This guest Q&A is with Wendy Fournier who is the founding board member and president of the National Autism Association. Her youngest daughter Aly, was diagnosed with autism in 2002. Hi Wendy! Can you tell us a little bit about how the National Autism Association first came about? Hi Kerry! NAA was founded in 2003 [...]
This guest post is by Demecos Hill, a young teen on the autism spectrum who is applying for our Spring 2017 Making a Difference Autism Scholarship via the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference. You can read more about the organization and how to apply for our scholarship here. I realized that I was different from other [...]
We are inspired by this autism advocate and super sibling! Miss Concord United States, Marcie Renae Trivette, is in the running for the Miss North Carolina United States competition in Charlotte, NC on January 27th & 28th, 2017. Last year, Marcie was crowned Miss Concord United States 2016, an honor owed to her beauty both [...]
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This guest post is by Mary Ann Bennett, Chief Operating Officer at Springbrook Behavioral Health which has centers of excellence behavioral programs for children and adolescents with autism. She is a nurse and has helped design the programs at Springbrook with a team of experts. I am also a mother of special needs children and started [...]