When my son, Norrin, was diagnosed with Autism at 2 1/2 years old, I felt like Alice, falling down the rabbit hole. Suddenly I was in a new world, one I didn't understand; a world that fascinated and frightened me. Every day is a puzzle waiting to be solved; every day there is inspiration; every day a new wonder is revealed. This is our journey through Autism Wonderland.

It Is Time To Move On {Atypical Familia}
by Lisa Quinones-Fontanez over 4 years ago
Survey Says! {7 Question Survey}
by Lisa Quinones-Fontanez over 4 years ago

The Aspie Side of Life


I blog about the adventures with my Adolescent son with Asperger's, ADHD, Anxiety and Depression. I also blog about advocacy, bullying prevention and life in general. I hope that you will stop by! I share our experiences to help others and to help raise awareness.

Not autistic enough
by AspieSide over 3 years ago
Life is too short
by AspieSide over 3 years ago

Take a Left at the Moon


I was diagnosed at the age of 29 with Asperger's Syndrome. I lived my whole life up until that point wondering why I was so different from everyone else. I have a son who has Asperger's Syndrome as well, and I'm married to a man who has not been diagnosed yet, but we believe is most certainly Asperger's as well. I write this blog because it helps me to keep track of my life, understand things better, and I also hope to help bring awareness to others outside the spectrum to bridge the gap between the spectrum and the NT worlds. Also, I love to connect with other Neurodiverse people.

Gnus, wombats and ducks


I have been diagnosed with Aspergers at age 40, and want to share some of my thoughts about it. I am also a mom to two wonderful kids, and wife to a very special man. I own too many animals, rooms full of books and my special interests are my own thoughts, autism, and people. And nature and reading and gardening.

Greeting rituals
by Cecile over 4 years ago
Would this make you uncomfortable?
by Cecile over 4 years ago

Raising Complicated Kids


I write about my experience raising two children on the autism spectrum, plus ADHD, NVLD, anxiety and learning issues.

Courage and Coffee: Learning to Live with Autism


I am a teacher turned stay at home mom of a 3 year old who was recently diagnosed with autism. This is our story of how our family is Learning to Live with Autism.

Second Grade Brings Changes
by Jessica Wolfe almost 3 years ago
First Grade Anxiety
by Jessica Wolfe over 3 years ago

Jane Casey's Kitchen


A blog dedicated to food and recovery from Autism. My 12-year old twin boys' have lost their autism diagnosis and I am sharing food tips and love!

Body Fat and detoxing in the spring-why French women don’t get fat
by over 4 years ago
Want a sneak peek at the new cookbook?
by over 4 years ago

The Autism Blog


The author of this blog writes about her life with a son with autism. It is a very uplifting view on the family dynamics of living with a child with autism.

about 4 years ago
Wow, it's March.
over 4 years ago



Here you can listen to podcasts on the subject of autism. Many great posts and very interesting stories told about living with autism and some are told by those who are autistic.

Try Defying Gravity


This blogger believes we have to be the ones to speak up and help others learn how to help children that have autism. She shares things you need to know about IEP meetings and parent/teacher conferences for special needs kids.

Born This Way (part three)
by Alysia Butler over 4 years ago
Born This Way (part two)
by Alysia Butler over 4 years ago

Aspie Rhetor


The author of this blog is a hyperlexic Asperger’s autistic and an assistant Professor of English. She shares her opinions and thoughts about living with this disorder and the blog has some very well written posts.

Nipple play
by Melanie over 3 years ago

Autism Resources


Here you will find a number of links having to do with autism. Fantastic site to find all the resources needed.



This blogger thinks if you have a choice to be happy, be happy. Yes autism is different, but there is no reason not to enjoy life. This is a very heartwarming and funny blog.

Grand Theft Grocery
by Stimey over 2 years ago
Captain Stimey: Lord of Boring
by Stimey over 2 years ago



This blogger writes on how to make religion more friendly for those who have Asperger's Syndrome. The articles found here are very interesting and thoughtful.

A Modest Proposal to Allow Syrian Refugees Into the Country
by Izgad over 2 years ago
Kalman Evolves Into an Altruist
by Izgad over 2 years ago

Confessions of an Aspergian


This blog is written from the point of view of an author who has Asperger's Syndrome. You get a different perspective of what life is like for someone with this syndrome. It is a very compelling blog.

A little autism awareness
by ScottCrawley over 4 years ago
The first spyder!!!!!!
by ScottCrawley over 4 years ago

The Fabulous Mr Luca


This blog is about a family with three children, one of them has autism and one has Asperger's Syndrome. You will follow their journey of everyday life along with the struggles and celebrations.

Amy's Tiny Corner of Existence


Amy Gravino is the author of this blog and a woman with Asperger's Syndrome. You will experience what life is like for her living with this syndrome.

October Speaking Appearances!
by Amy Gravino almost 4 years ago
The Butterfly and the Bear
by Amy Gravino almost 4 years ago



Mr. LeRette is the author of this blog and the father of an extraordinary boy who happens to be autistic. This is a blog that touches your heart; you feel the love this man has for his son. Here he shares his journey that he is taking with him.

The Unbreakable…Kimmy, huh?
by Scott LeRette over 3 years ago
The Unbreakable Boy - Launch Team
by BoomSooner almost 4 years ago



Shannon is the mother of an autistic child. She shares her thoughts and resources on helping autistic children thrive. She is an autism advocate and speaks at various conferences. Recently, Shannon and her son appeared together at the iPad 2 launch in early March!

by Shannon Des Roches Rosa over 2 years ago
All Done January
by Shannon Des Roches Rosa over 2 years ago

Susan Senator


A quote from Susan, the author and mother of a 21 year old son with autism hits home for a lot of us with special needs children. It is "Autism is not the end of the world; just the end of one kind of world" which is so true. This blog is about being hopeful and staying positive and offers advice on how to live with a person with autism.

Really? Autism Awareness Month?
by Susan Senator over 4 years ago
Alternative to Group Home: Shared Living
by Susan Senator over 4 years ago

Autism Science Foundation


This foundation is a non-profit organization founded by parents and scientists working together to find treatments for autism. The main mission is to provide funding to scientists and organizations for autism research.

CDC: 1 in 68 Children has an Autism Spectrum Disorder
by autismsciencefoundation over 4 years ago
A Night at the MRI Machine
by autismsciencefoundation over 4 years ago

POAC: The Educational Leader for the Autism Community


This organization is the educational leader for the autism community. They provide recreational and support services to children with autism and their families. You will find great resources here and there is support for families who are experiencing financial difficulties.