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“I love someone” with Autism Campaign

Relationships are hard work. Whether it be a romantic relationship, a friendship or familial relationship, they require a mutual understanding and commitment to loving one another. Likewise, loving someone with Autism requires additional recognition in some areas that may not be so obvious. Many people throughout the U.S. have a loved one with Autism. Studies show that it is…

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Let’s Talk Autism: LOVE

It’s February, which we all know is the month of love. Everyone around us is talking about love, chocolates and Valentines Day. This is why it’s more important than ever to discuss love vs. hate concerning your Autism children. Dr. Griffith says, “I feel like this our way of connecting with others….especially when it comes to children on the…

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3 Ways Autism Parents Can Balance Work and Family

The struggle for work-life balance is not a new issue. More moms than ever are in the workforce and faced with the task of juggling a full-time job, while still having the time and energy to be there for their children. Now, parents with Autistic children are many times faced with even more demands, such as attending additional therapy…

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3 Steps to Navigate Autism: A Guide for Parents

Dr. “Ali” Alisha Griffith is an Autism Mom, Communication Expert (Audiologist and Speech Pathologist), Best Selling Author, IGNITE Coach and Transformational Speaker and Trainer. She provides coaching to teach individuals and caregivers how to become effective listeners, foster stronger relationships and get ignited and focused. Dr. Ali Griffith encourages parents and caregivers of children with Autism to take the…

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