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On Grief – Neurotribes Part 3

On Grief – Neurotribes Part 3

Most of us have experienced grief due to the death of a loved one, and if you reflect on the experience you would likely recognize one or more of those stages. In the early days of my journey with autism, grief would not have ever been an emotion I would have acknowledged feeling.

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Perspective from a “mom of” – Neurotribes Part 2

Perspective from a “mom of” – Neurotribes Part 2

“Where were all the children with Autism when I was young?” How many times have you been asked that question? How about, “Do you really think there are more children with autism or are we just calling more kids autistic?” Over the years I’ve never been certain how to answer that question so I would hastily respond…

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Understanding neurodiversity – You Are Not Alone

Understanding neurodiversity – You Are Not Alone

Reflecting on the need for understanding neurodiversity, I’m reminded of a few years ago when I allowed my son and his best friend (who also has ASD) to take our dog down to the beach a few blocks from our house. I came down about 45 minutes later to check on them. After talking to the boys and making sure the dog hadn’t run off, I went to leave. Before I left, an elderly British woman on the beach pulled me aside,

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Light it up Blue for Autism Awareness Month!

Light it up Blue for Autism Awareness Month!

It’s hard to believe April is already upon us. With showers and flowers coming down the pike, that means Autism Awareness Month is here! World Autism Awareness Day is Saturday, April 2nd, but at AHSS we like to make the Light It Up Blue fun last all month long.

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