Consider MY Perpectives when considering what I “KNOW” – “My entire life has essentially been one big misunderstanding about people. It wasn’t that I disliked people or was scared of them but I never got them. I thought other people … Continue reading
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Zac Browser | Zone for Autistic Children ‘The ultimate solution for children with Autism’ Welcome to ZAC Browser – Zone for Autistic Children You have found the best environment on the Internet for your child with autism. Zac Browser is … Continue reading
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Hi5! The Olympic Games and events are an exciting time! It’s a unifying celebration. It’s a global holiday! EnjoyHi5Autism is happy pinning on Pinterest about the 2012 Summer Olympics in England, the World Games for Special Olympics, as well as, the ParaOlympics! Enjoy … Continue reading
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aha moment – A moment of clarity, the aha moment is a defining moment where you gain real wisdom – wisdom you can use to change your life.
Read about how this father acknowledged his ‘aha moment’ which led to Autism awareness! http://wp.me/p1b3aT-S Continue reading
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Hi5! gobble gobble or vegveg… Autism Speaks asks: “How do you prepare your family, who may not understand your child or teen with ASD, for the holidays?” Kbj Cosse’ -1) Offer explanations, not excuses. 2) flip the? HOW DO WE … Continue reading
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