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Calls to Action

Awareness

"Fathering kids on the spectrum is its own type of fathering, one I know well, so here’s to you and your sidekick today."

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"When your child is way behind developmentally, mostly non-verbal for quite a few years and having lots of hysterical meltdowns, even for a professional, it's hard to find the funny in life."

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Graduation season is upon us. Whatever stage of life you are in as you embark on your career in the autism sector of the mental health profession, you have my most humble gratitude and most sincere admiration. You have chosen to spend your life making a difference in the lives of others. And you will...Oh, how you will.

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Students with autism, like their peers, come to school eager to explore and learn. However, they often have trouble expressing their emotions and needs to their teachers and peers.

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"The world can be a kind place, and it starts with all of us. Those of us who have walked the path of having children in special education understand too well how demoralized our children can become."

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"The dangers of elopement will always be there for many of our families, but getting past our own water anxiety as parents and making a commitment to teach all of our kids to swim can eliminate one risk that is a danger for our families..."

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