How congregations should handle autism.

Dan at Necessary Roughness has a helpful post for congregants looking to help families dealing with autism and the challenges it poses for worship.


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How congregations should handle autism. — 1 Comment

  1. As a parent of a son recovered from high functioning autism, my problem was never with the church, but the school attached to the church. The teachers need to be educated as to how to teach these children. They are not “bad kids” that need to be driven out of the Lutheran schools into the public schools. The higher functioning kids merely need some minor accommodations to be able to function in a normal classroom. Jesus didn’t say “Let only the normal little children come to me”. He went to great lengths to fraternize with the rejects of society. Our sinful nature puts us all that in boat. None of us is perfect save Christ.

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