What Having a Disabled Child Taught Me About My Marriage

What Having a Disabled Child Taught Me About My Marriage BY WHITNEY ELLENBY At 19 months years old, after 2 years of contented marriage to my husband, my first-born child was diagnosed with Autism, a permanent and profound brain disorder. Everything my husband and I...

“Autism Uncensored,” Mom tells son’s story in autobiography

May 2018 / Special Needs / Autism / Diagnosis / Therapies ‘Autism Uncensored:’ Mom tells son’s story in autobiography By Allison Plitt Enlarge this image Whitney Ellenby and her son Zack. Whitney Ellenby was a very driven child. She constantly studied and excelled in...

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

SIX THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT “AUTISM UNCENSORED”: as originally posted by Cortical Chauvinism Blog May 7, 2018 · by m0casa02 · in autism, Uncategorized Jill Escher is the mother of two children with nonverbal autism, a provider of low-income housing for adults with...

Trust Your Judgment on Autism, Mother Advises

Trust Your Judgment on Autism, Mother Advises Expensive treatments often aren’t the right option, author Whitney Ellenby says. BY KEVIN C. MADIGAN April 30, 2018, 6:18 am Whitney Ellenby holds son Zack as a baby. He was diagnosed on the autism spectrum at 19 months...

“Can forcible exposure help kids with Autism?”- Living

LIVING Can ‘forcible exposure’ help kids with autism? By Lauren Steussy April 25, 2018 | 7:13pm Modal Trigger Whitney Ellenby, author of “Autism Uncensored,” says forcing her son Zack into public situations where he felt uncomfortable ultimately helped...

WJLA “Good Morning Washington” Pulling Back the Curtain

Pulling back the curtain on autism by GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON Monday, April 23rd 2018 Whitney Ellenby talks new book, “Autism Uncensored.” (ABC7by GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON Monday, April 23rd 2018 Whitney Ellenby talks new book, “Autism...