Lisa: Our story is personal, singular, and, perhaps, familiar. We decided to share it now that Josh, 27, is grown and we’ve all moved from survival to reflection.Josh was the cutest kid, and he was always in trouble.
From daycare through high school, the story rarely changed. School was impossible, breaking routines was hard, and getting out the door in the morning presented a daily challenge.
But getting Josh to do anything physical was a breeze.I should have known my son, Josh, had Tourette syndrome (TS). I taught special education and have a Ph.D.Read more on additudemag.com