An Autism Mama’s Tears – why some actually taste sweet!

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An Autism Mama’s tears can be translated to a thousand languages. If you’d asked me, I probably would have said that I wouldn’t cry. I’m not normally a crier. I have friends who cry for everything, happy, sad, surprised or Read More …

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Shocked by Brutal Assault on a Man with Autism

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    I am shocked by the brutal attack on a man with autism, an innocent victim. I am sick to my stomach. I watched the video in horror and honestly couldn’t believe that human beings could do that, just Read More …

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Autism and hospital visits, how to prepare for success

It’s never fun, especially when it is an emergency and you haven’t had time to prepare.  I recently had to spend a few nights in the emergency department with my son. The first night was out of town, in a Read More …

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Raising Autism Awareness in African Countries

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Autism awareness in Zimbabwe, like in many African countries, is very low.  This is true not only amongst the general population but also amongst professionals who should be trusted to provide guidance to parents about their child’s development. When children Read More …

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When judgement is quick and uninformed.

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I am always amazed when people are quick to pronounce a quick judgement on  something they know very little about. Why do people assume they know way more than they actually do? Who are these people anywhere, the ones who Read More …

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