My son, Tariq, is turning 40 this November. He is autistic, as well as nonspeaking, and he has a severe intellectual disability. Like many other
COVID-19 presents huge challenges and added layers of vulnerability for children and adults with autism and other special needs and their families. Some experience more
In the middle of the night, I toss, turn, and wonder what bad news I’ll hear or read in the morning. I breathe slowly and
It’s been a week where our lives have begun a huge transition to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. As individuals, families, communities, and societies we
In celebration of Autism Acceptance Month, join us on Thursday, April 2nd from 6:00 – 8:00 PM for a forum and panel discussion with Drs.
It has been a common belief, fostered by autism research, that autistic people have a condition referred to as mindblindness; simply put, they are assumed