Global Healthcare Conversations with Mieko Perez: World Autism Awareness Day
During the month of April, Autism Awareness month, my cannabis and autism parents will take over my blogs to provide our viewers with a front row view
of being a special needs parent in 2021. Today, we are starting with gratitude. I am grateful to have been my son Joey’s mother, even on the days when I questioned my faith. The day I received this email, it was clear that my son had been training
me for one of the most rewarding titles I hold today, an autism advocate. Read full blog on hopegrown.org.
Our global connection to cannabis as a viable treatment option for persons on the spectrum
Every morning, I start my day with a cup of coffee as
I sort my emails from healthcare professionals ,social workers, attorneys, and families in need according to time zones…so basically, I wake up between 4 to 9 hours behind by default of living in California. When you are a family in need of answers,
time becomes the ultimate waiting game. So, I became the parent I needed when I had to make this same choice for my child on the autism spectrum 11 years ago when he was 9 years old.
The 6th sense I have made my “superpower” is “hearing”
my emails, in the same tone I had when a community of cannabis pioneers answered my calls and gave me more time with my son. Every day I pay it forward honoring my son Joey’s legacy, as I open my emails the global journey begins...Read full blog on hopegrown.org.
Connection, the Parallels Between Persons on the Autism Spectrum and Palliative Care Consumers
..How you communicate with your medical team is key in your healthcare plan.
After receiving credentials in Brain Health, Legal
& Ethical Issues in Healthcare, and Pain Assessment and Management, it gave life to a new tier of important roles for healthcare institutions and licensed dispensaries. I had begun, supporting medical teams several years ago and their patients via HIPPA
compliant confidential consults reaching well over 700 consumer navigation plans. The primary goal was to provide consumer-centered outcomes to promote healthy conversations with medical professionals. Read full blog on hopegrown.org