World Autism Awareness Day is April 2nd. Here's why it matters. Published March 30 2011
Current statistics say that 1 in 110 children has autism. What is the responsibility of mainstream parenting magazines to publish information about the disorder? Published March 25 2011
From "American Idol" to "Parenthood," real-life people and characters with autism are popping up all over television. How much do these portrayals tell us about what it is really like to live with autism? Published March 18 2011
Sometimes children on the autism spectrum are as vastly different from each other as they are different from typical kids. Mark Osteen's "One of Us" details life with a child severely affected by autism. Published March 10 2011
When Jean had her first child in 2001, "autism" was about the scariest word she could think of. Six years later when her second child was diagnosed with PDD-NOS, a form of autism, she was just happy to have a ...Read More
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