Checking in With The Sisters – Thriving With Autism

by Lolli

Lolli here….

While I was checking in with our sister sites this week, I noticed this infographic posted on 5 Minutes for Special Needs by the wonderful Emily of Colorado Moms. Although I am not a mother of an autistic child, I was absolutely fascinated by the information on this infographic. I think this would be good information to share not only with parents of autistic kids, but future parents as well.

Thriving with Autism

Autism is on the rise. It’s all over the news, in every book and magazine I read, it is essentially, my life. With a son on the spectrum, it’s even more imperative for me to see WHY it’s on the rise. What can we do to help combat this, or is it simply on the rise because of the added research and case studies that are out there “catching” it more?

The website Thriving with Autism put together this amazing infographic. I’m a visual person, so it definitely helps to “see” what’s going on, vs. reading countless studies.

Finish reading this post and see the full infographic…

Emily concludes her post with: “Even if you don’t have a child with Autism, I encourage you to check out the site. Chances are, you know of a family dealing with Autism and the more we all can learn about this rising condition, the more we can help society to stop singling those kids out to be bullied.”
 
Written by 5 Minutes for Mom writer, Lolli. You can find Lolli blogging at Better in Bulk and tweeting at @1momof5.



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Lolli is a busy mother of five kids, ranging in age from 8 to 16, photographer, and author of Better in Bulk. Her blog has a little bit of everything – parenting, life in a large family and photography with a central tie-in: Bringing moms together to learn, connect, and enjoy life. Connect with Lolli on Twitter (@1momof5) and on Facebook.

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1 cheap weeding dresses May 12, 2012 at 11:23 pm

Her blog has a little bit of everything – parenting, life in a large family and photography with a central tie-in: Bringing moms together to learn, connect, and enjoy life.

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2 cokctail dresses uk September 3, 2012 at 4:40 am

Thank for your good article. Although i have no kid now, but i shoulder know something about Autism.

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