Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Autism Daddy

Autism Site #18 is Autism Daddy.

"I’m a 45 year old neurotypical dad with a 12 year old son with severe, non-verbal autism (NOW ALSO WITH EPILEPSY, AN ADDED BONUS!!). My wife is an Autism Mommy Rock Star! However, she didn’t like me RANTING about autism on Facebook to our friends & family. So I created this Page to rant about autism & epilepsy while celebrating my son who I affectionately call “the king” :-). For the full Autism Daddy experience "like" my Facebook Page at"

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Dad Enough

Autism Site #17 is Dad Enough.

"A Dad, his son, and dealing with autism. 

My name isn’t important. This blog isn’t so much about me, per se, as it is about my son, my family, and the intersection between what you want and what you get in life.

My son has Autism."

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Lou's Land

Autism Site #16 is Lou's Land (by Lou Melgarejo)

"A married father of three, Lou's oldest daughter Bianca is autistic. She is amazing, beautiful, perfect and has taught Lou more about life, respect and unconditional love than anybody. They have a bond like no other and Lou's only wish for his daughter is that she grows up to be the best Bianca she can be."

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Monday, January 18, 2016

Autism from a Father's Point of View

Autism Site #15 is Autism from a Father's Point of View (by Stuart Duncan)

"I got my start in the autism community in May 2010 when I started my blog, Autism From A Father’s Point of View ( and took to social media with the name AutismFather. I now have over 10,000 Facebook fans and 10,000 Twitter followers and had the opportunity to write 2 ebooks as well as articles for Autism Speaks, Autism Society and more, including guest posts on hundreds of other blogs. My blog has been honoured to have been listed on several “top autism blog” lists."

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Autism Site #14 is ASD Dad.

"I am Cs dad; he has ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). This blog represents my reflections, insights, learning, and feelings about being an ASD Dad. But to be clear: I am just one of many, many autism dads. My experiences are my own, though I suspect others may relate."

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Autism Research Institute

Autism Site #13 is the Autism Research Institute.

"Established in 1967 by psychologist and renowned father of modern autism research Dr. Bernard Rimland, ARI continues to pioneer in research, outreach, and cooperative efforts with other organizations worldwide. ARI advocates for the rights of people with ASD, and operates without funding from special-interest groups."

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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Mocha Autism Network

Autism Site #12 is the Mocha Autism Network.

"Mocha Autism Network is an organization motivated by love and fueled by our beautiful children on the Autism Spectrum. What we found was that there was not much information about Autism circulating within Communities of Color. Currently, Black/Latino children are diagnosed as many as 2 year later than other children."

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Friday, January 1, 2016

Kerry Magro

Autism Site #11 is Kerry Magro's Website.

"Kerry is a young adult with autism who has been featured in major media and worked with amazing brands!"

This blog is written by Kerry Magro, who was Autism Light #119 on our companion blog Autism Light.

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The Autism Dad

Autism Site #10 is The Autism Dad.

"The Autism Dad Blog is the continuing story of the Lost and Tired family. This site is dedicated to creating discussion, talking honestly about special needs parenting, providing one on one support to those who reach out for help, providing the community with a positive example and doing everything possible to make sure everyone knows that they are not alone."

This blog is written by Rob Gorski, who was Autism Light #258 on our companion blog Autism Light.

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Autism Site #9 is AwesomismMom.

A blog by an Autism mother who has a son named Peyton. Blog is described as Common Sense Approach to everyday issues Mom of an autistic son - stories, tips, hints.

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