In Their Own Words

My Autism Walk

There came a day when I decided to walk, I thought it would help my brother talk.

I heard my mom speaking and so I listened, Would it be the cure, is it what's missin'.

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My Autism Walk

There came a day when I decided to walk, I thought it would help my brother talk.

I heard my mom speaking and so I listened, Would it be the cure, is it what's missin'.

... More...

The Rewards of Knowing Someone with Autism

This blog post is by Kerry Magro, Social Marketing Coordinator for Autism Speaks. Kerry, an adult with autism, writes about his experiences on the spectrum through his personal blog called ... More...

Investments that Support the Autism Community

Guest post by Gailynn Gluth, founder and CEO of Wynsum Arts, a... More...

Trials and Tribulations

 

This blog is by Robert Louis Milanich, a  21-year-old Senior Musical Theatre Major at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome at the age of eight.

After the horrific shoo... More...

25 Things About Growing Up With Autism - The Sibling Redux

This blog post is by Ali Dyer, the Social Marketing Manager at Autism Speaks. Her older brother Jeff has autism. 

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‘How Wonderful the Unknown Must Be’: A Letter to my Brother

Caroline McGraw is a would-be childhood paleontologist ... More...

Autism is Not a Shameful Secret

This blog post is by Jaqueline Laurita and was originally published here on Parenting.com.

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There is no such thing as false hope. There is only hope.

This is a guest post by Annie Waters. She lives in the Northeast with her son, daughter and husband. She still helps families “on the journey” whenever she can and will, when the time is right, help her son understand his history a... More...

Welcome to the Club

The author of this post is Jess, who can be found at Diary of a M... More...

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