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I Love You Too

Sometimes when I do something nice for my husband or compliment what he’s wearing, he flashes that slow grin and says, “I love you too.” Cocky, I think - I didn’t say “I love you.” I do love him, even … Continue reading

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Eternal Hope

As a parent of a child with autism, can you recall a particular conversation with your child’s therapist, teacher or intervention specialist when it was explained what “pairing” means relative to your child’s learning style?  I sure can. One afternoon, … Continue reading

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Editor’s Perspective

“What shall I write for the newsletter?” I asked Kelly Morgenfeld, our newest and increasingly invaluable Autism File Global team member, who had been tasked with putting together our eNewsletter. “Something science-y”, she said. And that set me thinking. Continue reading

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