Baseball, Autism, and Cam’s Clubhouse: A Revolutionary Turn in Family Friendly Sporting Events

Our family has been living life on the Autism Spectrum for around two decades now. During this time much of the landscape has changed. “Awareness” and “acceptance” have become buzzwords, while what so many of us prefer is understanding for who we are and how we process this thing we all call life. Autism is not a trend; it’s part …

Part 4: What to Expect Once Onboard! Going on a Disney Cruise with Asperger’s

Getting the Lay of the Land Ship! Exciting about being onboard and ready to have some fun?! Or are you feeling overwhelmed, not knowing what to do first or how things work? Let’s chat! Probably one of the best things to start with is to take some time to familiarize yourself with the ship. Taking the time to do this …

International Women’s Day and Why We Shared Our Story

Talking to my Aspergirl yesterday (ok, texting… we both avoid speaking on an actual phone at all costs) International Women’s Day came up. She’s studying gender in college, so it was something already on her radar. She’s quite passionate about women’s issues supporting movies such as “Wonder Woman” that use females in strong, leading roles. She’s even used our book …

Keep the Change

If there is one constant I see in my Twitter feed it’s frustration with the lack of actually autistic actors on the screen. It seems almost all autistic characters are portrayed by actors who are neurotypicals (people who do not have autism). In fact, there is a hashtag in the cyberverse (#ActuallyAutistic) that underscores the lack of autistic voices tapped …