October 28, 2013
Pretending to be "normal"

Whether your neighborhood hosted trick-or-treaters already, or is gearing up for the swarm of costumed kiddos later this week, this is a time when many of us celebrate our children pretending to be other than who (or what) they are.  Sometimes the costumes are so elaborate or concealing, we cannot recognize our pals.  And some […]

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January 14, 2013
The Beauty of Laughter

If there's one thing I've learned while parenting two children with autism spectrum disorders, it's that laughter is as important as the air we breathe.  I've encouraged my children to find the humor in jokes and have explained to them why others laugh at certain parts of movies or commercials.  And, as two people with […]

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