Too many parents blame themselves for their children's autism. It's time to set yourself free.
One of the most popular essays on raising a disabled child doesn't quite match most parents' reality.
Do you have an autistic kid who lines up toys? That's good! Here's how it benefits your kid.
When parents pat themselves on the back for having an autistic kid, how does that affect autistics?
"Developmental delay" does not mean "never." Say goodbye to fear and remember that the future may surprise you.
Why do autistic kids turn away from their parents? It's not personal, and they aren't rejecting their loved ones. Here's why it happens and how to connect.
Parents, teachers, therapists and caregivers may wonder what it's like to be an autistic person with anxiety issues. Today, I talk about my experiences and how to be helpful to someone like me.
If your access to resources is limited, you may be considering self diagnosis. You may worry about whether you can get the help you need. Here's a guide to making the most of a tough situation.