Meet Me at the National TACA #Autism Conference

  Janice Kern TACA National Conference Coordinator   TACA hosts events every week somewhere in the country. There are coffee talks, family picnics, TACA Meetings, Autism Learning Seminars, Family Hikes, TACA Birthday Parties and the list goes on. It’s a fact that TACA has some of the most creative volunteers you’ll ever meet. If they... Continue Reading →

Functional Medicine goes mainstream

By Lisa Ackerman You cannot go a day without a healthcare story being featured in the news.  The Affordable Care Act, chronic health issues and access to health care have grown into one of the largest issues in American households. In the autism community, we are aware of these issues all too well. For decades,... Continue Reading →

Marcus’s Journey

By the proud parents of Marcus Marcus was diagnosed with autism two months before his third birthday.  There were signs that something was not quite right since he was a baby, but he was our first child and we didn’t know any better.  At age one, Marcus had a few words and ate everything we... Continue Reading →

Music to Our Ears

By proud guest blogger awesome mom: Brandy Vaughn My daughter, Ryan, was born December 4, 2002.  Three and a half years later, she was diagnosed with autism. I became concerned about her development at age 2 ½, when she didn’t answer to her name, protested any demand placed on her, and was extremely tactile-defensive.  If we... Continue Reading →

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