- from Jeremy
When in the course of Spectrum parenting, it becomes necessary for one people to concoct protective bands around another, and to assume that no amount of watchfulness will be sufficient to prevent escape or injury, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare how in the deuce they came up with such things. That sentence if much better if you read it in the voice of Henry Higgins.
So today we shall focus on the ways which we have had to invent to keep our space monkeys safe. Mechanisms that were not intended necessarily to keep Autistic kids unharmed, but which do. In every case, the solution I will reveal is an evolutionary triumph. That means we tried lots of things that didn't work. Like the other evolution people talk about, it's really all in your mind - these devices exhibit intelligent design. (Comments are enabled below. Fight! Fight! Fight!)
Uncle Jon came to the rescue (not uncommon) with a sillcock blockade of industrial strength. I think it's meant to secure chemical bottles or something. Nobody's getting any water out that thing. Nobody.
website that sells locks for keeping Schedule 1 narcotics away from patients and inmates. Now the fellas have a better chance of busting the door off the hinges than yanking it open by the handle.
Lamont Cranston. We went through a lot of different iterations of jail bed before we found the current one. It's meant for unpopular people to use when they go camping.
Believe it or not, there's more. Come on back for part three. I'm thinking Friday-ish.