Michelle’s daughter attended EEU as a neurotypical student, so it was a no-brainer that her son Kellen would also be a student there. To the surprise of the family, Kellen was at the right place because, while already in an inclusive environment, they found out that he has Autism. Today, Michelle, a single, co-parenting mama, is sharing her story of navigating this diagnosis, not feeling worthy some days and exploring inclusion.
Convos we shared that you can’t miss:
- Autism is part of this family’s story
- The Experimental Education Unit
- Navigating an Autism diagnosis
- Not feeling worthy to have “bad days”
- Co-parenting as a special needs family
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