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A Life-Changing Year

This is a blog post by Shira Roth, the mother of two boys, Evan (age 4, PDD-NOS) and Noah (age 1.5).

On October 13th we'll be celebrating four years of our amazing and very special Evan. But this October marks anothe... More...

Helping Your Teen Cope with an AS Diagnosis

Dr. Michael Clatch received his Bach... More...

Join Us for a Technology and Autism Webinar Series

Join us for Autism Speaks new Technology and Autism Webinar Series. Each webinar will offer a technology topic presented by experts that is targeted toward a family&ndas... More...

Top 8 Autism Therapies – Reported by Parents

This blog post is by Eric Peacock, MyAutismTeam

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Seeing the World Through Martin's Lens

This blog post is by Matt Ramirez who is happily married with two beautiful children. When not taking pictures, he manages the global instructional design team for a large bank.

I never expected that photography would be an activit... More...

Learn From My Mistakes

This is a blog post by Marianne Sullivan, RN, MN, the Assistant Director of National Outreach and Resources at Autism Speaks, and the mother of an adult with autism.

My son Hunter is a 20-year-old adult with autism. From age two wh... More...

Matthew and Me

Jennifer Toscano is an aide at a private school for children with autism in New Jersey. With 6+ years working in the special education field, Jen has been exposed to a number of unique opportunities and experiences. Jen has created great relat... More...

A League for Everyone

This blog post is by Phyllis Raja. She left her career in technology in the financial district once sher started her family. She have three boys..."my three sons", Adam age 11, Alex age 10 and Byron age 8. Both Adam and Byron are &qu... More...

Alex's First Day of Middle School

This post is by Deirdre Legge, Greater Boston sub-committee chair for Community, Education, and Awareness and proud mother of Alex.

My son started middle school today and well, I am happy to report I survived. So many emotions... More...

Catching Up With Pure Vision Arts

This blog post is by Penelope Anderson, Administrative Assistant. Penelope has worked with non-profit organizations for over 20 years and joined Pure Vision Arts in 2009. A couture and children’s clothing designer, she has volunteered wi... More...

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