Simple, Critical Driving Practices for New Parents by Daniel Sherwin

As a new parent, you know that your number-one priority is protecting your child. You know that amid the sleepless nights, diaper changes and feedings, you will do anything possible to keep your little miracle safe and sound. However, just because you know this doesn’t mean you aren’t vulnerable to making mistakes every now and […]

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Calm, Clean, and Quiet: Creating a Bedroom Space for an Autistic Child by Emily Graham… Photo by Pixbay

    Children on the autism spectrum are, as Temple Grandin put it, “different but not less.” They have their own individuality and identities, their own needs, tastes, and expectations. Creating an individualized bedroom space that suits your child’s personality and meets the needs that are particular to autism is an opportunity to celebrate your […]

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The Link Between Autism and Genius by Alex Schaffer

In a recent study by Yale University, it was discovered that child prodigies like Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein scored high in autistic traits, in addition to having very high IQs. Some of these prodigies boasted enormous skill in science, mathematics, music, art, chess and molecular gastronomy. These traits include elevated working memory scores and […]

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Nightclub For Adults With Disabilities Fosters Love, Friendship And Inclusion… by Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun

BALTIMORE — By the time the doors open 15 minutes early that Saturday night, dozens are lined up to get inside. Women wear wedges and bodysuits that hug their curves. Men sport collared shirts and their favorite sneakers. Some have caregivers guiding them; others need wheelchairs. Many wear the signature T-shirts stamped with the logo, […]

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