I’ve said it before, hearing “The Label” to describe autism really gets on my nerves. Autism is a diagnosis given by professionals to help individuals affected to proper support and different therapies. Read more about the differences, here!
In our house there is a sleep disorder, food aversions and Gastrointestinal Distress.
So, I was excited to read a report today from Autism Speaks addressing these co-morbid issues of autism and addressing autism as a whole-body disorder. Read more about their findings here!
Every Major League Baseball team celebrates autism awareness one night in April. Here is how our special night went celebrating autism awareness near us!Read More
According to the National Autism Society, from 2009 to 2011, accidental drowning accounted for 91% of reported wandering-related deaths in children
with autism. I really NEEDED to find swim lessons for Declan – but where? Here is where we found success!
Recently I was wondering how I could help spread autism awareness to deaf ears. But then another media outlet opened bringing autism awareness to the TV. Meet Sesame Street’s new character on the autism spectrum, Julia!Read More
Recently we took Declan to the movies to see the new Power Rangers movie. I went so Declan could have a good time at the movies. I left with a huge smile on my face for a completely different reason. Find out why, I was smiling here!Read More
Autism awareness is an everyday reality for our family. On April 2 we are excited to spread awareness out for World Autism Awareness Day. Find out why this first step is so important to us, here!Read More
It’s time to learn about autism to start spreading some awareness to gain understanding, acceptance and inclusion! Read about the symptoms of autism, here!Read More
As an autism parent, I spread autism awareness. I also encourage autism ACCEPTANCE. For individuals to try and understand and accept one another, regardless of their differences. Read more about autism acceptance, here.Read More
“He doesn’t look autistic” is a statement we have heard often. Here is what we have learned about that statement through the years.Read More