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Thanksgiving and Autism: Coping with Family Hubbub and Limitless Food

This teen with autism loves Thanksgiving, but needs help avoiding emotional meltdown and gorging that ends in extreme stomach upset

“We have a big extended family full of good cooks. So Thanksgiving is a big deal. Unfortunately it often doesn’t end well for our 13…

VIDEO: Boy With Autism Finds Comfort in Singing

"When he gets up and sings it is an incredible moment! We are so proud of him and you can just tell that he feels amazing when he sings!"

 

This guest post is from Natalie Squibb, whose son Aiden Mondor, 11, has autism. Aiden has found a love for singing that …

How Lunch Buddies Helped My Son and his Classmates

In this post, mom Lisa Smith discusses the Lunch Buddies program she started at her son's school and how grateful she is to his peers and teachers who have worked to make the program a major success! "I thank these students for being kind to Tate and for making his l…

Battle of the Classes, Autism Speaks Wins

This blog post is by Alison Dyer, Assistant Director of Grassroots Development

“The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.” - Abraham Lincoln

Mepham High School is a truly special place. The energy there is positive and liber…

Autism Moms: 5 Ways to Take Care of YOU

"The time to start taking care of yourself is now. Especially with the hectic holidays approaching with lightening speed."

 
This guest post was written by Chrissy Kelly, a mom of two boys with autism. You can read more about her and her family on her blog…

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Revere SEPAC are EXCITED

June 11, 2014!

The Shut Up About Your Perfect Kids

authors Gina and Patty have their daughters hitting the road, and Revere is their first stop! We present the Shut Up Daughters! They will speak about their road to college. More information to follow! So mark your calenders!  

 

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Greater Boston Walk for Autism

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Photo: It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism! ❤️ 

It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism!

 

 


 

 

 


 


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