Star Ford explains the space between behavior expectations as the Joyful Middle and teaches parents how to find and stay in that space with their children.
Lavern Rushin, Matthew Rushin’s mother’s, gives advice to parents who are worried that their children will experience similar tragedy.
This neurotypical mother tried everything she could find for ten years to harmonize her household with autistic kids and an autistic husband. Finally, she discovered something that was better than better.
If you have been using function labels like “severe” and “mild,” or “high” and “low functioning,” it’s time to look at the impact of that language.
Pete Wharmby, a UK English teacher, shares twenty facts about autistic people that society often gets wrong.
What you believe the “autism spectrum” means is not what it actually means. It’s more like…
Autistic people can speak for themselves, and they need your help to go #redinstead this April for Autism Acceptance Month.