In honor of Mother's Day today we want to celebrate all the amazing mother's out there in our community! We put a callout on Facebook asking what are mother's were thankful today. Here's what some of them had to say...
This post is by Kathleen Lanese.
My favorite word is Mama.
Marianne Sullivan is responsible for Community Outreach and Education at Autism Speaks. She can be reached at: email@example.com
This blog post is by Carrie Cariello.
We asked to hear your story of motherhood and recieved an overwhelming amount of beautiful responses. We decided to compile a list to show just how much you ladies rock!
This blog post is by Ali Dyer, the Social Marketing Manager at Autism Speaks. Her older brother Jeff has autism. You can read more about Jeff and her family here.
“All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” –Abraham Lincoln
Denise Bianchi is an employee for Autism Speaks, assisting the Family Services Department for the Northeast Region, as well as the Communications and Marketing Departments. She is the mother of two children, Danielle, 18, and Andrew 13, who has autism. She and her family reside in Staten Island, NY.
This Mother’s Day, celebrate while giving back! Whether looking for handbags, chocolate dipped berries, floral scented candles, handcrafted jewelry, give your mother – or any woman in your life – something truly meaningful while helping to support Autism Speaks mission.
This blog post is from Marianne Sullivan, RN, MN, Assistant Director of National Outreach and Resources on the Family Services Team at Autism Speaks. Her son Hunter, 20 years old, is diagnosed with autism.