This guest post is by Renee Skudra, a mother of a son on the autism spectrum who attends the University of California, Berkeley.
This guest blog post is from Jennifer Smoloff, a mother of two and amatuer photographer. Her daughter Delilah has autism and last year lost a prized possession - her doll Clawdeen. She recently celebrated her 7th birthday and got a big surprise thanks to the kindness of strangers around the world. Read the original story here and check out her special gift in the video below.
This guest post is from Kirk Smith, author of the book Rice Krispi’s and Ketchup: A Comedian’s Journey with an Autistic Child.
This guest post is from Paul Silver, a 25-year-old self-advocate with Asperger Syndrome. Paul discusses Ava's Law, an autism insurance reform bill now before the Georgia Legislature. You can take action to help pass Ava's Law here.
This guest post is from Doug Krinsky, a Committee member for the Columbus Walk Now For Autism Speaks! Have a walk story you'd like to share? Tell us it at email@example.com! Our 2014 walk season is almost underway!
This guest post is from Becky Hall who has a special story she would like to share.
This post is from Autism Speaks Staffer Ali Dyer.
This guest post is from Jeneil Russell, wife of army pilot Brandon Russell, mother of two girls named Rhema and Hope and blogger. Her oldest daughter Rhema is on the autism spectrum. You can read this post on Jeneil's blog Rhema's Hope here.
Brandon is home for 2 weeks. He’s been deployed for 7 months and has 5 more to go. I wanted to tell you about his reunion with the girls yesterday.