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Remarkable Narrative Illustrates Autism Has No Barriers

The Autistic Author and Animator, A Mother’s View Of A Daughter’s Triumph Janet Walmsley’s daughter Jenny, diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), faced many challenges on the way to reaching her dream of becoming a professional animator and published author. This heartfelt story relays the importance of perseverance, courage, being positive, and strength within a… Continue Reading

A Spot on the Wall

A Spot on the Wall

When a clinician writes a book about autism, it is based only on his practical experience with a client.  When a parent/educator writes such a book, it is based on a lifetime of memories and real life experiences complete with the surprises and shocks as well as the joys and heartaches of each.  Rarely does… Continue Reading