Awareness

Christopher Chapman, A Face of Young Adults with Autism

This post is by Dee McVicker, of Exceptional Minds

Meet Christopher Chapman, the new face of young adults on the autism spectrum. He’s talented, involved and living life to its fullest potential as a student at  Exceptio... More...

Supporting Children with Autism, One Event at a Time

This post is by David Stynchula, Founder of The Stynchula Family Foundation.

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Supporting Children with Autism, One Event at a Time

 

This post is by David Stynchula, Founder of The Stynchula Family Foundation.

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NBC's 'Parenthood' 'I'll Be Right Back' Commentary

In this episode of NBC's Parenthood, the Bravermans face two high stress events. The first being Kristina's surgery for breast cancer, which has shaken the entire... More...

A Day at the Races

This post is by Ann Gibbons, autism mom and executive director, Autism Speaks National Capital... More...

2012 Halloween Photo Contest

It's that spooky time of year again when the ghouls and goblins come out of hiding! We love seeing the creativity of the community during holiday seasons, especially Halloween! We'd love to see photos of you and/or your loved ones on the a... More...

Amy Gravino's Take on 'Night of Too Many Star's'

This blog post is by Amy Gravino, a certified college coach for individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, and the founder of A.S.C.O.T (Asperger's Syndrome Coaching and Other Techniques) Coaching, LLC. She is also a seasoned public speaker... More...

Where Does Self-Advocacy Begin?

This blog post is by Sara Winter, a classroom aide to kids on the autism spectrum and the founder of Squag.com. She is passionate about creating opportunity for underestimated kids and writes about her experiences w... More...

Autism and average and schnooks, oh, my!

This post is by Allison Ziering Walmark.

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Aspire

This post is by musician Matt Milgliorino. You can find learn more about Matt and listen to his music here.

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