April is Autism Awareness Month. Are you aware of autism? Do you see autism in your life regularly? Did you know that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with autism? Are you aware that boys are diagnosed almost five times more than girls? Did you know that autism is characterized by difficulties with social interaction, verbal and […]
The awareness ribbon for autism is a collection of bright, different colored puzzle pieces. The puzzle piece design was actually adopted in 1963 because of the mystery and complexity of the disorder, I believe that still stands true today in 2014. The different colors are meant to represent the diversity of people affected with autism and how different they all are from each other.
“I wouldn’t change a thing about my child with autism.” Have you heard that before? Maybe I’ve even said something along those lines. But it’s not true. I love Brian so much. I can’t even try to put that love into words. My heart honestly expands against my chest when I think about how much […]