Autism, Thula the cat, and why Kids Must Move – Stories About Autism

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Iris Grace and Thula, Finding the Way for Kids with Autism:

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Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

     Regular readers of this blog know that I have been following for two years now the home education of Iris Grace, a young girl with autism who is also a spectacular painter, and her cat Thula. This post shares a segment of the book written by her mother Arabella Carter-Johnson. This is a must read for parents of all children, not just those on the autism spectrum. I believe the lessons here apply to all children and their healthy development.

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“Over the last couple of years the story of a young autistic girl named Iris-Grace, with an incredible talent for painting, and an adorable close friendship with her pet cat, has swept across the internet and media worldwide. Her mother, Arabella Carter-Johnson, introduced art as a means of therapy to help with[…]”

Source: Autism, Thula the cat, and why Kids Must Move – Stories About Autism

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

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