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Becoming a great conversationalist

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Sometimes you can’t find the words to say what you need or how you feel. Sometimes you know the words but can’t get them out. And even when the words do come out right, people don’t always listen. ~ C.L. Bridge, awnnetwork.org

To My Preteen Self

Original post for Autistics Speaking Day by C.L. Bridge Dear eleven-year-old me, Hello from the future! There are so many things I want to tell you. But first, I suppose I …

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As adults, we should be the ones making decisions, even if we need help. Everyone has a story, wishes and thoughts. Advocating with us means giving us all the tools we need to express ourselves. ~ Amy Sequenzia, awnnetwork.org

Parenting and Advocating With Autistic Children

Parents of Autistic children have to learn how to advocate for supports in school, in the community, and even at home. This is not something that gets done after a few …

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#LiveBoldly You And I – #MeWithYou

This post is to add my voice to the many disabled people protesting the film “Me Before You”, and the unsatisfactory responses of the actors of the film, and the writer …

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AWN Acceptance Event 2016: Spectrum Viewing

On Saturday April 23, Autism Women’s Network and the Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Lending Library co-sponsored an event that included a screening of the film Spectrum: A Story of the Mind, …

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Blog Talk Radio

[Transcribed] AWN Radio Interview on Blog Talk with Guests Nick Walker and Jill Jones from SPECTRUM: A Story of the Mind

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Help us make April amazing!

Spring is in the air and April’s around the corner. AWN has big things planned for Autism Acceptance Month and we’d love to have your help! We are planning a screening …

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AWN Activism with Content – Slides

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Social Media and Privacy for People with Disabilities

In social media, I see a lot of things that make me cringe, get angry and sad. One of those things is how some parents of disabled people – mostly children, …

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Meet Kimberly Steiner, AWN Online Content Moderator

What things are fun about me? I really love to cook. I live in the deep South (Hi! ya’ll) so my cooking reflects the area in which I live. I really …

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