For those with high-functioning autism and people who know someone with high-functioning-autism.


A unique music profile

My journey with music skills has been unique. You may wonder why? I have an unusual profile of strengths and weaknesses with music....

Ontario autism events: April Spring Break

As Spring Break has moved to April this year and with a stay-at-home order in place, you may wonder how to make it easier for yourself or...

World Autism Awareness Day banner

For April 2, I decided to make a banner full of motivational quotes. This banner will not only support those on the autism spectrum who...

Autism: How to make Easter egg hunts fun

Easter is coming up. This holiday means children will get excited about Easter egg hunts. Running around looking for goodies easily makes...

Say NO to the R-word

A common, hurtful word to refer to people with disabilities or anyone a person may consider as "stupid" or "lower than them" is the...

Understanding the different minds

Dr. Temple Grandin says understanding the different minds with autism and how they contribute to society is important.

Learning socially acceptable comments

HFA Today lists a couple of examples of what to say and what not to say in social situations to help people on the spectrum.


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