As a mom, it is great to see your children flourish, especially when you see your child struggle. My son Ethan is a great kid. I have shared with you in the past that he has Aspergers, a high function form of autism. He struggles with social situations. Well he had such a huge moment and I thought I would share that with you.
Saturday, April 2nd is the day everyone around the world is encouraged to Light it Up Blue! It is World Autism Awareness Day. Did you know that autism effects 1 in 68 and seems to be more prevalent in boys. In fact it is diagnosed 4 times more in boys that girls. I have a son who has autism and I would love for you to join me as we Light It Up Blue on Saturday, April 2nd.
Nothing is better on a Saturday morning than having pancakes. OK maybe there is one more thing better than that, not having to cooking. Plus, even better you'll be helping out a great cause and that is Autism United. So make plans to take the family out to this awesome breakfast.
Every now and then I learn something new about autism. As I have told you before I have a son living with a form of autism. I don't fully understand him most of the time. I don't understand how one day we can go shopping or go get him a hair cut and he is fine, and another day he has a full on meltdown. Then this video came across my Facebook feed and it all made sense. This is what sensory o
As April continues so does Autism Awareness Month. Each week I have been trying to share with you amazing stories of kids with Autism. This week's story is no exception. I would like to introduce you to the Hepler Family and their son Ethan.
April is Autism Awarness Month. Autism is something that is becoming more and more normal in our children. In fact, 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with a form of autism. So in honor of this month we will have different stories to share with you about some awesome kids.
Today I would like to introduce you to the Johnson family.
Recently the Chili's restaurant chain decided to cancel a planned fund-raiser for autism awareness when customers complained that the group set to receive the donations promotes "anti-vaccination" propaganda.