This was originally posted on Huffington Post as 'Eli, Inspiring Boy With Autism, Gives Brave 6th Grade Graduation Speech (VIDEO)'
This post is by Serena Selkin, Assistant Director, Grants and Jordan Litt , Family Services Intern.
This post is by Lou Melgarejo, a married father of three whose eldest daughter Bianca (7) is autistic. In 2011 he started Lou’s Land, a blog from an Autism Dad’s perspective.
This post is by Liane Kupferberg Carter a mother of two adult sons, one of whom has autism and epilepsy. Liane is a journalist whose articles and essays have appeared in more than 40 publications. As a community activist, she has worked with both national and local organizations.
Grandparents often play very important roles in the lives of children with autism. Today we are celebrating Marie Bolden, who reached out to us on Facebook. She said...
'Thank you for your site, I have learned so much, and it really helps to know just how special my grandson Trent really is.....proud grandma.'
Guest post by psychologist Micah Mazurek, PhD, of the University of Missouri’s Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. The center is a member of Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network (AS-ATN). The research Dr.