Vogue business had this nice take on neurodiversity:   Nice to see some international leaders saying the same things my clients have been saying for years: businesses miss out on talent when they under-employ or fail to employ neurodiverse humans!

As many of you know, a handful of us write for Autism Parenting Magazine, an online publication intended for parents and providers. We are not compensated for the writing, but we do get that special thrill when our articles are published. The 2020 awards were just announced…and we have news. For a 2nd year, some […]

Check out this story about one of our colleagues! 16Dec, 2020 By Julissa Hernandez Kendal Nolan Kendal Nolan has continuously proven people wrong, showing that factors that many people would consider setbacks are actually her main motivators. “I have two disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder – when I enrolled I hadn’t been […]

While running on the snowy roads this morning, my friend mentioned this Ironman athlete.  Worth the time to surf the web to find additional links about Chris Nikic.

The Autism Society of Colorado invites you to join a new social & support group for Adults on the Spectrum! The group will be a space where adults age 30 and older can make positive connections during the time of Covid. We will meet on Zoom every Wednesday from 7 pm to 8 pm, beginning […]

I often share my books with others.  I swung by the office this week and realized I haven’t seen these books in a while.  Any chance you have them at your place?  If so, could you please bring them back to me?  Thanks! Spectrum Women Living Well on the Spectrum Autism in Heels Socially Curious, […]

As Covid 19 continues to impact the ability to spend time together, it does not lessen the stress of being a parent of caregiver.  All parents need support.  The ARC is offering FREE online Zoom support groups for parents and caregivers.  Check out the options below.   Tuesday, Sept 15, 2020 7 – 8 PM […]

Some parents really get their children on the autism spectrum.  They understand the sensory struggles, the social anxiety, the questioning of the rules, the confusion, and the angst.  Sometimes, these are just really in-tune parents…and sometimes the parents understand their children because they, too, are on the spectrum.  If this sounds like you, then you […]