Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Guest Post DeeAnn from Snippets 'N Stuff

Indecent Exposure

People with disabilities can be quite entertaining and I mean this in the nicest way.

When Cody (my son) was about 8 years old and attending Oregon School for the Blind, he gave his dorm leaders quite a laugh. One morning they were trying to get the students out of bed, dressed and groomed, and to the cafeteria for breakfast. Each student has an I.E.P. with goals unique to the individual. One of Cody's goals was to dress himself. Cody proceeded to undress, but didn't put any clothes on. Because the other students couldn't see his nudity, the dorm leaders decided to see just how far Cody would go without being prompted to dress. They kept asking him, "Cody, did you forget anything?" and he kept replying, "No."! He made it all the way to the door before they stopped him and made him put something on. He would have gone out in the cold weather nude!


sharon said...

Funny Bunny. What a character.

cheartstrings said...

Oh I love your Cody stories. They always bring a smile to my face and heart.

Lynn said...

I missed the first sentence where you said that he was 8 when this happened...ha! Had to go back and make sure it wasn't recently :)

DeeAnn said...

I probably should have mentioned that Cody is autistic as well as blind, but I figured since this IS autism blogs directory, it would be a given. :)

Cindy Golden said...

That story is so cute. The kids can be so funny that's why we love them.

Autism Mom Rising said...

Yikes! Good that he got half of the proceedure, the rest could follow later.

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Unknown said...

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