What is it about autism and trains? We know it’s not just our son because we keep meeting other children – and adults – on the spectrum who are so fascinated by them.
This post is from Mama Fry. This blog was originally posted on her blog "Autism with a side of fries" here.
The Your Dollars @ Work post below was written by Serena Selkin, Autism Speaks Assistant Director of Grants on the Family Services team. Serena attended a training this week on transition services for the Chinese community hosted by a 2013 Autism Speaks grant recipient.
Post by Rachel Harrison of NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, the home of the ASD Nest Support Project. The ASD Nest Support Project provides training, professional development, and on-site consultation for educators in the ASD Nest Program, New York City’s inclusion program for students with autism spectrum disorders. For more information, click here.
In this post, Catalina Martinez shares a short story about her son 21-year-old son Joshua and her family's journey with autism.
This short story is about my 21-year-old son Joshua Martinez Jr and our journey as a family with Autism.
This Your Dollars @ Work post features Have Dreams Film and Multimedia Camp, a recipient of one of this year's Autism Speaks Baker Summer Camp Program grants. This blog post was written by Kathryn Born, Instructional Designer for Have Dreams. She designed this course, along with the technology and video game design courses that are also held at Have Dreams. Watch a video from behind the scenes and one of the videos created below!
Did you know that 1 in 17 grandparents are affected by autism? September is National Grandparents Month, a time to acknowledge and appreciate grandparents and all of the love and support they bring to our lives. Grandparents often play very important roles in the lives of children with autism.