Sorry, Not Sorry

Sorry, Not Sorry

During a lunch conversation with a friend the other day I was reminded that typical adults and children need to be aware of individuals with autism just as much as kids with autism need to be taught to function in the world around them. It goes both ways. We get...
In The Blink Of An Eye

In The Blink Of An Eye

It seems like it was just yesterday. I can remember her lying on my chest during her first year. I stayed home with her that year. I can say that was most certainly the best year of my life. Adalyn was my first born. I didn’t think about autism being a possibility. As...
Forever Friends

Forever Friends

My daughter Adalyn was diagnosed with Autism at age 2. She uses an AAC Device to communicate. Ady also uses some sign language and limited verbal language to communicate. She has two siblings: Lincoln, her brother, who is 7 years old and Everly her sister, who is 5...
The Letter That Changed It All

The Letter That Changed It All

Hi everyone I’m Susan, a new blogger to the Autism Helper team. I’ll be sharing my experiences from the parent perspective. I can’t wait to engage with you. When my non-verbal daughter started Kindergarten one of my biggest concerns for her was, “How will she make...