If two people do something in tandem, they do it together.
A lot can be accomplished when we work this way. A nine year-old boy with autism can zip line in the Smoky Mountains – in tandem – with his father. Or he can enjoy the adventure of white water rafting – in tandem – with his family.
I think you get what I’m talking about. Children with autism can go far (and high, and fast) in life, with our help. They will soar above their disabilities as we get “in tandem” with them.
Are you willing?