The experts think I should define myself differently.
Kevin Hall understands the pros and cons of being labeled. And he knows that what really matters is doing your best.
Matthew Rozsa discusses a type of ableism common among non-autistics.
His love for me and my children was the best medicine our family needed.
Autism is a life-long diagnosis. For Zak Hines, his brother Tyler’s diagnosis is also full of lessons and blessings.
Being a parent, it’s our job to care for our children. But when it’s something you can’t fix, it’s devastating.
Don’t just celebrate the big things in your family; celebrate the small ones, too.
In many ways, prodigies look a lot like savants. They have the same preternatural abilities. They have the same prolific output.
Should it be mandatory for children to be tested so those struggling in silence do not go undiagnosed?
Actor and autistic Mickey Rowe puts the tension of apparent dichotomies to work in daily interaction and in art.
Raising a boy with physical and mental challenges can be difficult for any parent.
If you are going to get married (even more than once) marry the woman that understand and completes you.
Peter Kobs tells the story of what his son’s autism has taught him about leadership (and himself).
Why I am grateful for the cultural progress made by the autistic community on this Thanksgiving.
One mother shares her journey with her special needs child.
Who are your male role models? The guys who impact your life in a positive way; the guys you look up to and admire?