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My First Children's Book about my Daughter Alanis' Day-to-Day Routine and Challenges with Autism.
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1. A Teen's Guide To Autism

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2. A Field of Genes

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3. A Field of Genes

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4. Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

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5. Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

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6. Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

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Alanis' Daily Routine | MagicBlox Kid's Book

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8. Lindt Swiss Chocolatier, Raised Money for Autism Speaks.

» $129,716 Raised for the Autism Cause!

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9. Lindt Swiss Chocolatier, Raised Money for Autism Speaks.

» $129,716 Raised for the Autism Cause!

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10. 8 Facts About Autism the media is not covering

8 Facts About Autism the Media Is Not Covering | Let's Chat Autism

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8 Facts About Autism the Media Is Not Covering | Let's Chat Autism

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12. Worshiping with a child with Special Needs

Worshiping with a Child With Special Needs

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13. Worshiping with a child with Special Needs

Worshiping with a Child With Special Needs

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14. Is Autism different for girls?

SEN Magazine - Is autism different for girls?

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15. Is Autism different for girls?

SEN Magazine - Is autism different for girls?

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16. ScienceDaily: Closer Personal Relationships could help teens overcome learning disabilities.


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17. ScienceDaily: Closer Personal Relationships could help teens overcome learning disabilities.

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19. Toys r us Lighting It Up Blue!!

Stores Like Toys r Us join in every year to promote Autism Awareness for our Children :)))
Toys r us is doing its part to promote awareness campaign Autism Speaks by allowing users who like the retailer’s Facebook page or one for Babies “R” Us to “Shine a Light for Autism.”
Fans of the Toys “R” Us or Babies “R” Us pages can use the Shine a Light for Autism application to add a blue tint to their profile pictures and share virtual autism awareness message with their friends in explaining why their profile pictures are different.
Several blue icons created by Toys “R” Us can also be used as profile pictures.

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20. Toys r us Lighting It Up Blue!!

Stores Like Toys r Us join in every year to promote Autism Awareness for our Children :)))
Toys r us is doing its part to promote awareness campaign Autism Speaks by allowing users who like the retailer’s Facebook page or one for Babies “R” Us to “Shine a Light for Autism.”
Fans of the Toys “R” Us or Babies “R” Us pages can use the Shine a Light for Autism application to add a blue tint to their profile pictures and share virtual autism awareness message with their friends in explaining why their profile pictures are different.
Several blue icons created by Toys “R” Us can also be used as profile pictures.

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21. Autism Speaks Blue 25-Watt A19 Incandescent Light Bulb-A19 120v 25w E26/24 at The Home Depot

Autism Speaks Blue 25-Watt A19 Incandescent Light Bulb-A19 120v 25w E26/24 at The Home Depot

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22. Autism Speaks Blue 25-Watt A19 Incandescent Light Bulb-A19 120v 25w E26/24 at The Home Depot

Autism Speaks Blue 25-Watt A19 Incandescent Light Bulb-A19 120v 25w E26/24 at The Home Depot

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23. Alanis' Daily Routine...My First Book About my Daughter who has an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Click here to read my book on Magicblox.com~ Alanis' Daily Routine ~  This story is about my little girl named Alanis Dior Newell who has an Autism  Spectrum Disorder. Alanis deals with her daily routine and challenges with Autism each day. Alanis' Routine is a big part of her daily life. Her things have to be in the same order everyday. People can better understand about Autism after reading my book about my daughter expressions and behaviors of Autism from a mother's point of View. We as Parents of children with Autism can learn from each other.I am a parent of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. My daughter Alanis was diagnosed with Autism at the tender age of two. Alanis’ doctor stated to me that there was no known cause or cure for Autism.  After my daughter’s diagnosis, I did an extensive amount of research on this topic. I have read numerous books and articles written by various medical doctors stating their opinions and giving explanations on Autism. However, none of the material that I’ve read explained the challenges parents face, with having Autistic children. During the time my daughter was diagnosed, there weren’t many resources available from a parents point of view. What’s it like to raise a child with Autism. So, I decided to write a book about my daughter’s day to day routine and her accomplishments dealing with Autism. 

My Daughter who has Autism is an inspiration to me, because she has taught me to be a better parent and to get to know her in so many ways. I have learned so much about what an Autism Spectrum Disorder is through my daughter's daily routine and challenges with Autism. She's my life and my inspiration, my hope and a hero. She encouraged me to write a resource book about her to share with other people to better understand about Autism. 
God Bless!!!


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24. Alanis' Daily Routine...My First Book About my Daughter who has an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Click here to read my book on Magicblox.com~ Alanis' Daily Routine ~  This story is about my little girl named Alanis Dior Newell who has an Autism  Spectrum Disorder. Alanis deals with her daily routine and challenges with Autism each day. Alanis' Routine is a big part of her daily life. Her things have to be in the same order everyday. People can better understand about Autism after reading my book about my daughter expressions and behaviors of Autism from a mother's point of View. We as Parents of children with Autism can learn from each other.I am a parent of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. My daughter Alanis was diagnosed with Autism at the tender age of two. Alanis’ doctor stated to me that there was no known cause or cure for Autism.  After my daughter’s diagnosis, I did an extensive amount of research on this topic. I have read numerous books and articles written by various medical doctors stating their opinions and giving explanations on Autism. However, none of the material that I’ve read explained the challenges parents face, with having Autistic children. During the time my daughter was diagnosed, there weren’t many resources available from a parents point of view. What’s it like to raise a child with Autism. So, I decided to write a book about my daughter’s day to day routine and her accomplishments dealing with Autism. 

My Daughter who has Autism is an inspiration to me, because she has taught me to be a better parent and to get to know her in so many ways. I have learned so much about what an Autism Spectrum Disorder is through my daughter's daily routine and challenges with Autism. She's my life and my inspiration, my hope and a hero. She encouraged me to write a resource book about her to share with other people to better understand about Autism. 
God Bless!!!


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25. Autistic Kids Are/Autistic Kids Should by Lisa Quinones-Fontanez


Earlier this week, I read a post promoting an Autism Positivity flash blog carnival to raise awareness regarding autistic adultsInitiated by autistic blogger, Alyssa of “Yes, That Too” after the pro-autistic Facebook page Âû  (Autistic Union) shared disturbing Google search auto options forAutistics are and Autistics should. The carnival welcomes bloggers to share their stories of Autistics are and Autistic should ”[to change] search strings and the search results by way of putting good things out there.”
The post led me to search Autistic Kids Are and Autistic Kids Should and the results were equally disturbing.
Granted, they are not all horrible but it’s still terrifying, heartbreaking, unthinkable. And if I were a mom new to the autism diagnosis and I found this, I’d feel even more scared and alone.
It’s been almost five years since my son Norrin’s autism diagnosis. I’ve met enough autistic children and adults to know that they are stigmatized by people and children who do not understand.
It is time for everyone to understand. 1 in 88 kids are diagnosed with autism1 to 1.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder. Autism is the “fastest growing developmental disability.” April may be Autism Awareness month but for me, for parents of autistic kids and for autistic adults – Autism Awareness is every single day.  So I asked some autism parents to share a little something positive about their kids.
Would love your thoughts! Fill in the blanks (in the comments) about your kids.
Autistic kids are _________.
Autistic kids should _________.
To follow the Autistics Are and Autistics Should posts please visit Autistics Should and/or Autistics Are.
Read more of Lisa’s writing at AutismWonderland

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