Monthly Archives: January 2016

What I’ve Learned

I recently read a blog by a mom who looked back at what she’s learned in the ten years since her son received his diagnosis. This made me stop and think. It’s been 20 years now – what have I … Continue reading

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National School Choice Week

We had a new student start last week. On his first day, he announced: “This is the best school I’ve ever been to! And you know, I’ve been to a lot of schools.” Comments like this make me feel so … Continue reading

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Monthly Research Updates

Scientists and researchers are constantly uncovering more information related to autism, offering insights into the origins, possible causes and even at times potential cures. I come across dozens of articles on a weekly basis, some of which seem more important … Continue reading

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Moving Forward

This quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was so meaningful to me, I decided to post it again this year. Our daily challenge is to move forward. Some days it’s easy, some days it is not. But I encourage you … Continue reading

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Organization & Schedules with ASD

Are you one of those men or women who say to yourself, “I really should get more organized?” Then January is the month for you. I recently read that American women spend 55 minutes a day looking for lost or … Continue reading

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National Thank You Month!

January is national thank you month! I was preparing to write a blog on this topic and looked back to January of last year to see what I had written. As I re-read, I thought to myself the blog was right on … Continue reading

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Wandering Prevention

On New Year’s Eve, tragedy struck in Allentown, PA. Every parent’s worst fear: a small, 5 year old boy with autism had wandered off during a family party at the house. Two days later, everyone’s worst fears were realized. Moments … Continue reading

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