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“To the parents of children on the Spectrum, I implore you to focus on nurturing and supporting your child’s passions (even if they seem unusual, you never know if they may lead to a career) and embracing their individuality and eccentricity, rather than opting to work with a psychiatrist.R…
14.10.2017 · From The Art of Autism
WhatIf we pushed ourselves to create change and invited others to join us to tell a new story?  By Jenny Palmiotto What is my place in this world? What is my purpose? Why Love & Autism? I recently sat down to answer this question. Tasked to write my Love & Autism story as part of o…
25.06.2017 · From The Art of Autism
The story of an Aspie who lives with his grandmother By Tom Clements Whenever I tell people I live with my grandmother, they most likely think I’m a little bit odd. And I admit, they’d be somewhat right in thinking that. At 28 years old, I most probably ought to have found a place of my own to live …
27.12.2016 · From The Art of Autism
Our stories remind one another of our shared humanity. By Debra Muzikar As I was driving home last Saturday from dropping Kevin off to visit his Dad, the NPR radio station played an interview with David Isay, the founder of StoryCorps. StoryCorps is an organization that goes from city to city collec…
05.09.2016 · From The Art of Autism
We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership that will bring The Art of Autism‘s resources in front of The Mighty‘s wide-reaching readership. The Art of Autism will now have a growing home page on The Mighty and appear on many stories on the site. The Mighty is a story-based health…
30.06.2016 · From The Art of Autism
Autism self-advocacy is an art form aimed at accentuating the beauty found in our humanity. Autism awareness and acceptance should be about expanding people’s exposure to the life of autistic people. That can’t be done with statistics; it can only be done with stories and story telling is an art. B…
31.05.2016 · From The Art of Autism
Once upon a time, there was a girl named Clarina. It was Christmas time .She decorated the Christmas tree. So, Clairina thought that Santa Claus will give a present for her. ’’I wish I want a present for me’’ Clairina said. So she took a pencil and paper to write a wonderful letter for Santa. ”I w…
24.12.2015 · From The Art of Autism