What do we want? Ideal situations for all of our students. When do we want them? Years ago! For change to happen, better ideas have to present themselves. Sure, some school systems are catching on – but sometimes they need a nudge. How do we effectively..
I was born March 14, 1982 in Oakville, Ontario (Canada) and I spent most of my life growing up in Burlington, Ontario. In my youth I was extremely quiet and withdrawn, only really finding personal enjoyment working in solitude creating my artwork. My pare..
My son David, up until the age of 10, knew very few words such as mama, papa, and toy (I know, all kids’ favorite word). At the age of 11 he became high-functioning; he would not stop talking and we couldn’t be happier. He was no longer shy; he co..
I’m Alexander, but I go by Sasha (a salute to my Russian and Ukrainian background). I’m in my early 20s, I’m from New York and I am a recent college graduate, with a diagnosis of Asperger’s syndrome and ADHD, and for many years, I ..
Hi – My name is J-Jaye Hurley and I am mom to a 7 month old baby girl named Reese, and mom to my 7 year old son, Jackson who was diagnosed with severe, nonverbal autism at the age of 2. Jackson’s story is similar to so many diagnosed with ASD. We ha..
On December 7, 2011, Doug and I celebrated Liam’s 1st birthday. It was a fun day that included all the typical birthday festivities: food, games, eating his birthday cake. Liam was a typically-developing one-year-old who was talking and playing. Two mon..
Alexis Wineman’s Autism Awareness & Acceptance Google+ Hangout with AbiliytPath April 29th, 2013 1:00 pm Pacific Time Do you have Autism? Know someone who does? A family member? A friend? Or simply just curious? We will be hosting a Hangout with a p..
Nathan, In support of Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month I want tell you and the world how much I love and accept you for who you are and all that you have to offer. You have opened my heart and mind and given me the opportunity to view people, place..