Oct 3, 2009
Now that the Travolta's came out that their son did in fact, have autism--I thought I'd repost this older post.
I was livid when I found out. Think of all the good they could do for the autism community and the awareness for the rest of the world.
I know it's none of my business. But those of us little people sometimes need a hero.
Here is a link to the foundation they have set up in their son's name. Heroes are better late than never.
Jan 7, 2009
MORE THAN A TRAGEDY
This will be a controversial post, and I mean no disrespect to the Travolta family. I've been thinking--well--wondering if Jett Travolta did in fact, have a form of autism. The family denies it, but that is understandable too. (Maybe they called it PDD-NOS.) The reason for my speculation is this:
-Disconnected behavior in public
-His uncle, Joey Travolta, did a documentary called "Normal People Scare Me" about autism and believes Jett had a form of autism
-Holding his father's hand in public at age 16
-Being buckled into a car by his nanny
-Having a nanny.
These are just some of my observations. I won't bring up their religion, because that will open up a big can of worms