About Me

29074_400110243087_2018252_nI’m a father of a 13 years old boy suffering from severe autism spectrum disorder. This is our story about how we utilized Geocaching as a catalyst to first break out of a the psychological prison that we built around ourselves and later to challenge ourselves to dare more in order to discover our limits and take back some of all the things we never thought we would be able to do with our kids.
If you have questions, want to discuss autism spectrum disorder or geocaching or anything else just write a comment, send me an e-mail at galdrin@hotmail.com or contact us through Geocaching.com where out nick is Galdrin.

3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Insung says:

    Hi! I enjoyed reading your stories with your son. Since I have an autistic sister, I could relate to your story. For instance, telling what she wants by writing on paper or ipad (like your son). My sister is not non-verbal but she does that to make sure I do not forget what she wants. I am glad that I ran into your blog! I am looking forward to hear more stories! Have a great day! 🙂

    • galdrin says:

      Thank you for taking time to let me know you enjoyed reading my blog. I’ll keep updating and bringing stories from my and my son’s adventures. Sometimes often, sometimes more seldom, depending on how easy life is at the moment.

  2. Rob Alfred aka Bigal437 says:

    I just found you blog and enjoyed leaning about your family. I have a nephew who is autistic and I would like to get him out caching. I know he would really enjoy it.Keep up the good work and keep being an incredible dad.

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