Autism Around the World in China and Brazil

Off the American Speech-Language Association’s website there is a free, web chat available ( that at first may appear like an audio replay but, isn’t. It is called, “Autism Around the World: Practice Models in China and Brazil.” I’m pretty sure, some ASD related professionals , or sp. Ed, professionals for other disabilities,  would find Read More

The COP who needs HELP

This cop. Not only considered us lower on the totem pole. But, he also, did what he did out of convenience. Fuming mad yet? Wait till you see/ hear this.  Better yet watch the utube video by TheAdviseShowTV  the titles starts, Cop Arrives to Help Autistic Man;   Extra help-  Cops are trained to be Read More

More ASD Horror’s

Parents of children with ASD. Not only don’t often know whats best for us. But, more often then not can be atleast part of the problem rather then any solutions. This is key as well to keep in mind as there adults as well. Especially because as adults. Despite our functioning. We all have the Read More

SHE needed the help too. Not just for him.

  George Hodgin was 22 years old, low functioning, autistic, non- verbal, and Elizabeth Hodgin’s son.  He was in a program for adults with significant intellectual disabilities. He wasn’t being exposed to the community enough there, so after being there for awhile, she (His Mom) took him out to come back home.  Or so she Read More

The Un-excusable Truths

These posts about the unexcusable truths (There will be atleast a few starting tom) are more for NT’s then those on the spectrum or those with any significant issues with mood, or emotional regulation. If you have ANY of the following diagnosis’s,  Bipolar  Multiple Personality  ADHD Skitzophrenia  Depression  That aren’t well watched and controlled medically. Read More

Free Sp. Needs Magazines

These magazines have digital and sometimes slick magazine, physical versions. Some highlight mostly certain countries services. And 1 is only a slick magazine. I cannot tell you I recommend them (I’m sorry, I only have so much time in a day). However,  these I visually skimmed info about them and the publishers that create them. Read More

April’s posting plan

Autism Awareness month is every year for the entire Month of April. Autism Speaks kicks it off with a blue light, “Shine A Light on Autism” theme. April 2nd. So, I’ve decided to post the following starting next week. Not only due to the month. But, because of the theme’s of this blog. And the Read More

Surfers For Autism- Updated

  Do know someone with ASD and amazing balance? I don’t! But, I haven’t died yet riding a bike! And yes, it’s only two tires. And NO. My balance and proprioception (A Fancy term meaning my body awareness in space- A Sensory issue) is very far from stellar.  Pretty impressive?!  I don’t know. But, this Read More

Handicapped Dancer on Dancing with the Stars!

Do you watch the American Dancing With the Stars? This season I heard, maybe it’s last. Do you know who Noah Galloway is?  If not, you really should. Especially, if you have a physical handicap that makes you either have no fully working limbs. Or your missing some. Learn more about Noah’s full story.  Buy the way, Read More

ASD Women’s Digest, Special

The only worldwide online magazine created buy and for those specifically on the spectrum is called, Autism Spectrum Digest. Fairly recently they published an ASD, women’s empowerment, special edition, digital magazine. However, if you ask me, it’s more like a digital book with embedded links and utube videos. The entire magazine basically interviews 24 females Read More