The reason I Jump: Book by an amazing 13 yr old autistic

If you are a parent who wants to know what your child with autism might be thinking or if you’re someone with autism and you want your parents to know that you’re smart and you’re doing your best and kind of all those thoughts in your head that you haven’t been able to express, then […]


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What to do when your child stops taking their supplements?

That’s frustrating, right? You did all kinds of work to figure out the supplements and then you bought them and your child stops taking them. All right. Let’s sort that out, because believe it or not, I love when this happens. Why do I love it when kids stop taking their supplements? Because they’re communicating […]


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Siblings of Children With Autism – A Guide for Families

What do you say to your other children about your child who has autism? Sometimes it’s a tough discussion, right? Is there a right answer? Is there a wrong answer? Even if you have an only child, this book will be relevant to you. So whenever I’m talking about siblings, just replace that word either […]


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The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum by Temple Grandin

There’s a lot of things about autism that Temple Grandin herself admits to being wrong about. Let’s find out about that in this book club post: The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum -Temple Grandin, -Richard Panek Temple Grandin is probably the most well-known person with autism. She has been a fantastic self-advocate. She’s written […]



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Does Autism Get Worse With Age?

I get asked a lot. “Does autism get worse with age?” Sounds like a simple question, but it’s a complex answer. First, the life expectancy of those diagnosed with autism in the US is 36 years old. The typical life expectancy in the US is 72. So this decrease in life is very concerning. But […]


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Nemechek protocol for autism – Book Club

This month’s book club is: The Nemechek Protocol for Autism and Developmental Disorders: A How-To Guide to Restoring Neurological Function -Patrick M. Nemechek & Jean R. Nemechek Welcome to our second Book Club!  Thank you for voting on this month’s book.  If you’d like to vote for next month’s book, please join my email list […]


Autism, Dysbiosis, & the Gut-Brain Axis – Book Club

This month’s book club is: AUTISM, DYSBIOSIS, AND THE GUT-BRAIN AXIS Dr. Alex Vasquez Welcome to our first Book Club!  Thank you for voting on this month’s book.  If you’d like to vote for next month’s book, please join my email list here. This month’s book is a technical book discussing some of the root-causes […]


Autism Inspiration - Letting Go

A fun way of letting go of regret

How do you let go of the sadness that your child didn’t have this wonderful childhood experience that you were expecting, and how do you let go of all those feelings around not being the parent that you were dreaming of, the experience that you were expecting? And that’s what this blog post is all […]


Happiness in Autism

Getting happy with Autism

Happy New Year. Happy 2021, everyone! Recently, a few clients have asked me, “How are you so light and happy?” So, I just wanted to go over it briefly. It’s been about five years & I didn’t go from frustrated, overwhelmed to happy, joyful & in a gown for no reason. In the video above, […]