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Interview: Maranda Russell, Author of ‘From Both Sides: A Look into the World of Foster Care from Those Who Know It Best’

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The author talks about the writing life, growing up and living with Asperger's, and ice cream. Read More »

Board Game Review: ‘Korner’d’

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A matching game as fun for adults as it is for kids. Read More »

Interview: Barry Rudner, Author of ‘Silent Voice’

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"Aspiring children's authors must learn the word 'rewrite.'" Read More »

Why Good News Matters in 2013

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Good news. That’s what we need today. We need solutions to problems, not the continuous shelling of bad news on our minds. Read More »

Hometown Heroes: School Music Programs and the Brain

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Music education helps children's brains develop, and has benefits for children with autism and other disabilities. Read More »

Hometown Heroes: Enabling Youth with Disabilities to Carve Out Jobs

Craig Wallace, age 27 --Volunteer Asst with Conney Dahn

Conney Dahn helps young people with autism spectrum disorders aim for success in the job market. Read More »

Book Review: Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Dicks

Budo, Max's imaginary friend, races to save Max. Can he? Read More »

Seeking a Motive in the Murder of Young Children and Educators

Here is some early information about the killer of teachers and children, Adam Lanza, of Newtown, Connecticut Read More »

Book Review: Six Word Lessons on Growing Up Autistic by Trevor Pacelli

A guide to helping understand Autism in 100 six word lessons. Read More »

Book Review: Carly’s Voice: Breaking Through Autism by Arthur Fleischmann

Carly's Voice is an opportunity to learn about the experiences of this nonverbal autistic individual through her own story. Read More »