‘Happy Father’s Day’ is a sentiment I love to hear. It’s a day to take a step back and appreciate this incredible role I was given 20 years ago when my son Billy came into the world. The old adage is true, “There is no handbook when it comes to parenting”. I think this is especially true when it comes to parenting a child on the autism spectrum.

 

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Henry Ford said it perfectly “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress.

On April 17th, sixteen runners will lace up their sneakers and run the Boston Marathon as members of Dougie’s Team. I am honored to be represent this group as team coach.

I often say you they don’t give you a handbook when you become a parent, and there definitely isn’t one when you become the parent of child with special needs.

The start of a new year always gets us reflecting on the past, present, and future. As we look ahead to 2017, what can we do to make it a year of gratitude and growth?