Today, I’m bringing you a blog that was brought to my attention by a reader. I try to limit the amount of blogs we include in the newsletter, because we can never guarantee what information they contain. However, this blog is different. It’s bringing resources and information together in one place for people who have autism or people who are taking care of a loved one with autism.
You’ll find information about college grants for those with autism, different organizations that are dedicated to families coping with autism, the latest toys to help children with autism develop to the best of their ability and much more.
If you scroll down the page, you’ll find articles about autism in the news, links to the archive, resources and even information about the people who write the blog. Michelle and James are parents to children with autism, so this blog isn’t coming to you secondhand from someone who hasn’t experienced what you and your family might be going through. It’s coming from people who have been there and understand.
More importantly, they understand how expensive it is to try and help your children grow up with autism and making sure they get the help they need. You’ll learn about funding strategies, where and how you can get financial assistance and which grants exist for your kids to apply for when they enter college.
Autism is a cause near and dear to my heart, so I hope all of you know you’re not alone. There are resources like this Web site that are ready and waiting to help. Check it out!