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Autism Blogs

Parents of children on the autism spectrum, teachers seeking out new resources, and individuals with ASD can all benefit from the online blogging community. Blogs are a perfect way to research and connect with like-minded individuals on the topic of autism. Finding the best blogs can be quite a challenge, especially when there are over 50 million results on Google for “Autism Blogs” alone! Our team at Action Behavior Centers decided to help with the lengthy search process by highlighting today’s top autism blogs.

Action Behavior Centers is a Texas-based company providing ABA therapy for children on the spectrum. Our goal is to raise autism awareness and educate both local and online communities on ASD. ABC selected the Top 40 Autism Blogs (in no particular order) to help others stay connected and informed. While some of the blogs on our new list are rockstar blogs that made last year’s line-up, we have carefully curated over 20 new resources that are absolutely loved and praised by parents, teachers, and professionals in the autism community.

 

Autism Journey

Recently founded in 2019, Autism Journey has quickly become a “go-to” website for autism blogs and resources. Autism Journey provides both educational blog posts and personal stories from parents all around the country. Autism Journey’s website features a link where parents can submit personal stories and experiences for a chance to be featured.

Autism Daddy

Frank Campagna, dad to a 14-year-old boy with non-verbal autism, blogs about the ups and downs of life with his son. Frank’s blog takes a more comedic spin on the struggles of having a child on the severe end of the spectrum, and he believes in sharing real and raw stories, not just the “sunshine and rainbows.” Autism Daddy also features many guest bloggers and thought provoking stories that will captivate readers for hours.  

Finding Cooper’s Voice

With over 300,000 likes on Facebook, multiple viral videos, and a feature on Jimmy Fallon, Kate Swenson has swept the nation with her blog Finding Cooper’s Voice. You’ll find multiple heartwrenching blog posts, photos, and videos on her easy-to-navigate website. Finding Cooper’s Voice was created by Kate in hopes of establishing a village of people supporting each other within the autism community.

The Autism Blog – Seattle Children’s

Seattle Children’s Autism Center has an active and informative blog that gives parents and caregivers the chance to learn from experts and doctors on topics focused on autism. The blog authors frequently post new research findings, as well as offer a range of relevant topics directly from doctors in the field.

The Autism Dad

Father of three kids on the autism spectrum, Rob Gorski’s blogging journey began in 2010 as a way to share the raw emotions that he faced daily with his boys. Rob does a great job of actively posting blogs every month. His mission is “to show others of similar circumstances that they are not alone, while at the same time, educating the rest of the world as to what Autism families can experience daily.

Atypical Familia

Atypical familia is a continuation of Lisa Quinones-Fontanez’ former blog AutismWonderland which received worldwide recognition and praise a few years back. Today, Lisa continues to blog and update the autism community on her journey with her son Norrin. She also shares a variety of fun meals, crafts, and resources for other parents to enjoy.

GoTeamKate

GoTeamKate is a blog that is booming with passion and creativity (and a bit of colorful language). Shanell and Alex, parents of their daughter Kate who is on the Autism Spectrum, tell their life story featuring an enjoyable writing style and fun pictures with each post. Shanell also includes a fitness section on her blog, motivating other parents with kids on the spectrum who have busy lifestyles to stay active.

Susan Senator

Author of multiple books on autism, Susan Senator is a mom with not only a passion for the topic, but a deep love for her son who is on the spectrum. Susan believes that she needs to share her stories with the world. Her website has many resources including blog posts, books, an advice column, articles, and more. Susan frequently re-posts articles that she’s written for magazines such as Psychology Today.

Faith, Hope, and Love… With Autism

Faith, Hope, and Love… With Autism follows the journey of a non-verbal boy named Phillip who wants to give the world an inside look into the thoughts and ideas of someone on the autism spectrum. Phillip writes about life experiences, poetry, travel, music, and his faith. His blog offers a wonderful firsthand perspective of an individual on the spectrum navigating through life and shares the struggles and accomplishments he faces each day.

Embrace ASD

Embrace ASD is dedicated to support and provides research for high-functioning individuals of all ages. They believe people with ASD have sensory, cognitive, and learning abilities that make them real-life superheroes. Embrace ASD’s website has a fun interface with easy to navigate pages and high-quality graphics which makes for a fun, modern way to read blogs about ASD.

Behavior in Balance

Behavior in Balance was founded by Board Certified Behavior Analyst Erin Tracy, whose dream was to create a website with easily attainable tools and resources for parents and caregivers of kids on the spectrum. On her website, Erin features an educational blog, free training courses, and professional resources for both parents and practitioners.

The Art of Autism

The Art of Autism is an international nonprofit website displaying the creative abilities of those on the autism spectrum. The site offers many great resources for those on the autism spectrum and for those looking to connect with like-minded individuals. The Art of Autism features blog posts, artwork, poetry, events, and many different forms of media.

The Never-Empty Nest

Marguerite Elisofon’s blog, The Never-Empty Nest, tells personal stories of her daughter Samantha, a young adult on the autism spectrum. Samantha’s diagnosis has not kept her from achieving great things, such as a nomination for best actress at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Marguerite publishes weekly blog posts, many of which contain updates on her daughter’s joys and struggles through life.

Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism

Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism is an informative blog with the mission of being a “one-stop source for carefully curated, evidence-based, neurodiversity-steeped information from autistic people, parents, and autism professionals.” Blog posts found on Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism include different sources such as autism seminars, books, and scientific studies.

Velcro Shoes

Full of positivity and hope, Velcro Shoes is about one mom’s journey through life with three boys on the autism spectrum. Alli Baldocchi blogs about what it looks and feels like to be a mom, wife, and career woman, all while facing the everyday joys and struggles of parenting boys with ASD. Alli is also working on a book about how autism changed her life, and she frequently shares updates and information for her followers.

The Journey Through Autism

Back again from last year’s line-up, blogger Ethan Hirschberg shares personal stories of the ups and downs of being a kid on the spectrum. The Journey Through Autism provides a raw and real look into Ethan’s life with high-functioning autism and how he plans to take the world by storm. Ethan is a driven and motivated individual that inspires others to be the best version of themselves, despite any differences that they may have.

Different Brains

Different Brains is a fantastic blog that provides resources for both individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as people with other neurological diagnoses. The website is loaded with blogs, news articles, videos, podcasts, and more. Different Brains is unique in the fact they they are a non-profit organization with a large board of doctors, BCBAs, and psychologists who are constantly providing resources and information.

Dr. Mary Barbera

Dr. Mary Barbera, Board Certified Behavior Analyst and mother to a son with autism, is a huge advocate of Applied Behavior Analysis. Her blog is dedicated to sharing information on ABA therapy each month. Dr. Barbera’s website also contains helpful resources and ABA therapy training tools, such as educational video blogs for parents and caregivers of children on the spectrum.

This Podcast Has Autism

For those who prefer to listen to information rather than read it, This Podcast Has Autism features entertaining and relatable topics discussed in each episode. Each week, a different parent, professional, or individual on the spectrum is interviewed on topics such as transitioning into school, traveling, making friends, and more. This Podcast Has Autism gives listeners the perfect way to access interviews and autism information on the go.

Autistic and Unapologetic

Autistic and Unapologetic is a blogging website created and founded by James Sinclair. Having autism himself, James does a fantastic job of blogging about important topics while also sharing intriguing personal stories and opinions. Autistic and Unapologetic contains four different categories including Understanding Autism, Embracing Autism, Autism in Entertainment, and Autism News.

The Autism Academy

The Autism Academy is an Arizona-based chain of schools for children on the spectrum. The Academy’s website includes a blog that provides many educational resources and helpful articles related to autism. The blog shares many autism events local to Arizona residents, but readers can also find many easy-to-read blog posts such as “How Animals Benefit Kids with Autism” and “Focus on the End Game: Transitioning Into Life After School.”

National Autism Resources Inc.

National Autism Resources Inc. provides cost effective, research-based therapeutic tools, including toys, games, electronics, and books that meet the needs of people on the autism spectrum. The organization also offers an incredible blog filled with important news updates and research that speak to both caregivers, parents, professionals, and those with autism alike.

Kerry Magro

Kerry Magro was diagnosed with PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified), a form of autism, at age 4. With years of therapy and family support, Kerry is now an accomplished professional speaker, best-selling author, movie consultant and non-profit founder. His blog features different news articles, current events in the autism world, and updates on his life and journey.

Play Project

The Play Project has a fun and user-friendly website filled with creative resources for parents, educators, and professionals. The Play Project also has a new blog on its website that presents a variety of fun and lighthearted articles from arts and crafts tips to getting your child ready for kindergarten.

American Autism Association

On the American Autism Association’s blog, readers will find captivating new articles published by a variety of different authors. With multiple blog posts each month, the American Autism Association does a fantastic job of posting articles related to current issues and accomplishments in the autism community. The organization also highlights  recreational workshops, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities.

Organization for Autism Research

In 2018, OAR was voted a top non-profit organization by multiple organizations. The Organization for Autism Research is led by parents, autism professionals, and scientists, and strives to produce science-based, community-focused research. Along with an informative blog, the Organization for Autism Research’s website offers research grants, scholarships, and employment opportunities for individuals on the spectrum.

Stories About Autism

A captivating blog from the dad of two non-verbal boys on the Spectrum, Stories About Autism sheds light on author James Hunt’s experience with his sons Tommy and Jude. James does a wonderful job of blogging about the idiosyncrasies that make his boys’ journeys unique and wonderful. Stories About Autism occasionally features guest bloggers as well as a variety of different posts on sleep, parenting, and more.

Starlight and Stories

Victoria of Starlight and Stories is an autism specialist teacher with a degree from Cambridge in English and Education. She has a strong passion for helping teachers and families learn about autism. Not only does Victoria keep up with her blog every month – she is also the founder and coach for Autism Consultancy International.

Carrie Cariello, Exploring the World of Autism

Book writer, blogger, and public speaker Carrie Cariello is taking the autism world by storm. Carrie blogs every Monday about life with her five kids, autism, marriage, and more. She writes with beautiful imagery and heart-wrenching storytelling which is sure to capture a wide variety of audiences interested in family life and autism.

Faithmummy

Mimiam, author of Faithmummy blog, is a Scottish mother, wife, and Christian. Her story is unique in that she had her twin children as a result of IVF treatments after a long 10 year struggle with infertility. She loves sharing the stories of life with her children, all the while staying strong in her faith through the good times and the hard times.

Paul Isaacs’ Blog

Paul Isaacs is a motivational speaker, trainer, blogger, and author. Formally diagnosed with autism at 24 years old, he began a journey of raising awareness and helping others on the spectrum. His blog is full of passionately written stories and information that readers from young adult to mature adult can enjoy.

The AWEnesty of Autism

Kate’s philosophy behind her blog, The AWEnesty of Autism, is to keep it real, raw, and AWEnest while laughing, loving and living. Her blog highlights her life as a mother to 3 children, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. Kate blogs about tons of topics including travel, school, bullying, sports, and more.

ACT Blog

Autism Care Today is a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise awareness and provide treatment services and support to families with children on the autism spectrum. One of Autism Care Today’s many resources include the ACT blog which features multiple authors, national events, links to autism resources, and therapy tips.

I Love ABA!

Started by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Atlanta, Georgia, I Love ABA! shares insider tips and research from a Master’s level practitioner in the field of autism. She blogs about ABA, or Applied Behavior Analysis, in a way that is fun and reader-friendly rather than wordy and intimidating. Parents, as well as individuals on the spectrum, will be sure to find wonderful tips, strategies, and resources on I Love ABA.  

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing resources for a variety of special needs children, including those on the spectrum. The Friendship Circle’s blog features top categories including parenting, education, training, and therapy tips. Many of the blog posts include sensory toys for special needs children as well as activity guides, making the website a one-stop-shop for all special needs families.

Autism Adventures

Melissa, founder of Autism Adventures, taught a handicap class for 8 years before realizing she could help other teachers and caregivers by sharing all her ideas implemented in her classroom. This California gal now has a bright and colorful blog packed with behavioral, communication, and education resources for teachers to easily access and download.

The Mom Kind

The Mom Kind is a blog launched by a mom with four children, all of whom have different diagnoses. The main goal of Alicia’s blog is to bring more awareness to autism and teach others about neurodiversity. From sensory craft ideas to an in-depth look on parenting children with autism, The Mom Kind is a motivational blog for all parents and caregivers to enjoy.

Teach Love Autism

Founded by a teacher with a passion for children with autism, Teach Love Autism gives parents and teachers an inside look into which training techniques, therapies, and crafts are best for children on the spectrum. She is a big believer in teaching children how to be independent all while having fun and expressing their individuality. Teach Love Autism is a beneficial blog for both new teachers and seasoned teachers trying to incorporate new teaching techniques into their classrooms.

Scary Mommy

Scary Mommy is a website dedicated to empower moms all over the world by giving them advice from pregnancy and self-care to raising children. The blog is also a great resource for moms who have children with special needs, including ASD. The website not only has great articles by a variety of different moms going through struggles with their children; it is also jam packed with beauty tips, health tips, a clothing store, and more.

The Autism Cafe

Eileen Lamb, founder of The Autism Cafe, is a writer and photographer. She was born in France but now lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two sons, Charlie and Jude. On her blog, she shares the ups and downs of raising a child with ASD while being on the spectrum herself. Her blog is not only artistic with beautiful photos she’s taken, but also filled with thought-provoking stories and advice.

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News, scientific research, and education on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are constantly evolving. Online autism blogs are a perfect venue for staying up-to-date on all things autism.

The online autism community continues to flourish as more parents, teachers, and autism therapists create blogs to share their experiences. Many individuals who are on the autism spectrum themselves have also taken to the Internet to share their journeys with others.

Action Behavior Centers, a chain of Texas-based therapy providers for young children on the Spectrum, actively tries to raise autism awareness and educate both local and online communities on ASD.

After spending some time over the last year connecting with people from all over the world in the autism community, the ABC team has put together a list of some of the top influencers in the online autism world (in no particular order).

Top 35 Autism Blogs in 2018: 

The Autism Dad

People often think of parent blogs being dominated by the moms out there, but Rob Gorski, father of three boys with autism and other special needs, runs one of the most honest and heartening autism blogs on our list. Rob shares his experiences – the good, the bad, and the ugly – with raising his three boys as he figures out how “to do a job that sometimes requires superhuman abilities.” With over three million website visits from readers all over the world, The Autism Dad is well-respected in the autism community.

Autism Mom

Elizabeth Barnes, mom to the Navigator (the online alias for her son who is on the autism spectrum), left her full-time travel job to make sure she could provide her son with the support he needs. Her Autism Mom blog features articles with a variety of tips, resources, and personal experiences to help others along on their own journeys with ASD.

Autism Tank

Autism Tank is a blog run by Hailey, a teacher and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with years of experience working with kids with special needs. She posts lessons, resources, and tools to help educate others on autism and how to help kids with autism succeed.

30 Days of Autism

Leah Kelley is affected by autism in both her family life and career. As a K-12 Inclusion Resource Teacher and a mother with a son on the Autism Spectrum, she is a major advocate of autism acceptance and actively speaks at educational seminars and conferences. 30 Days of Autism offers many valuable resources, poems, and personal experiences with ASD.

Finding Cooper’s Voice

Finding Cooper’s Voice, run by Cooper’s mom, Kate Swenson, details the journey of parenting a young child with severe, nonverbal autism. Kate has a knack for creating content that truly speaks to people, with multiple viral videos and posts – one even crowning her the winner of a Jimmy Kimmel video challenge. Check out Finding Cooper’s Voice for an honest picture of what it’s like to raise a child with autism, joys and heartbreaks included.

Autism with a Side of Fries

Eileen Shaklee’s Autism with a Side of Fries blog has garnered nearly 800 followers and over two million page views. “Autism is a trip I didn’t plan on, but I sure do love my tour guide,” she writes of her son. Eileen writes with a laid-back, relatable voice (expect jokes and curse words from time to time). She keeps it real.

Just a Lil Blog

Jim Walter, one of the rarer dad bloggers out there, shares “the true life adventures of an autistic little girl, and her big sister.” Jim makes his Just a Lil Blog fun and humorous with the unique addition of creating his own Memes! Our personal favorite is The Pizza Spectrum Meme. Check them all out here.

Embracing the Spectrum

Run by husband-wife team Teresa and “The Manager,” Embracing the Spectrum covers the day-to-day achievements and struggles of those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. “From my perspective, a child’s diagnosis of autism does not necessitate devastating thoughts, nor does it negate a child’s potential,” Teresa writes. The blog welcomes contributions from guest bloggers to compile tips and experiences from all over.

I Love ABA

I Love ABA is a blog full of anything and everything related to Applied Behavior Analysis: tips, lesson plans, free resources, an ABA glossary, and autism red flags. Tameika Meadows, the BCBA who started the blog back in 2011, strives to share the ins and outs of ABA in a way that is “non-intimidating and simple to grasp” for anyone willing to learn.

Spectrum Mum

All the way across the pond, English blogger Catie gives readers “A Glimpse Into Our Autism” with a series of blog posts and weekly photos. Catie’s blog covers many important areas in the special needs community, from tips on plane travel and holiday trips to explaining autism to siblings. She encourages her readers to tell their own stories “because your voice is important and your story is unique.”

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle is a non-profit organization that provides support to over 3,000 individuals with special needs. The Friendship Circle editorial team maintains its blog with the added support of guest bloggers. From therapy tips and parenting tips to expert-recommended products, books, and lessons, Friendship Circle’s blog is an all-encompassing resource for families in the special needs community.

This Outnumbered Mama

Kaylene G., homeschooling mama to three kiddos (two with special needs) and another on the way, was completely overwhelmed when her children were first diagnosed with special needs. “I held onto the words of my favorite bloggers to get me through the major transitions and to feel like I wasn’t so alone,” she writes. “That’s why I started blogging.” On This Outnumbered Mama, she blogs about parenting, special needs, and homeschooling.

Atypical Familia

Lisa Quinones-Fontanez became a prominent blogger in the autism community with her award-winning blog, AutismWonderland. In 2014, she decided to start her current blog, Atypical Familia, since she no longer felt like “Alice” lost in Autism Wonderland. Autism is still a big part of her life, and she is working on a memoir to document her experience as an autism mom in the Bronx, New York.

Faith Hope Love Autism

Lisa Reyes created the Faith Hope Love Autism blog to offer the world writing from the perspective of someone actually on the autism spectrum – her son Philip. Philip writes about his life experiences, poetry, and answers questions submitted by readers. The blog offers a wonderful firsthand perspective of an individual on the spectrum.

Embracing Imperfect

Embracing Imperfect, owned by Gina Badalaty, takes readers through the ins and outs of raising girls with autism – a disorder that is much more prominent in males. In addition to parenting tips, autism resources, and advice on coping with an autism diagnosis, Embracing Imperfect offers content on healthy eating, family travel, and tech & play.

Autism Adventures

Melissa has taught moderate to severe special education classes for years. Her blog, Autism Adventures, outlines academics, behavior basics, communication, and all of the techniques she uses to be successful in her special needs classroom. One of our favorite posts is her Calm Down Kit, which helps kiddos work through their emotions on the more frustrating days.

Autism and Oughtisms

Way over in New Zealand, Linda, mother of two sons on the autism spectrum, runs the Autism and Oughtisms blog. Her message is simple – autism parents must let go of what they “ought” to do as parents and, instead, find what works for their child. Each child on the spectrum is unique, and there’s no “one size fits all” approach to parenting.

Stories About Autism

Meet James: autism blogger, business owner, and dad to Jude and Thomas. Part of why he started his blog was to become the best parent he could be, as well as wanting to help out others in the same boat and spread autism awareness. Stories About Autism is full of honesty and cute photos – what more could you want?

Awesomism Mom

Lynne, mom to Peyton, an 18-year-old on the spectrum, loves using her blog as an outlet to connect with other autism parents. Since Peyton is 18 years old, Lynne has worked through many of the struggles that parents to newly diagnosed children have millions of questions about. Amazingly, Lynne is also launching the Awesomism Quilt Tour to help spread the world about the high unemployment rate for autistic teens and adults.

Raising Autistic Kids

Writing under the pseudonym of Kate M., San Diego-based mom started the Raising Autistic Kids blog after leaving her corporate lifestyle to have more time to raise her son. On parenting, she writes “I’ve had twelve years of practice, I’m still a rookie mom because with ASD children, the milestones don’t apply.” Raising Autistic Kids is also sustained by plenty of volunteer guest bloggers.

The Autism Vault

The Autism Vault is a wonderful resource for teachers working with students with autism. Liz, a Special Education teacher and BCBA from New York City, helps readers understand ABA and how to run a successful special education classroom. Liz believes “any special education teacher can make a difference with a little ingenuity and behavioral science.”

The Art of Autism

The Art of Autism is a space for all individuals in the autism community to connect with others through art, poetry, writing, video content, and music. The organization’s vision is to “foster independence, self-esteem and artistic expression.” The Art of Autism certainly brings a bit of color and beauty to the online autism world.

The Mom Kind

Alicia Trautwein feels her life’s purpose is to bring awareness to autism and teach neurodiversity. She enlightens her readers about ASD and neurodiversity, with the added benefit of a free autism parenting resource library. Plus, if anyone’s looking for posts on recipes, homemaking, and saving money, Alicia’s got it covered.

The Journey Through Autism

The Journey Through Autism is one of the most special autism blogs on our list since it’s actually written from the perspective of someone on the autism spectrum. Teenager Ethan Hirschberg was diagnosed with high functioning Autism at the age of two, and says his diagnosis has not kept him from reaching his goals. Ethan aspires to go to an Ivy league college and dedicate his career to being a special education attorney or BCBA.

The Sensory Spectrum

The Sensory Spectrum is the go-to place for all things related to the senses: sensory toys, books, fine and gross motor tools, auditory tools, and feeding tools. The mom behind the Sensory Spectrum, Jennifer, has two kiddos with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Exhausted from scouring the Internet for sensory resources, she decided to create an all-encompassing resource herself.

Running Through Water

Jaycee Kemp, social worker and mom of two sons with varying levels of developmental disability, maintains the Running Through Water blog. Jaycee takes her readers through the A-Zs of Autism – Coping and Haircuts to Pediatricians and Therapists. She also provides a list of personally recommended resources in the special needs community.

Full Spectrum Mama

Full Spectrum Mama is a colorful blog representing a “Colorful Family.” Full Spectrum Mama writes in a refreshingly honest style with beautiful rainbow illustrations that accompany her posts. It’s one of the most unique autism blogs on our list.

The Never-Empty Nest

Marguerite Elisofon doubles as an author and mom to Samantha, a young adult on the autism spectrum. Samantha’s diagnosis has not kept her from achieving great things – in fact, she earned a nomination for best actress at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Marguerite publishes weekly blog posts, many of which zero in on the unique issues of adult women with autism.

Teach Love Autism

On Teach Love Autism, Jenn shares tips on creating schedules, work tasks, and anything that she’s had success with in her own classroom. She makes autism teaching products available for readers, including task cards, worksheets, and visual charts.

Bacon and Juiceboxes

Meet the “Bacon” family: Mr. Bacon (Jerry), Mrs. Bacon (Jo-Ann), Sister Bacon (Anna), and “the star of the show” – Eric. Mr. Bacon is a Police Captain and actively works to bridge the gap between police and individuals on the autism spectrum. In fact, Bacon and Juiceboxes hosts a free webinar on the 7 things first responders want people with ASD to know.

Autistic Not Weird

Chris Bonnello, also known as Captain Quirk, is a former primary school teacher turned to professional writer and speaker on autism issues. He’s on the spectrum himself, but wasn’t diagnosed with Asperger’s until the age of 25. He encourages everyone else on the spectrum to see themselves for their strengths rather than their weaknesses.

All About Boog

Amanda shares her experience of parenting “Boog,” her son who is on the autism spectrum. To those wondering what autism really means, she clarifies “It simply means he is a bright, loving, energetic little boy who happens to be on his own path when it comes to development.” She helps spread knowledge on ASD, language delays, therapies, and more.

The AWEnesty of Autism

PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified) is one of the diagnoses under the Autism Spectrum umbrella. Kate’s son Ryan was diagnosed with PDD-NOS at age 6, and Kate writes, “Most days I’m in awe of autism and the hold it has over the inner workings of my son’s mind.” Her blog shares the experiences of her family’s journey through the world of autism.

Dr. Mary Barbera’s Blog

Dr. Mary Barbera, a BCBA and mother to a son with autism, is a huge advocate of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to help children on the spectrum reach their fullest potentials. Her blog is full of valuable information about ABA therapy, with the added personal touch of video blog lessons she creates herself.

Support for Special Needs

Julia Roberts and Dawn Friedman co-founded Support for Special Needs, which produces a wide variety of content on special needs, health, relationships, food, crafts, and DIY projects. Support for Special Needs acts as a medium for exchanging “wisdom and ideas among one of the most powerful group of people we know.”

 

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