March 8, 2013
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He is a Jr. in high school and we worry about how to set him up for success in college and beyond. Plus, the plans & goals we've always had need to change and that change is causing friction. We want Max to be happy, but we struggle as his parents with how to help Max see that we are on his side. He views our thoughts regarding his future to be going against his plans. Compromise is not in his vocabulary at this time.
He enjoys playing the keyboard/piano, world cultures, religions, & languages, Edgar Allen Poe & Shakespeare, and helping me cook.
Let's see how things go at the meeting on Marc 28th. Not opposed, just not sure if this is the right group for us seeing as Max is 17.
My name is Laurel Llanas and I have a 17 yr. old son recently diagnosed with Aspergers. My husband and I are just trying to find a positive social outlet for him and guidance for the future for us.