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I am the mother of three high school boys, all with different flavors of autism and anxiety. We live in Seattle, the epicenter for the United States of the novel coronavirus
Time’s Person of the Year is a distinction reserved for a “man, woman, group or concept that has had the most influence on the world during the previous 12 months.” They
Are you Prepared for an Emergency? Preparing Individuals with Autism for Encounters with First Responders
At some point, most all of us will have some interaction with First Responders, whether they are law enforcement, firefighters, or EMS. Unfortunately, it is often during a time of
If you haven’t yet heard about carrying blue trick-or-treat pumpkins and buckets for autism awareness on Halloween, you soon will. The idea is going viral, garnering hundreds of thousands of
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. What started as a week by PACER National Bullying Prevention Center in 2006 has expanded into a national, full month campaign to unite communities
Check out the NEW ShineLight Connect Foundation formed to help bridge the gap in services for people with ASD.