An Open Letter to Parents of Children with Autism – Anita Lesko

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Dear Parent(s) of an Autistic child- I am writing to you from my heart, and I truly hope you will listen closely.  I went the first fifty, yes, FIFTY years of my life NOT knowing I’m autistic!  Oh, I knew Read More

A Letter I Would Have Written for My Parents When I Was Still Nonverbal

Monday, August 1st, 2016

  This guest post is from Kerry Magro, a 28-year-old adult with autism who has become a national speaker and best-selling author. Magro is also on the Panel of People on the Spectrum of Autism for the Autism Society.   Read More

How To Prepare Your Home For Summertime Safety With A Child On The Autism Spectrum – Guest Writer Sean Morris

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

Summer days are what most kids look forward to during the school year, but for parents, warmer months can come with a new set of challenges. For families that include children on the autism spectrum, it can be difficult to Read More

Children with Autism & Hypersensitivity – Communication Tips to Help

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Do you shriek when you hear fingernails scrape across a chalkboard? Do you feel icky wearing soggy clothes after you get caught in a rainstorm? If these types of situations make you feel uncomfortable, you’ve experienced a kind of hypersensitive Read More

Holiday Reflections

Friday, December 25th, 2015

Lee Passehl was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and was diagnosed with autism at age three. In 2008, he moved to Southern California to study Japanese at Irvine Valley College in Irvine, California. In his spare time, Lee enjoys blogging for Read More

1 2 3 10