Our Favorite Autism-Related Blog Posts

A teenager with an iPadI don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but here in Chicago April has been cold, cold, cold — it snowed on the Cubs opening game day! I’m blaming the weather for it taking so long for me to acknowledge here on the Easterseals blog that April is Autism Acceptance Month.

This month especially we encourage you to learn a little more about what autism is, and take a look at the stories of those who are reaching their goals — finding a job, joining a baseball team, volunteering — with the help of Easterseals affiliates across the country.

Here on the blog, we’re rounding up some of our most helpful and popular blog posts related to autism. Whether you’re a parent of a child newly diagnosed with autism, a teenager navigating high school, an adult searching for the right career track, or anywhere in between, check out our suggested posts:

Looking for more autism related content? Subscribe to our Autism + You enewsletter!


Comments may not reflect Easterseals' policies or positions.

Please read our community guidelines when posting comments.

  1. Beth Finke Says:

    Thanks for this –very helpful.

  2. Desiree Kameka Says:

    The Autism Housing Network is also a resource for individuals on the spectrum and their families to learn about the wide range of both traditional and emerging housing and support models! For example, this video series discusses the benefits and considerations of over 18 different options: http://www.autismhousingnetwork.org/education/virtual-tour-housing-options/

Leave a Reply