How I’m So Dearly Loved by My Family
I was born twenty-two years ago to very loving parents. I struggled socially, with emotional regulation and with my physical coordination as a young child. I also struggled with intense interests, repetitive behaviors, stimming, taking things literally, one sided conversations, making blunt statements without realizing they were hurtful, and making eye contact when I was young. My parents […]
Meet Marshall with Autism
My name is Marshall, I’m 23 years old and was diagnosed with autism at 15. I struggled throughout my childhood living with a single mother that passed away back in 2016. Also was raised on food stamps and child support. Dad was hardly in the picture. In school, I struggled with building friendships with others […]
My Late Autism Diagnosis
My name is Ashley. My story is unique in that I was diagnosed with autism later in my life as an adult at the age of 28. I’m currently now 34 years old. Growing up for me had its ups and downs. During school, I was bullied by my peers for having to be in […]
Dynamic Leaders for Our Children
My son attends Earl Kitchener Elementary school, a recognized autistic school for their programs and staff. He began this SK year with great anxiety and fear the first week. We walk to school. Approaching the playground of noise and chaos, walking into the gated area to meet his EA and being physically present in that […]
This is true love, acceptance and understanding ! This is my little guy (who lives with Autism) being helped during a time of high stress by a friend at Parry Sound Forest School. His friend took his hand and talked him through a transition with love and understanding. We are so thankful for the love […]
Hope for the Future
“Hope for the Future” is one of the many important themes covered in the video, “Connecting The Autism Community Through Story”. Watch the full video here.
Differences are okay
“Differences are okay” is one of the many important themes covered in the video, “Connecting The Autism Community Through Story”. Watch the full video here.