Autistic Brain Owner’s Manual 4: Growth Spurts are Good Things

“Well, of course growth spurts are good things,” you might say, if you don’t know what they look or feel…

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When the Wine Runs Out: Marriage in a Special Needs Family

Our family prayer corner is filled with gilded handwritten icons that catch the eye, but today I want to talk…

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7 Ways to Act on Your Autism Awareness in Church

Today is Autism Awareness Day. Many people of faith are wondering how they can welcome, engage, and serve with persons…

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Flexible Orthodox Liturgy Visual Schedule

Over the past couple of years, I have had the joy of seeing the visual schedule I made for the…

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Rearing Charles Wallace

How the Murry Family Taught Me to Parent My Children with Autism The gift of great stories is that they…

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The 5 Differences of Autism Homeschools

Starting any homeschool is a matter of looking up your state’s requirements and setting up your school. But once you…

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A Sensory Diet Checklist for Your Church

When I first came across the term “sensory diet,” I was skeptical. How would touching my food make a difference…

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Advent with Autism Guide

Autism is our normal. Though we adapt to help everyone thrive as much as possible, our priority is joy when…

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Autism Homeschool Resources – Fall 2017

We start our homeschool year in September here at St. Nektarios Academy (our school name), but a lot of people…

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