Parents.com Wants To Hear Your Autism Parenting Stories
April is National Autism Awareness Month, an event that started in the 1970s to draw attention to the disorder, gain support for children and adult on the autism spectrum and raise awareness of their abilities. Many Autism Society local chapters will be holding special events in their community throughout the month, bloggers will be blogging, and much other inspiration will be happening out there… and here!
Parents.com would love to hear stories from parents of kids with autism. As our Facebook page says, “We think the best way to get the word out is through real-life stories.” So share yours for a chance to be featured in Parents’ “Living With Autism” story collection. Find out how to enter—and share your thoughts—over on their Facebook page.
Meanwhile, throughout April this blog will be celebrating with guest posts from bloggers and experts.
Get ready for a whole lot of autism awesome-ness.
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