Show someone with Autism that you Love them!

Show someone with Autism that you Love them!
Hugs and Kisses to my Daughter Alanis

We As Parents with Autistic Children -We're All In This Together

We As Parents with Autistic Children -We're All In This Together
Come together as a Community

Read My Book-Alanis' Daily Routine on Magicblox!

How to Help A Child With Autism

Explaining Autism to Children: ASD and Me

How to Recognize the Early Signs of Autism

Apps for Autism

Kathy Perry, Jodi DiPiazza Sing at Night of too many stars

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Understanding Children with Autism

When people don't understand about Autism. They talk about children with ASD Misbehaving in Public. There should be more Awareness about the behaviors of Autistic children. If people really knew the frustrations and emotions that these children try to express by acting out or misbehaving they would truly understand. This is their way of communicating and expressing themselves, they don't know any other way. That's why there are parents who are afraid to take their child with ASD Out in public places because, of what others might have to say about our children. I was one of those parents that was afraid to take my daughter out in Public Place because people would stare and scrutinize my daughter, not knowing her disability. Eventually, I overcame that fear of Other people talking and staring at us.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

What About Our Children when they become Adults?

Data shows that 500,000 Autistic children will reach Adulthood in the next ten years. Will there be Jobs and housing for our children? What's going to happen to our children, when we as Parents are no longer here to take care of them? Who will provide for our children (Adults) if there's not enough Jobs and housing for our children?

Monday, April 25, 2011

A Sibling of A Child with Autism....Our Guardian Angel

My son James has always been really good with his sister Alanis who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. Alanis would scream all the time and have her meltdowns. James is younger than Alanis, when she was 4 yrs old and he was about 3yrs old James would say to her.....Alanis would you please be quiet and stop screaming, your giving me a headache. Alanis would look at him and stop screaming every time he said that to her. I was so surprised because when I would tell her to stop screaming she screamed louder. James would get Alanis to interact with him in Playing, social activities on the computer, she started to say words after he repeated the words to her. James was always helping her to get dressed and telling her to put the right shoes on her feet. James was a big help to me and his sister. I told James that he was born to be here for his sister Alanis. James is his sister's Guardian Angel! God Bless my son James!!!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Blogging about AUTISM

I was currently on a Autism Awareness Website and there were so many people talking about their children with Autism and other disabilities. We as parents are all in a race to find a cure for our children. We have found out that all our children that suffers with the same disorders all have similar characteristics. Parents, we feel that we are alone with this complex and fragile challenge that we have to face each day for our kids. We are not alone, we have each other to communite with so, don't be afraid to talk about what's going on in your life.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Early Intervention

It is very important for parents as well as doctors to know the signs of ASD, so that our children can get diagnosed at an early age. Early intervention does help! If you as a parent notice any signs, then you should explain this to your childs doctor but, if he refuses to have your child diagnosed take your child to another doctor for a second opinion. Don't take No for an answer! We all know our children's behavior better than any one else, even before we take them to the doctor. My daughter was diagnosed at a very early age with Autism and she started a program in our community very early. Early intervention did help her overcome some of her challenges with Autism. I will say it does depend on The Programs, The Environment for our children, The Appropriate and Educated Staff. There's a lot to be considered for our children. Keep Praying for Our Children!! God Bless!

Monday, April 11, 2011

Come together as a community of people to talk to one another about your child. What your child might be going through at this time in their lives. It's not easy being a parent of any child, We as parents may want to talk to someone that's going through the same thing your child might be going through. Since I have been leaving comments on different Autsim Awareness websites and other blogs, I have chatted with so many people from around the world from other Countries, Cities and states. The Parents pretty much say the same things that I speak of about my daughter. I spoke to a lady named Martha in
Africa that has a 4 yr old daughter with Autism, I have also chatted with a lady in the UK named Sarah that has a 6 yr old daughter with Autism. I have recently chatted with a young women from China, she stated there in China that there were
so many Autistic children and Adults with Autism. So, coming together and chatting with someone about Autism could be good for the both of you. I'm always here If someone needs to talk. God Bless!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Autism Awareness Month

This is Autism Awareness Month, Parents get together with other Parents with Autistic children and share your Parenting Skills about the one you love on the Spectrum. We are all learning more about our children each and everyday, we can always use some advice from one another. As a Parent of a child with Autism, My Goal is to Organize Awareness Globally for people to better understand about Autism.  Autism Speaks is a wonderful Organization for people to come together as a community of people to talk about our experiences with our children. We give advice and learn new information about others, no ones perfect that's why we search for these different website and Organizations. God Bless!

Friday, April 8, 2011

New Study Shows

New study shows that a new case of Autism is diagnosed every 15 seconds Worldwide.

Autism Awareness

Being a Parent of a teenager with Autism, My Goal is to Organize Awareness Globally for people to better understand about Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Autistic 12 year-old Interviews his Mom About What It's Like To Raise Him.

Anxiety in School- Real look Autism.com

Famous People with Autism

Maria's Journey about Autism

United Nations is creating a Postage Stamp to honor World Autism Awareness Day

United Nations is creating a Postage Stamp to honor World Autism Awareness Day
What a great honor for Autism!

How Ballet can help Kids with Autism

Pathfinders For Autism

I'm Here, an animated short film about Autism by Peter H. Reynolds

WHAT ARE YOU DOING? A FILM

AUTISM ROCKS-No Strings Attached

Commercial About an Autistic Child

Flyaway a Movie, When Love means letting go of your child with Autism

Wally Promoting Autism Awareness for his younger brother Nicky 2011

Parents Devise GPS Device for Autistic Children

The Talk on CBS with Carly Fleischmann on Autism

Carly's Voice

After watching The Talk on CBS with Carly Fleischmann, A nonverbal teenager with Autism really inspired me. She's a Blessing and inspiration to us all. Because, you don't talk doesn't mean that you don't have something to say.

My Brother Charlie by Holly Robinson Peete

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Holly Robinson Peete explains the important lessons about family, hope, love and tolerance fill my brother Charlie, the illustrated book based on Author Holly Robinson Peete's own Autistic son. She collaborated with her Daughter Ryan, and the uplifting story is told from the sister's point of view.

Kaspar the friendly Robot helps Autistic Kids

United Nations WebCast Solving the Autism Public Health Puzzle- Panel Discussion with Amy Gravino

Kelly Lebrock on Autism

Meet Kelly Lebrock, star of the romantic comedies Woman in Red and Weird Science, celebrity host of Autism Vancouver. Listen to Kelly Lebrock's powerful story behind her passionate dedication to Autism and wellness advocacy.

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