The Autistic Self Advocacy Network is five years old. The organization gathered last week to celebrate their cross-disability agenda, the progress they've made and the autistic community itself. Published November 25 2011
Flummox and Friends is a zany, live action comedy program designed to teach kids social skills. The only problem? It doesn't yet exist. Find out how you can help. Published November 20 2011
"Mapping Charlie" by autistic author Jane Meyerding is a fun, engaging murder mystery. What's more, it's a fascinating glimpse into the life of a faceblind, autistic adult. Published November 8 2011
Born as a reaction to a misguided autism awareness event, Autistics Speaking Day has come into its own as a bona fide movement in the autistic community. Published November 1 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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