top of page
  • Writer's picturedschiller9

When will it end?

Wow, it's 2022 and we are still dealing with Covid and all the things related to this pandemic. Having a child with special needs can add extra stress in these troubling times. When a typical child gets a cold or flu they can tell you what they are feeling or where it hurts. Our son Max answers questions based off of how we ask them, so a lot of the time it is really a guessing game as to what is going on. Is he sick or is it just his allergies? If I ask him if he can taste his food, will he truly understand the question? Now to some this might seem silly but to the parent of a special needs child its relatable. So here in these troubling times we just want to reach out and let everyone know we share in your frustrations and can't wait till its all over so we can jump start A Place for Max!

36 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Being the father of child with autism

Being a father is a job that comes with its own set of challenges and, but being a father of a child with autism can bring a unique set of experiences and emotions. From the moment you receive the dia

The struggle is real!

I wanted to share something I went through with Max recently to try and help those who are new to the world of autism or don't have any experience with it to understand what the day to day can be like


bottom of page