Autism Stories

After my son FINALLY started IBI therapy in September 2011, I had an epiphany: Autism stories are as varied as the Autism spectrum itself (shocking!).  So, I’m putting the call out for guest posts (you don’t have to be a blogger, a professional blogger, a writer, etc) to help share our stories with eachother.  We can all learn from eachother and the only way to do that is by sharing.

So, please contact me if you:

  • Your child/grandchild has Autism
  • You support (through a family or friend connection) a child/adult with Autism
  • You yourself live with Autism

If you would like some prompts to help the writing juices start, check my Looking for YOUR Autism Story blog.

Autism never stops so our learning NEVER stops!

Find me on Twitter at @imamomtoo,  on Facebook or email me at imamomtoo(dot)meghan(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested in participating. 


Oct 11, 2011: SlackerMom’s NOT an Autism Slacker!

Oct 15, 2011: I’m not THAT mom anymore!

Oct 18, 2011: Da Youngsta

Oct 25, 2011: Best Disagreement EVER

Nov 1, 2011: Definition of Panic

Nov 8, 2011: Asperger’s *Works* For Alec

Nov 22, 2011: Differences and What Others “Think”

Nov 22, 2011: Our Story – Parents Awaiting Diagnosis Needs Friends

Dec 6, 2011: The BEAUTY that is Autism

Feb 21, 2012: A Lifetime of Lies (and a Truth that Set Me Free)

5 thoughts on “Autism Stories

      • Will be glad to help. If you visit my blog, you can get a feel for what I talk about. Not sure what you’re in need of. Still processing my story – just diagnosed. but have stories about my son at – I’m in the process of taking that site down because of cost. chat soon. : )

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