Motivational Monday – Top 10 Autism Friendly Employers of 2019

What about Kids with Autism after high school? Is the world ready?

As a parent, you’ve likely spent a lot of time pondering about your child’s future. Indeed more if your child is on the spectrum. The most common questions are-

  • Will he be independent?
  • Will he pay his own bills?
  • Will he ever be employed? so on and so forth.

As I was doing my research on these questions, I came across an article that gave me a ray of hope and motivation to strive harder for my son. Hope this article motivates you all too. Read More »

Autism awareness for my Family and Friends – 1 statement that I don’t want to hear.

It is never too late to expand the mind of a person on the autism spectrum.

Dr. Temple Grandin

April is Autism awareness month. Today, I would like to use this platform to raise awareness for my family and friends. I also take this opportunity to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism.

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Motivational Monday – Florida Woman with Autism Becomes a Lawyer

To accomplish great things we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan but also believe.
– Anatole France

believe

I have always understood that when you view a bigger picture of your future, subconsciously your mind will begin working towards your goal. Hence I am always admired to know about the people who were never worried about their inability and progressed ahead to chase their dreams and accomplish it.

It was commendable to read about Ms.Haley Moss who has given hope and strength to many parents like me.

https://people.com/human-interest/florida-woman-autism-becomes-lawyer/

 

 

How do you keep yourself motivated?

 

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The road to Autism cures: 4 essential steps to take right now

When your child gets a diagnosis with autism, you are overwhelmed and clueless. What next?Read More »

3 benefits of accepting your child’s autism ASAP

So, your child has been diagnosed with Autism by your doctor or you might have found that something is just not right with his/her milestone. You suddenly feel like a big jolt right? Or you may be saying to yourself, “it’s probably nothing, he/she may be sick, after two days he will be fine” but then after two days, the situation is the same.

Now, what do you do? Google immediately to find out if there is a quick medicine or get depressed thinking about the child’s future and shut yourself in a cocoon?

3 benefits of accepting your child’s Autism ASAP

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