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"Celebrate every victory no matter how small or large. Most important of all, love your child for who they are in their core of being, find that spark in their spirit and kindle it constantly.."

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In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, author and autism mom Mary P. Miller shares five lessons she's learned as a caregiver on her now 46-year-old son's journey from infancy to middle age.

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For all that the coming year will bring, we’ll be by your side. Loving you. Believing in you. Learning from you.

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Partnered with Autism Speaks, Food for Good Thought has hired 20 Consultant Pairs across the country to mentor our autism community in pursuing innovative employment opportunities. A vocational mentorship service fueled by persons with autism nationwide to create a Unique Chamber of Commerce that assists persons with ASD on their career trajectory!

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I’ve learned that living on the autism spectrum requires me to have support. I can’t run my race without support. My wife is committed to helping me navigate social situations by helping me feel safe, feeding me cues and clues, and recognizing when I am beginning to feel overwhelmed and stepping in to give me some relief.

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In this post, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month, blogger and mom of seven Lisa Smith shares a list of the things that help her to be the best caregiver she can be in hopes that it might encourage others to be the best caregiver they can be.

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Scott Monette, inspired by his son Matthew, has started a business dedicated to creating employment for people on the spectrum and others with disabilities. In this post, Scott offers up ideas on what you can do to help adults with autism find the jobs that they deserve.

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