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

Friday, May 13, 2011

ASD More Common says new study in Korea

A new study of Autism prevalence is gaining international headlines. Study shows 1 in 38 children, that's 2.64%, of kids they studied had Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD. They also found more than two-thirds of ASD cases in the mainstream school population unrecognized and untreated. This leads them to believe Autism prevalence estimates worldwide could increase when a comprehensive approach in used to identify children with ASD. Currently, ASD is diagnosed in one in 110 children in the United States, specifically one in 70 boys. Autism is a complex neurobiological disorder that inhibits a persons ability to communicate develop social relationships, and is often accompanied by behavioral challenges. The prevalence of Autism has increased 600 percent in the past two decades. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls Autism a national public health crisis-the cause and cure unknown.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

NMNO Supports Autism Speaks

Tonight is National Mom's Nite Out! National Mom's Nite Out is the first national organized celebration of motherhood, intended to bring together today's moms, Physically and Virtually. They have chosen to support Autism Speaks this year! Have a great night out, to all moms with and without Autistic children. All moms deserve a night out on the town. We all can use a little break from our Children to let our hair down and be ourselves for an evening out with family or friends. Have a relaxing, exciting, happy, National Mom's Nite out!

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

My New Children's Book About Autism

Hello Everyone, I have written a new Children's Book about my daughter Alanis who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. This book is about my daughter's day to day routine and challenges with Autism. Alanis shows you how she overcame some of her difficult challenges that she deals with each day. My family is very proud of her because she has come a very long way. There are many families and children faced with challenges and diversities, who can relate to Alanis' story. With Prayer Love and Patience, it makes your journey so much easier in life. My Book is now avaible at It will also be available at Barnes &, in a few weeks. God Bless!

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

Anxiety in School- Real look

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


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

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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