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5 Must-Read Autism Memoirs

Memoirs from Autistic authors provide some of the best insight into the wide-ranging condition and bring a better understanding of what it’s like to live on the spectrum.  Here are five you should check out.

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6 Apps for Autistic Children and Their Families

Those on the Autism spectrum and the family and individuals that provide them care face a number of challenges, from communication and even emotional support.  

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A Library For Every Family

For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, reading can be a challenging job and a public library is not always inviting.  Some kids need a quiet and calming environment, while others need outside stimulation to allow them to concentrate on the task. 

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My Family's Autism Resource

For many parents with children on the Autism spectrum, connecting with resources in your community is key.

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Meet Lisa Price, Founder Of Jack's Place

Lisa Price is the co-founder of Jack’s Place, a Michigan based non-profit organization that provides resources that helps families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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LISTEN: Whitney Ellenby, Author Of "Autism Uncovered: Pulling Back The Curtain"

Whitney Ellenby is many things. A former US Department of Justice, Disability Rights attorney, novelist and proud parent of a son with Autism. 

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New York Red Bulls GM Talks Autism Awareness

Marc de Grandpre, General Manager shares why the New York Red Bulls are hosting an Autism Awareness Match at Red Bull Arena. 

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Creating Normalcy With 'Sesame Street' - Introducing Character With Autism

In 2017, PBS revealed their newest character for the famed show Sesame Street, and she happened to be a 4-year old girl named Julia.

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Reading Your Way To Understanding

“Read to make yourself smarter! Less judgmental. More apt to understand your friends' insane behavior, or better yet, your own.” John Waters, Role Models

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Planning A Future For Your Child

While some families are planning for college, first cars or wedding expenses, the parents of children with severe developmental challenges are worrying about providing for their child’s future after they are gone. 

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