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Why the Pandemic Was the Perfect Time for My Autistic Son to Start a Business

March marks the one-year anniversary of my son Dominic being home full-time from school. When the pandemic started, I was very optimistic and thought it would only last a few weeks. Little did I know it would still be raging on a year later.

It has been a bit of a learning curve having Dominic here and my husband working from home (the hubby likes to call it a “preview” of what it will be like when he retires!).  We have worked out a good system so one of us is always home with Dominic. He can’t be left alone because of his complex partial epilepsy. He has had six seizures since the pandemic started; the most recent one was at the beginning of January.

Since we have hadlots of extra time in our schedule, in June of 2020, we went from

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March marks the one-year anniversary of my son Dominic being home full-time from school. When the pandemic started, I was very optimistic and thought it would only last a few weeks. Little did I know it would still be raging on a year later.

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