Drawing Roads: A Blog About Autism
DrawingRoads.com contains stories about a bright and entertaining boy diagnosed as High Functioning on the Autism Spectrum; how his parents and his autism support staff have dealt with many of the issues presented by Curtis’ autism. They also include writing and quotes from Curtis as well as his artwork.
Portland, Maine (November, 2013) – Curtis is a bright and entertaining boy diagnosed as High Functioning on the Autism Spectrum. He is also diagnosed with ADHD combined type (Hyperactivity and Attention Deficit). He has been drawing roads with sidewalk chalk, ink, crayons, and pencils since the age of 5. He is willing to work for hours on roads he draws until he gets his picture complete, usually replicas of routes he has taken.
DrawingRoads.com contains stories from his parents and his autism support staff about how they have dealt with many of the issues presented by Curtis’ autism. “We also include writing and quotes from Curtis as well as his artwork. We credit early intervention with much of Curtis’ success so far so get to know the signs of autism for the earliest possible diagnosis, ” said the blog’s author Gregory Ruel. “Feel free to contact us either through comments in the autism blog or through the contact us form on the autism resources page.”
Follow Curtis and his artwork in a blog about autism and learn about struggling living with autism, and find helpful resources to combat it. Contributors to the site include his parents, 1:1 school support and 1:1 home support.
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