body that acts without my permission. When I am at God’s table, I will not be burdened with autism. My soul is whole and healthy and ready.

~Sarah

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 "Ask Sarah" is one of the most popular topics on Sarah's blog. Do you have a question for Sarah about your family member with autism or student with a disability? Have you wondered what is going on inside their minds or the reasoning behind certain behaviors? Perhaps Sarah can shed some light on the inner workings of a person with autism. Sarah is non-verbal and offers a unique perspective on autism. Please click here to message Sarah directly with your question!

Pleased to report from the inside world of autism. Thank you for visiting me here. -Sarah

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