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EMPOWER. INSPIRE. HOPE.

When Autism touches your life, it is hard. But it can also take you personally where you have never been before. Whether you are an educator, parent, coach or friend or you have autism yourself, you CAN have a profound impact on this world!

I want to give you REAL tools to EMPOWER, INSPIRE and FLOURISH.

And you will find that you can flourish too.

I CAN HELP.

I have written several books and hundreds of articles designed to help others understand that autism is not a disability to ‘deal with’, but instead autism is an opportunity to THRIVE. Drawing on my own personal and professional experiences, I now dedicate my time and energy to helping others to find hope and potential in autism.

LET ME SHOW YOU HOW
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1 in 160 children has an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Worldwide
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65 per 10,000 cases in Canada (6th Highest Country)
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66 per 10,000 cases in US (5th Highest Country)
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Increase in diagnoses since 2008

HOW I CAN HELP

We Rise By Lifting Others – Robert Ingersoll

Autism Resources To Help You

Whether you are an educator, parent, grandparent or just someone who has been touched by autism, these resources can help you navigate the world of autism with competence and confidence.

Read Articles On Autism

Grandparents have a unique and special role to children on the autism spectrum. This book helps grandparents better connect with their grandchild.

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Learn what should be included in the Individual Education Plan and how to make the IEPs useful and meaningful for a student with autism.

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Down to earth help in planning an authentic and meaningful classroom program based on sound science and experience for a student with autism.

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Down to earth help in planning an authentic and meaningful classroom program based on sound science and experience for a student with autism.

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