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Holiday Host How To’s: Creating a Welcoming Environment for Someone on the Spectrum

Posted on 10/29/19 in Parent and Caregiver by Milestones

The holidays are a fun time of year for many reasons: more quality time with loved ones, holiday activities, yummy comfort food at every turn... the list goes on and on. For many individuals on the... read more

Poll Prep! Know Your Rights for Election Day

Posted on 10/14/19 in Funding, Benefits and the Law by Milestones

[image:1] New to voting or not sure what accommodations are available to individuals with disabilities? Don't worry! There are resources and organizations in place to help you understand everything you need to know about voting and your... read more

An Autism Perspective on Bullying: Creating a Culture of Acceptance

Posted on 10/14/19 in Advocacy by Nathan Morgan

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a bully as “one who is habitually cruel, insulting, or threatening to others who are weaker, smaller, or in some way vulnerable.” People with autism are all too familiar with that... read more

My Experience at the AuSM Self-Advocacy Summit

Posted on 10/02/19 in Advocacy by Molly D. Dann-Pipinias

Last month, I got to do something I never thought I would be able to do. I got to be in a room with over 150 people like me. I was fortunate to attend the... read more

Living Under the "Double Rainbow": The Colorful LGBTQ+ Community with ASD

Posted on 09/30/19 in Advocacy by Nathan Morgan

“Living under the Double Rainbow” – this is an expression that has emerged in recent years to describe individuals with autism who also identify as LGBTQ+ which stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and... read more

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