Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Grandparents’ Connection with Autism in the Family

Grandparents are a vital part of a supportive extended family.  Grandparents can have as hard a time accepting autism as parents do, or even harder since they have less contact with their grandchild, and their acceptance can take longer.  Grandparents … Continue reading

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Involved Fathers Get Results

Male role models are important for children, and boys and girls growing up on the autism spectrum are no exception. Fathers are more involved than ever, and research backs up their impact on children. However, when a child has autism … Continue reading

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Autism and Unemployment

GUY TALK: With Dr. Robert Naseef is  an on going panel-discussions with fathers of children with special needs. Each month there are several participants with psychologist, Dr. Robert Naseef, as facilitator and hosted by Kathleen of AUTISM BRAINSTORM. Sunday, May 15, Michael … Continue reading

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For Mothers Day: Beyond flowers, cards, and going out to eat

Setting aside a day to honor mothers has ancient roots, but true gratitude requires expression .  A mother’s love is boundless, and this is a time to reflect on the sweetest memories of our mothers and grandmothers. Why is it … Continue reading

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