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Issue 28 – Sharing the Love

Dear Readers, It’s February and love is in the air! As Valentine’s Day approaches one can’t help but envision lovely long-stemmed red roses, exquisite chocolates and maybe a cozy, candlelit dinner. It’s tradition, after all, to celebrate this day with romance. As with any commercialized holiday, however, it’s easy to get a little caught up […]

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Joyful Moments of 2014 – A Year in Review

Iris Grace

By Amy KD Tobik It’s often said to properly prepare for a new year you need to reflect on the past. It’s healthy, they say, to take a take stock in where you’ve been so you can plan for the future. While some days this past year may have seemed frustrating and overwhelming at times, […]

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Winning the Fight for Autism

Winning the Fight for Autism

Every time the professional fighters meet their opponents in the ring and the octagon, they must focus on their personal strengths – from physical and mental toughness to psychological and emotional drive. It’s all about being a warrior. Christian Mitchell, founder and president of Fighting for Autism, feels much the same way. An autism awareness […]

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Issue 24 – Autism: A Family Perspective

  Dear Readers, Everyone has a unique perspective. Whether you’re the type who sees the glass as half empty or half full, the way you define your world depends greatly on how you perceive it. It’s what makes each of us special. This month, in light of our many differences and perceptions, we are publishing […]

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Issue 23 – Preparing for Tomorrow

Dear Readers, Dealing with day-to-day issues can be challenging for families, especially those of us with children with autism spectrum disorders. From the need to balance family commitments, doctor appointments and therapies to the emotional and financial stressors of everyday life, sometimes you don’t have the energy to think beyond the present. This month, we […]

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Issue 21 – Transition Parents Can Make It Happen

Dear Readers, Transitions can be challenging. Everyone experiences some type of major change in life, whether it’s a new job, a new school, or maybe a new relationship. Transitions make us analyze where we’ve been and where we’re going; they make us refocus our efforts, and in some situations, they make us find ways to […]

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