They never told me ‘that’ at diagnosis

This post is written by Miriam Gwynne, aka FaithMummy. I discovered her blog a couple of months ago, where she writes beautiful, touching posts about raising, and being an advocate for her twin children, both…

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What having an autistic son has taught me

This post is from Catie, author of the blog Diary of an Imperfect Mum, which I discovered late last year.  Here she tells us what raising her autistic son has taught her.  Dear friend, As it is…

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Being autistic is not bad. I like myself

Today’s post for Autism Awareness Month comes from an inspirational young boy named Philip. I read an article by Philip, published on The Mighty, a few months back, and have been fascinated by his story…

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What I want my son to know when his meltdown is over

(A guest post written by Michelle Myers) To my beautiful boy, You look so peaceful curled up in your bed tonight little man, it’s like the events of the day have washed over you with…

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So what’s it like being autistic?

It’s a question I get asked once in a while. Sometimes it’s a silent question because people think it’s rude to ask, but even I can tell they’re curious. “So… what’s it like being autistic?”…

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