Thank you to Jessica Williams for contributing this post. While driving down Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, California, native Swede, Leana Greene, had a vision. Billboards promoting cooking shows surrounded her and she thought, “Why isn’t there a show dedicated to teaching people how
A great resource for parents and educators of teens and kids living on the spectrum. By V.K. Harber April is Autism Awareness Month and Tuesday was Autism Awareness Day. As a yoga teacher I have had the immense privilege of working with children
by Amy L. Lansky, PhD 1. Don’t listen to people who say autism is incurable. Conventional doctors may not understand how to help, but plenty of alternative practitioners are making great strides! Stay optimistic and start doing your research online. A good
This list is a compilation of books suggested by MDC members: The Cutter Incident , Paul Offit Don’t Vaccinate Before You Educate , Mayer Eisenstein Evidence of Harm , David Kirby How To Raise A Healthy Child … Inspite Of Your Doctor ,
We’ve discussed this before, but I think its time to bring it up again. There is a huge misconception of what Autism Acceptance (aka: Pro-Autism) means and what our motivation is that makes us, as parents, choose to accept instead of cure our children.