Actor Freddie Highmore, star of ABC's hit show "The Good Doctor," filmed a PSA to bring awareness to individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In "The Good Doctor," Highmore plays Dr. Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism.
It's Friday. It's 2:45pm and I'm already waiting outside your day
“How can I help my child avoid meltdowns at the store? Everything is okay with him until he gets into the store.”
Today’s “Got Questions?” answer is by Lucia Murillo
This guest blog post was written by Angela Smith, a mom, wife, student, and driver of “The Struggle Bus,” living in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her youngest daughter was diagnosed with autism in late 2015 at three years old. She hopes that her words will reach and resonate with other families who are learning to view a whole new life, through the eyes of a child with autism.
This is an interview with Coby Bird, a young up-and-coming actor with autism who recently guest starred on "The Good Doctor."
What was it like being on "The Good Doctor?"
I was scared at first. It was pretty crazy that I got an audition for a new show, and that they wanted someone with autism to
This post is by Khali Raymond who lives in Newark, New Jersey. Khali is an author, a poet, and an artist. As a child, he was diagnosed with Asperger's. He's sharing his story with others to give them inspiration and to shed light on their darkness that they experience in life.
Living with Asperger's is not an easy feat. Imagine yourself in a room full of people. All of those people are
This guest blog post is by Nick Wright, Labor Relations Representative in San Diego. He is a dedicated father of two, a daughter and his son Brandon who was diagnosed ASD last year. He is an active community member and volunteer for youth sports programs.
October 22nd 2017 is a day
“We have a big extended family full of good cooks. So Thanksgiving is a big deal. Unfortunately it often doesn’t end well for our 13-year-old who has autism. The combination of family hubbub and limitless food tends to be too much. Do you have some tips for avoiding the usual meltdown and, er, “upheaval.”
This guest blog post is written by Tanis Baldwin. Tanis' son, Alec, is a dog trainer/ handler, painter, musician and athlete. He also happens to have autism.
When he was 2