WAPO Op-Ed: Why Sensory Friendly Should Be the Law of the Land

Enormous gratitude to The Washington Post Op-ed Editors Anna Walsh & team for publishing my opinion on true access for the Autism community. Excellent points were raised that SF events would also benefit persons with PTSD, and of course the disability community at large. Comments on WAPO are rising both for & against ~ always interesting to see how offended people are about opportunities which in no way eclipse their own rights but expand for others who don’t have them. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/my-son-has-autism-he-deserves-separate-sensory-friendly-opportunities/2018/11/27/b1268848-a0a4-11e8-8e87-c869fe70a721_story.html?utm_term=.41ff55e397fa

A mother’s intuition: Autistic son improves with his mom’s own therapeutic approach

My genuine gratitude to writer Allison Plitt of New York Parenting for showing me support in the controversial aftermath os my book’s release; for taking the time to read it so closely as to absorb it’s true messages; and for writing such a thorough review, this is Part 2 (Part 1 appears earlier in the blogposts). https://www.nyparenting.com/stories/2018/6/autism-uncensored-book-therapy-part-2-2018-06.html?utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=module&utm_source=similar&utm_content=intra

Six Things to Love About “Autism Uncensored” By Jill Escher

I have often thought there is no greater gift than to be genuinely understood. Amidst an ocean of confusion, resentment and flat-out misrepresentation about my voice and mission, I feel a tide of gratitude to Jill Escher for her cogent & courageous words: https://corticalchauvinism.com/2018/05/07/six-things-to-love-about-autism-uncensored/