Movie Madness and Bonding

Movie Madness and Bonding

http://servuclean.com/about-us/ by | Oct 2, 2015 | " Asockalypse, "Being Charlie, "Keep the Change, autistic spectrum, Birch Wathen, Carrie Schoenfeld, college transitions, GRASP, Lenox, New York, Pope Francis, Putin, school uniforms, TIFF, Trump

      After writing about my twins’ experiences making movies—Sarah as leading lady in Keep the Change and Max as co-author of Being Charlie—you’d expect me to change my focus back to real life dramas, right? Not so fast, as it turns out.  Coming back to earth from...
Double Feature – Different and the Same

Double Feature – Different and the Same

order accutane online uk by | Sep 25, 2015 | "Being Charlie, "Keep the Change, addiction, AOL, autism, autistic spectrum, crowdfunding, double features, film festivals, movie premieres, Pace, Rachel Israel, rehab, Rob Reiner, TIFF, twins, Vassar

     If anyone had told me that my very different young adult twins would BOTH venture out of our nest into the movie business, I’d have said: “Impossible!”       Max and Sarah are NOT your garden variety fraternal twins, separated only by gender. Sarah’s early...
Red Light, Green Light & Marlee Matlin

Red Light, Green Light & Marlee Matlin

by | Jul 16, 2015 | "Keep the Change, ACLU, actors, autism, autistic spectrum, Captain Hook, disabilities, Dustin Hoffman, love, Marlee Matlin, neurotypical, Quasimodo, Rachel Israel, Rain Man, Seed and Spark, villains

     Remember the child’s game, Red Light, Green Light?  A leader turns his back on a group of friends and calls out “green light;” then the kids run forward from a starting line until the leader says: “red light,” and everyone must stop. Anyone caught still moving is...
The New Normal – Is Neurodiversity Next?

The New Normal – Is Neurodiversity Next?

     Last week the Supreme Court voted 5 to 4 to legalize same sex marriage, granting homosexuals multiple civil rights that heterosexuals have enjoyed since the United States declared independence from Great Britain.  Finally gay men and women are free to marry...
A Change Worth Keeping

A Change Worth Keeping

             Q: What do people with autism want out of life?          A:  Love and acceptance.       What people on the spectrum want is what EVERYONE wants: a fighting chance to succeed in life.  All parents hope their kids grow up and are able to leave the family...

Raising Baby – Roller Coaster Ride Q. What could be more thrilling (and exhausting) than giving birth to the next generation in the form of your own flesh and blood? A. Raising that son or daughter, of course.        Unlike all other creative projects, raising a baby...

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