The frustrations, conundrums and joys of raising a “weird” kid
It's hard enough figuring out how to parent children who have come to be known as neurodiverse. The behaviours can be troubling and hard to fathom and so can the shifting labels. This is the complicated world that Emelia Symington Fedy inhabits, where labels close doors -- and open them. Her essay is called "All the Little Weirdos."