Never Ends Does It?

It doesn’t matter how well your day is going when you are the parent of an Autistic child there is always something to deal with. When you are the broke parent of an Autistic child the stress begins to pile so high you can’t begin to see the end of the tunnel. There is always something in the back of your mind giving you the nagging feeling that you are forgetting something. I have found that forgetting is not that hard to do when you have almost a dozen different things to give your child each and every day. Then there are therapy appointments and doctor’s visits just to have lab work done because your child is on so many supplements. It’s expensive.

I read somewhere that it costs approximately $50,000 a year to raise an Autistic child. I’m still wondering where that’s coming from. I don’t think we can cut anymore corners but somehow it’s always all right in the end.  I have to gather up all of the little ones supplements so I can write down the names and doses for our next doctor’s visit. I am so confused right now I can’t even find the child’s clothes without going on a treasure hunt in the mornings. I am so far behind and I’m so tired right now that I have no idea what to do.

I used to have a schedule that was second nature and now it’s kind of flown out the window. Oh well, today I will type up pages from old diaries to destroy the paper copies and still have record of things that I need to go read to see just how far I’ve come these last few years. I’m going to get back to work on that now since I latest project is stalled.

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