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Autism A-Z: P is for Person First

This post is part of a series for Autism Acceptance Month in which I will be exploring various ideas and subjects relating to autism and being autistic. 704 more words

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Autism A-Z: M is for Meltdowns

This post is part of a series for Autism Acceptance Month in which I will be exploring various ideas and subjects relating to autism and being autistic. 1,035 more words

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One Faith, Many Paths: Trevor Justin Gawthorne

This month for my “One Faith, Many Paths” project, I decided to interview one of the members of my Autistic Christians group on FB. Here’s Trevor Gawthorne from Down Under! 134 more words

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Dear Allies of the Autistic Community

***This post was initially written as part of an educational series for a Facebook group called Autistic Allies, a group about gently teaching allistic (non-autistic) people how to be good allies to the autistic community. 923 more words

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Local News Piece on Julia, the Autistic Sesame Street Character

My son Nicholas, autism specialist and psychologist Dr. Steve Love, and I were featured in this little news piece on WLOS talking about Julia, the new autistic character on Sesame Street. 27 more words

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Awareness Gains Acceptance

April is Autism Acceptance Month.

Autism is well beyond just awareness.  Awareness means we know autistic people exist.  With facts such as:

  • Autism now affects 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys…
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Autism "Awareness" Month...?

I suppose that because I am in school to become a Behavior Analyst, I should mention something about how today is Autism Awareness Day and how we all should “light it up blue!!!11” to find a cure and to bring awareness to the disorder. 994 more words

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