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  • Hi,

    I’m a Behavior Consultant by profession. I want to share my experience with all the parents who have an autistic child. What is the cause of Autism & family resources. You can find more information on my website (https://www.happytolearnautism.com). I want to share my content with your blog for more awareness.

  • Yvonne Pashua Mwangi says:

    I am a mother of three beautiful souls, my 2nd born was diagnosed with ASD whe he was only 2 years. He is now 6 years and to say it has been a long road is an understatement. I came across your blog because i too i’m thinking of writing as an outlet for all the emotions i can neither contain nor explain.
    Thank you Autism Dad. Your posts give me life every time i read them.
    Keep a

  • Dan says:

    I am interested in getting advertisement options for you blog.

  • Hello,

    I am a graphic designer that recently did freelance work for an urgent care doctor who told me he has autism. I would have had no idea if he never told me. He is like that actor in the TV series ‘The Good Doctor’ that has autism and is a super intelligent doctor. He isn’t Hollywood though he’s real and I feel like if I wrote a blog about him and his experience as an autistic doctor it would really appeal to your readers. I could do like a Q & A where I ask him about his journey living with the disability but also being in such an authoritative position.

    The company I work for is MyID and our product is a medical ID that has an online profile. Many people with autism buy our product so that also adds even more interest for me. I’ve been brainstorming and researching a few potential articles that I thought you guys might like to feature. Would any of these articles be of interest to you?

    The Real Life Good Doctor – Meet Jed Gardner
    The Urgent Care Doctor With Autism
    The Real Life Good Doctor – An Urgent Care Doctor Living With Autism

    If you are interested, please feel free to get in touch. I would love the opportunity to work together to create a great post for your audience. Since I am a designer as well, I could do an infographic or image also.

    Thank you so much for you time,

    Brandon Davies

  • Susan Todd says:

    Alright, this same songwriter/singer as below Lee Mavers wrote some slow, touching songs including “All By Myself” which is covered by a man who can relate. Mesmerizing, reaching very deep, more on youtube- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFCOhLGZl-8

  • Susan Todd says:

    I can’t be certain but one of my favorite songwriters, singers seems to be mildly autistic. He’s alluded to it in interviews. That would be socially, executive function issues to run a business and wanting his songs to be played and recorded perfectly, which only he can hear in his head and has trouble explaining in the studio. He’s bluntly honest which is endearing and sometimes humorous once you get used to it. Any comments? He has a gift. He’s the blond one. What a lovely song he wrote, There She Goes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX9TDQcCyVE

  • Rick says:

    Hey There,

    Hope your days going great so far!

    We represent a client called Guardian Helmets (https://guardianhelmets.com/) they specialize in safety wear helmets used to protect children/adults who suffer from a wide range of mental illnesses such as epilepsy, autism, and seizures. They are the leading protective headgear for the health industry.

    We would love to explore any partnership opportunities where we could do paid promotions to your site/social media platforms.

    Please let me know if you’re interested and I look forward to speaking with you.

    Have a great day!

    Cheers,

    Rick

  • Anthony Toben says:

    I was told my beautiful boy could not understand and could not learn.
    As all of us parents know the heart break that comes with that news the first time a Dr says the word autism…….. So please explain how Joshua build this lego car designed for a 14 year, Joshua is only 12 years old!!!?? And he has built many many more. We all, as parents , family, careers have to keep doing our best, it’s not all going to work, but we must keep moving forward and assist in the ‘writing’ of our loved ones journey! We are all in his together, specially in spirit and thought

    athonytoben@yahoo.com.au

  • Andrew Burgess says:

    Hi there,

    I found your blog after one of my friends shared it with me on Facebook and wanted to run a few things by you. I’m working on a home education project, and I think it’s something you could definitely relate to. Let me know if you have a moment to discuss.

    Thanks!

    Andrew

    * I was having trouble with the contact option, so hopefully you get this! My email is info@futureschoolpr.com