Features
Raising Evan
by Elayne Robertson Demby
Sometimes it’s not easy to understand why autism becomes part of our lives.


Doug’s Aria: A Sister’s Note on Autism
by Katie Harrington
Autism affects the entire family, often in wonderful ways.


Asperger’s Syndrome in Women: A Different Set of Challenges?
By Catherine Faherty
Are women with autism doubly challenged by the added assumptions that society places on the
female gender?


When Dreams become Reality -Living A Self-Determined Life
by Margaret Long
Creating a Self-Determined living arrangement for your adult son or daughter with autism requires patience, hard work and collaboration. Wisdom from one family who has successfully done it.


The Question Boy
by Bain Chadsey
We all have bedtime rituals – some simple, some complex. One father describes the sweet and characteristically autistic bedtime ritual he shares with his son.


Autism Turned Inside Out
by Marlene Suliteanu, O.T.R.
Basic to all HANDLE programs is an inside-out-directed approach that views behaviors as manifesting core neurodevelopmental differences that respond to treatment.


Autism Around the World – France
Every Good Gift and Every Perfect Present Comes from Heaven
by Li Li Chevreuil
Seeing the perfection in our children with autism, just the way they are.


Thanks, Mom: What My Mother Did Right
By Frank Klein
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank my mother, who did not seek intervention for my autistic traits."


Talking with Pictures: How David Found His Voice
by Liane Gentry Skye A story of success using The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).

Autism in Perspective
By Barbara Bucknam, MD
The tragic events of September 11th changed one mother’s view of autism.


Pro Baseball’s First Autism Awareness Day
By Lawrence R. Jones An historic day for baseball and autism.

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