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    Yadira en el Reino Feliz! Charla con Cristian Suarez papá de Rodrigo - Argentina

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    Familias... momento epico para compartir y escuchar la historia sin precedentes de este padre - Cristian Suarez de Rosario, Argentina - quien desafió lo establecido por la ley y por el sistema médico... ¿Y que ocurrió? Cristian y su hijo Rodrigo son grandes vencedores...
    Cristian comenta:
    Rodrigo es un chico con AUTISMO de casi 15 años de edad. Rodrigo fue diagnosticado a los 5 años en preescolar, porque no se integraba y tenia hiperactividad. Casi de inmediato , conseguimos que le otorguen su certificado de DISCAPACIDAD y automáticamente empezó a recibir 4 hs de Terapias diarias en un Centro psicoterapeútico de mi ciudad.
    Despues de un año de ir a la escuela con maestra integradora y las terapias -- no mostraba ningun avance y nos recomendaron que deje la escuela y empezó a asistir de 9 am a 5 pm a terapias COGNITIVO CONDUCTUALES, al ver que no podía concentrase , le recetaron Risperidona , con el pasar de los años y a medida que crecía , Rodrigo seguía sin avanzar y cada vez consumía dosis más altas de DROGA hasta llegar a los 3 mg de RISPERIDONA. Luego se le agrego CLONAZEPAN ...
    Decido dejar de trabajar , y lo retiro de su CENTRO TERAPEÚTICO -- empezamos a compartir desayunos juntos y poco a poco empezamos a ir a la Piscina juntos para que pueda estar con los profes. Y comienza el gran cambio de Rodrigo al eliminar  - poco a poco - las drogas psiquiátricas legales que tomo por tanto tiempo.
    En cuanto a los avances , hoy habla , piensa siente se expresa. Está aprendiendo a escribir y leer.
    Mas detalles este domingo... no se lo pierdan...
    SIGUE LA HISTORIA DE RODRIGO Y CRISTIAN EN SU PAGINA  https://www.facebook.com/padresautistasenaccion/
     

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    What do you see when you look in the mirror of your child(ren) face?

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    Remember when you were a child and your friends would say you look just like your mom or dad. Then in your teenage years you would say things like I am never going to treat my kids like my parents treat me. Then as a young adult you start to realize you act or behave just like you parents. The one day you wake up as an adult and realize you have become your parents and you are shocked !!! So the lessons you have learned growing up have now become a way of your life. Then you look in the mirror of your child's face and realize that you want to change somethings about you ! What are the questions that start to form in your mind as you look in the mirror of you child? How far from what you taught them have you grown or not? What things do you want to change from the inside out in order to help your children by first helping your self?

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    Advocating Vs. Suffocating: Helping Care Takers Take Care PART TWO

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    In PART TWO of this episode of Foundations, we will explore the difference between "Advocating" and "Suffocating" and learn additional tips on how to reduce stress and enjoy our time with our children or the children we are working with.

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    Bud Veno

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    Stop Fatherlessness

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    Fatherlessness is an epidemic and its time to face it head on. Children who growup fatherlessness take this dissappointment into their adulthood which creates a ripple affect that has detoriated the family structure for hundreds of years. It is time to address the harsh realities of fatherlessness, but also find solutions that will create a better future. Fatherlessness doesn't have a race, but it affects us all. Join us as we tackle fatherlessness one stop sign at a time.