Snip Snip and lock after curly lock hit the ground. What a sad day! After living three years, Obi received his first hair cut! Though it was tough to see the hair (and tons of cool factor) leave, he still looks very handsome to me.Read More
Not only does Obi have advocates at school, he has a whole church community (that he helped start) fighting for him. A year and a half ago, we started Kalos Church in a comedy club (no joke) on the Eastside of Seattle (Bellevue).Read More
The best thing I can say about Jigsaw Junction (Obi’s Applied Behavior Analysis School) is that the staff loves him. Amreitha and I feel like we have competent allies helping us care for Obi.Read More
After spending thousands of dollars for the diagnosis, we were unable to find a school for Obi. With the increased amount of ASD, schools were at capacity.
My wife Amreitha and I visited, called and begged schools to let our son in.Read More
Once Obi received his second official diagnosis for ASD, we had the hard job of getting Obi in therapy. Since it was summer, most schools were at capacity or unwilling to take students. Amreitha and I talked to dozens of schools on the phone, filled out dozens of applications on websites, and drove to every school we could find near our home.Read More