June 12, 2008

By Julie Coulter

I recently watched a public television documentary about the life of President Harry Truman.  What struck me the most was his persistence.  As a teenager, he had to work to help support his mother and sister after his father’s economic failures.  In his...

May 12, 2007

By Julie Coulter

Years ago, I was driving our minivan west on Georgia Route 316 towards the orthodontist's office in Duluth with the kids in the back seats when I heard my son, Drew, say, “Mom, I have a gum wrapper stuck up my nose.”   Staying focused on keeping the car...

August 25, 2005

By Julie Coulter

We just took our son, Drew, who has Asperger Syndrome, back to college for his senior year. Time has really flown. It's hard to believe he'll graduate next spring. Preparing to take him back to school this year was easier than getting him ready to go hi...

October 16, 2004

By Julie Coulter

Many students with special needs may have trouble seeing themselves as employees or understanding an employer's expectations of an employee. Students with special needs can learn how to work effectively and can succeed in the workplace.

During high schoo...

July 15, 2004

By Julie Coulter

My husband and I began a new phase in life last fall as our son left home to attend college. After struggling with ADD and Asperger Syndrome through special education programs in a mainstream environment for 13 years, he had graduated from high school s...

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