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Autism Spectrum Disorder

100 Day Kit from Autism Speaks

The Autism Speaks 100 Day Kit was created to help you make the best possible use of the next 100 days in the life of your child. It contains information and advice collected from trusted and respected experts on autism and parents like you.

Autism: Should My Child Take Medicine for Challenging Behavior? A Decision Aid for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

A decision aid can help you work with your child’s health care provider when making important medical decisions. There is not always one “right” choice.  The decision aid can help you understand the possible risks and benefits of different treatments. It will help you decide what is most important to you and your family and help you choose an option. The goal for a decision aid is to help you work with your child’s health care provider to choose a treatment that matches your needs and values.

The Autism Dad Blog

My name is Rob Gorski and I’d like to welcome you to The Autism Dad blog. I’m the father of three amazing kids, Gavin is 18, Elliott is 12 and Emmett is 10. My wife Lizze and I have been married since September 3, 2003. In some ways we are like every other family in the world and in many other ways, we are not. What makes us so unique is that all three of our boys are on the Autism Spectrum. Without question, our kids are truly amazing human beings and better than me in every way. This blog contains thousands of pages and over 12,000 posts. This is the real-life story of a family coping not only with Autism but multiple, very serious physical and emotional health issues. 

Finding Cooper’s Voice

Finding Cooper's Voice is a safe, humorous, caring and honest place where you can celebrate the unique challenges of parenting a child with special needs. You're never alone in the struggles you face. Once you find your people, your allies, your village... all the challenges and struggles will seem just a little bit easier.

 

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