Not only is it Autism Awareness Month, but it’s also Occupational Therapy Month. For those of you who don’t know what OT is, Occupational Therapy is a critical part of helping children with Autism. But not only do they help children with special needs, their job also broadens to the elderly who have dementia, Alzheimer’s, or stroke. They sacrifice everyday to help people in these circumstances “get their lives back.” they teach them how to button their shirt, drink through a straw, dance, etc. With special needs kids, they help them color, put a puzzle together, count, do their ABC’s, write, read. The list goes on and on. Their job is not easy, but I guarantee you, not a single one would trade their occupation for the world. So, I want to thank my Daddy and all his co-workers and other OT’s out there who sacrifice everyday to make someone’s easier or better. They deserve this little recognition!