Parenting, in general, is hard. We all face struggles. But parenting a child with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) can be especially stressful and challenging. In hopes of raising awareness and better understanding, we polled our Facebook fans to find out what parents of children with autism want you to know about their kids. This is what they had to say.
After a sobering conversation with her 10-year old son, guest blogger Monica Cobis wrote a love letter, in penmanship, to her son for Valentine’s Day. Love letters are tangible symbols of what we feel in our hearts. Monica challenges parents everywhere to do the same.
If you’ve read the book, Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew, you’ll enjoy this blog by Ellen Notbohm, in which she tackles 10 misconceptions about Autism Spectrum Disorders. Reprinted with permission.
No money for a vacation? No problem! We’ve put together a list of 30 fun things you can do as a family during spring break or summer vacation.
Muscogee Moms’ review of the newest National Geographic film, Jerusalem IMAX 3D, playing at the National Infantry Museum. You’ll be inspired and challenged by this unbiased documentary that unveils the city of Jerusalem from four perspectives — Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and secular.
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