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Site - autismspeaks.org/blog
About Site - Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of autism spectrum disorder; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.
Site - blog.theautismsite.com
About Site - The Autism Site was born out of the desire to spread the word about the growing number of children and families who are coping with the challenge of autism, and to provide a way for everyone to help.
Site - ageofautism.com
About Site - Original content and news about the autism epidemic from the perspective that autism is treatable. Anaylsis of current media treatment of autism and the environmental causes of autism.
Site - thinkingautismguide.com
About Site - Thinking Person's Guide to Autism (TPGA) is the resource we wish we'd had when autism first became part of our lives: a one-stop source for carefully curated, evidence-based information from autism parents, autistics, and autism professionals.
Site - the-art-of-autism.com
About Site - The Art of Autism is a blog which features first-person perspectives, as well as parenting, therapist, physician, and other perspectives. The Art of Autism believes in empowering autistic people through the arts. Besides topical and informative blogs we offer a gallery of art and poetry and real-life exhibits, neurodiversity panels, and entertainment events.
Site - autism-society.org
About Site - The Autism Society, the nation’s leading grassroots autism organization, exists to improve the lives of all affected by autism. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.
Site - myaspergers.net/blog
About Site - Helping Aspergers Adults Discover Specialized Tools for Meaningful Connection. I’m Stephen Borgman. I write this blog, and I also share social and relationship solutions on my Spectrum Solutions blog for Psychology Today. I think of Asperger syndrome and high functioning autism as being like living in a different culture. Most of society is geared toward “neurotypicals”, who don’t have Asperger syndrome. So, if you are Aspergian or autistic, you may feel as though you’re living in a different
Site - autistichoya.com
About Site - A blog by Lydia X. Z. Brown. Lydia X. Z. Brown (Autistic Hoya) is a gender/queer and transracially/transnationally adopted east asian autistic activist, writer, and speaker whose work has largely focused on violence against multiply-marginalized disabled people, especially institutionalization, incarceration, and policing.
About Site - I am a 24-year-old man with Autism and other neurological disorders. I have created this blog to share personal stories and to teach others about people like me.
Site - embracingthespectrum.com
About Site - I started this blog with the intent to reach out to other parents living with autism and share with them the message that they are not alone in parenting a child with autism. Along the way I've come to embrace autism in my own family and I hope you will too. A blog by Teresa Cooper.
Site - cultivatebhe.com/blog
About Site - Cultivate provides ABA therapy services in Central Texas , serving children with autism and other developmental disabilities . We serve children starting in their early intervention programs, through their high school years. Through our Applied Behavior
Site - stimeyland.com
About Site - Stimey believes rodents are funny, autism may be different than you think, and that if you have a choice between laughing and crying, you should always try to laugh—although sometimes you may have to do both.
Site - notweirdjustautistic.com
Springfield, MO area
About Site - Not Weird Just Autistic was created by author and Asperger's Advocate J.R. Reed. who grew up in a time before there was such a thing as autism or Asperger's. Diagnosed at age 46, he now knows that growing up he wasn't weird, just autistic.
Site - herautism.com
About Site - Different Ways to Amazing Days. What Her Autism is All About To be a premier provider of everyday solutions for autists living in a neurotypical world. To provide a platform and to deliver information and services girls and women living with autism in a neurotypical world.
Site - autismjourney.org/blog
About Site - Welcome to Autism Journey Autism Journey is home for parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder. We provide personal stories and experiences about raising a child with an ASD, as well as quality information, resources and more.
Site - theautisticme.blogspot.com
About Site - The Autistic Me features reflections on daily life with autism from the perspective of a university professor diagnosed with high-functioning autism. Frank and unvarnished, these are one autistic's experiences.
About Site - This is the story of a boy who could not talk, but learned to make his thoughts known by spelling on a letterboard and typing. This is his path from silence to communication. Nothing has taught me more about faith, hope, and love, than being a parent of a child with autism. God is my source of wisdom, but Philip has been my greatest teacher in fleshing out God’s word in my life.
South East, England
About Site - I'm Helen: Autism advocate, psychotherapist, charity founder, author, public speaker and mum to four amazing children on the autism spectrum. The purpose of my writing is to offer help and advice to anyone who needs it, and to be that reassuring voice I so needed to hear all those years ago when my children were small and my world was filled with endless chaos and universal disapproval.
Site - autismmomkathy.com
About Site - Mike and I are the parents of two boys. Andy is 31 and Ryan is 29. Andy was diagnosed with autism when he was 3 1/2. This is our journey through autism: how we coped with finding out his diagnosis and what we have tried that worked and didn’t work.
Site - learnplaythrive.com/blog
About Site - I’m Meg Proctor, an occupational therapist, autism specialist, and feeding therapist. I love helping children with autism and other disabilities participate more fully in their lives. But even more, I love helping parents learn some practical, realistic things to try out during their daily routines. Read our blog to find Up-to-date strategies from an occupational therapist and autism specialist to help kids with autism thrive in every day life.
Site - rainbowsandlighthouses.com
Scotland, United Kingdom
About Site - Sharing my experiences trying to be a Lighthouse for my little Rainbow. My amazing daughter was diagnosed with Autism in March 2017. Join us on our journey.