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Autism Central Turns 1 Today

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It’s been 1 year since I launched Autism Central! Since then things have changed a little but I hope you have enjoyed the overall experience when you come to the site. If there is anything you want to see changed, added, etc. please let me know. I am more than open to suggestions and love [...]

A Mother’s Day Thought

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What day is today? Today is Mother’s Day! A little Full House reference to get this post started. So, it’s Mother’s Day. Where does one begin when writing about mother’s day on an autism website? Firstly, I am not a mother. Well, my dog would be pretty upset if she knew I just typed that [...]

Welcome to Autism Central

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Welcome! Hi! My name is Danielle and I am the creator of Autism Central. One morning while getting ready for work, when I do my best thinking, I started thinking about creating a website for people with autism and caregivers/parents of people with autism to come and share their stories and get advice from one [...]

Write for Autism Central

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With the site growing at the rate it is, our readers will expect more content (as they should!). So we need some help. If you have anything you want to share about autism spectrum disorders – be it your own personal experiences, medical/political items of interest, or media related – we would love to share [...]

Vote Now! How Would you Change Autism Central?

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We’re still a work in progress here at Autism Central and are continually trying to think of new items to add to the site. We want to hear from you, the audience, what we can add to make Autism Central a better experience. Please vote using the poll below and add some more feedback and/or [...]

A Day in the Life Of

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Autism Central is piloting a new series called “A Day in the Life Of…”. We are looking for you: moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers, educators and the like to share with us a typical day (is there such a thing?) as someone who lives or works directly with a child on the Autism Spectrum. We can [...]