Posted June 25, 2019 in Articles
I was a regular parent, but now I’m special. Lots of qualified people tell me so. First the pediatrician, then the school psychologist and speech pathologist. Even a stranger in the grocery store parking lot pointed it out by stopping her car, opening her window and directing me to the nearest hospital, because that’s the solution the mother of a toddler in sensory meltdown (not to be confused with tantrum) wants to hear.
Finally, a neurologist confirmed what I already knew — I’m special. Actually, my child is. So that makes me a special parent. Some use the term “special needs,”... read more
Posted June 14, 2019 in Articles
Autism and the arts
An exhibit with works by autistic artists accompanied the National Autism Conference this week in Cleveland. News 5 Cleveland
Posted June 11, 2019 in Media
Posted June 11, 2019 in Articles
CLEVELAND — The National Autism Conference kicks off in Cleveland today.
Milestones Autism Resources says its annual event brings together 1,200 professionals, parents and individuals with autism for speakers, networking and support.
New this year, there will... read more
Posted June 05, 2019 in Articles
Manufacturing companies always figure it out. Whatever “it” is. Whether it’s new ways to produce products, new ways to lessen their environmental impact or new ways to employ talent.
Their spirit, enthusiasm and “can do” attitude... read more