My name is Tanya Savko. I am a writer and the mother of two sons. I am also the southern Oregon chapter rep for the Autism Society of Oregon.
My older son, Nigel, was diagnosed with autism at age three, in 1997. Between the ages of three and six he received intensive ABA-based therapy, which I believe was essential to how well he is able to function today. Unfortunately, negative peer...
I am the mother of 4 girls, my oldest being a teenager with severe autistic spectrum disorder, severe-profound cognitive impairments, and a seizure disorder. Though currently I am a stay-at-home Mom, (and aspiring writer) I have my Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology and have worked extensively with the developmental disabled population, with parent training in behavior management , and with...
I am an ADHDer who has worked with autistic children since 1999. I've also made friends with many autistic adults. I'm active in the online autism community and know a lot of autistic bloggers and activists.
I'm trying to get healthy, too!
I am Mike Stanton. I live and work in the UK where I teach children with severe learning difficulties, many of whom are autistic. My adult son is diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. I am a member of the National Autistic Society. I speak and write on autism.
My book, “Learning to Live with High Functioning Autism” is available in a Spanish translation, Convivir con el...
I am a person with a mild autism spectrum disorder and fine motor coordination problem. I blog about current happenings in autism and also exposing all the problems and propaganda with the neurodiversity movement which is against curing autistic persons or preventing persons from becoming autistic
I'm a stay at ome mom of two boys, aged 15 and 8. The eldest is in Judo, Boy Scouts, and is autistic, ADHD, and all that comes along with that. The youngest is a huge fan of soccer and plays brilliantly while learning to be the brother of an autistic individual.
I am an America currntly living in Belgium with my Dutch husband and we have much fun learning to live as a multi-cultural,...
Adversity reveals genius, prosperity conceals it. Seek first to understand, then be understood. The glass is half empty and half full. The grass is greener on the other side. A friend will help you move, but a real friend will help you move a body. That is list of some smart things other people said. In this world of scared, opinionated people, I am seeking answers to questions I have not...
I am the mother of three wonderful children, two are NT one is Autistic.
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