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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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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5 Steps to Empowered Special Needs Parenting

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Very few things will ever change your life as profoundly as having a child with special needs. Nothing prepares you for it because everything you ever imagined about parenting becomes useless.   When my oldest son was diagnosed with autism, Read More …

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Autism in Africans

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  I can still remember the man’s exact words: “how can I tell them, they wouldn’t understand”. They, were his brother and family members living elsewhere in Canada. What he couldn’t tell them was that his son had autism. I Read More …

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To Myself on the Day of My Son’s Autism Diagnosis

Have you ever wished you could go back and give yourself some pertinent advice at an important stage in your life? What would you say to your old self? Here’s what I would have said to myself the day my Read More …

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