“Ginger Taylor commented on the pressures on families with autism and on the greatest fear of many parents of autistic children: “That is the big question — what happens to our child when we die. …. We understand their needs better than anyone else. It really breaks my heart hearing what happened to this family. . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: What Happens To Our Children When We Die? Maine Man Killed Himself and Adult Autistic Son in 2010
If you believe IACC Neurodiversity advocates present and past, Ari Ne’eman and Matthew Carey, autism is not something that should be cured. You won’t see much about the harsher aspects of life with autism disorders if you read their writings. In their view autism is nothing more than a different way of thinking, . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Symptoms in New Brunswick: The Harsh Reality End of the Autism Spectrum
In Autism as an identity, not a disease Michigan Daily editor Jennifer Xu pushes the harmful Neurodiversity ideology that autism is not a disease or a disorder that should be cured but an identity that should be embraced and promoted. ideology furthers the harm it causes.
“Autism as an identity, not a disease” features . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: Michigan Daily Promotes Harmful, Irrational ASAN Anti-Cure Ideology
Last night there were no pictures taken but Mom and Dad were walking the trail around Killarney Lake on either side of Conor when he put his arms through each of ours and walked along looking back and forth at Mom and Dad with a huge smile, even a bit of a giggle at . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism, Killarney Lake and The Conor Gift