Facebook Pages

These are some really wonderful Facebook pages – go “like” them now!


A Regular Guy: Growing up with Autism –  “A solution-minded autism forum. Want to know how to defuse a meltdown? Wondering if it gets easier as they grow?’ On the spectrum yourself, and have questions? You have come to the right place!!”

Aspergers Support Network – “I am Mum to a son with Aspergers Syndrome.  Please share your experiences with us of living with Aspergers and how it affects your life.”

Autism Community Resources (Honor Diversity) –  This page aims “to advocate the idea that atypical neurological development is a normal human difference that should be recognized and respected as any other human difference.”

Autism Artists Who Know – A page dedicated to artists and writers of all ages either on the spectrum or having a loved one on the spectrum.

Autism Daddy – “I’m a 41 year old dad with an 8 year old son with severe autism. My wife is an Autism Mommy Rock Star! But she doesn’t like me RANTING about autism too much on Facebook to our friends & family. So I’ve created this anonymous Page with which to rant about autism and celebrate my son “Kyle” :-)”

Autism Moms – This is a support group designed to unite mothers and parents of children with Autism. The purpose of this page to help educate, support, and learn from one another in our journey with raising children on the spectrum.

Autism Understanding and Acceptance – A grassroots movement to upgrade a day dedicated to awareness, where awareness is no longer enough. It is not sufficient for people to simply be aware of Autism. They have to know what it is and accept the people that have it.

Autistic Playground – To raise public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families, and society; and to bring hope to all who deal with the hardships of autism. We don’t want a cure, or funding for research into a cure because we embrace autism.  “What we want funded is appropriate education and practical support services that would allow us to use our unique skills productively and to live happy and fulfilling lives.  We also need to get politics out of the way. There are people’s lives at stake here.  So, STOP politicking and START helping.”

Blessed by (Autism) Uniquely Magnificent Children – “Empowering mothers of autistic, neurodivergent, spirited and otherwise uniquely magnificent children by sharing what I’ve learned (and am learning) on my parenting journey.”

Bubbles Make Him Smile – ” Follow our blog as we share our lives with you and our experiences as people who love someone with autism.”

Connor’s Gift ~ Embracing Autism in This New Age – “This book is a story of true unconditional love~ We all speak of love, but we place conditions on who we love or why we love, asking conditions to change in order for us to love, so that we can then feel better.  Or~  You can truly love unconditionally and witness your heart open up~ These children diagnosed with what many see as a disability is actually an  ~ABILITY~  They are showing us how to be the best we can possibly BE in this life experience~ Moving Beyond words…”

Drawing Autism – Celebrates the artistry and self-expression found in the drawings, paintings and collages created by people diagnosed with autism.

Finding S.o.A.P. – Finding Support of Autistic children for Parents.

Friends on The Spectrum – “The Autism Spectrum consists of disorders that affect 1% of the U.S. teenage population, as well as their friends and family. Why not lend them support by “hopping on the spectrum”, joining the group, and becoming an ally with those just like you on the other end.  The mission is a simple one: Create a friendly community for teens with Autism. It’s senseless that people with certain gifts are viewed as anything less than the norm. We hope to change this.”

Give Autism A Chance –  Started by Bella Tommey, 15, who has a brother with autism and believes that people with autism are capable of putting something back into society if they are given the opportunity to do so.

Know Autism? – Know Autism? An independent awareness project to educate the masses on evidence-based practices, myths and truths about ASD. “My name is Sarah Pelangka. I am a doctoral student at UCSB, specializing in the study of autism, and I also have a 13-year-old sister who has autism and generalized anxiety disorder. Through my work as a behavioral therapist, as well as through my life experience with my sister, I have witnessed firsthand how misinformed – or, at times even uninformed – peers and people in general are when it comes to ASD.”

Lilly Lane ~ Kids without Diagnosis –  A place to find support and information for families/parents of children with undiagnosed disability.

Little Bird You Are Perfect – “A healing book for adults and a positive affirmation fairy-tale for children, Little Bird captures the positive nature of children everywhere.”

Momma’s Little Blessings – A page to support families going through all the ups and downs of living with a child with special needs.

Our Kids Special Needs – Our Kids Special Needs is an online community made up of parents, teachers, academics and professionals that are willing to help each other by sharing knowledge and resources.

Parents of Special Needs Kids ~ A Support Group – This page is devoted to the parents who care for special needs children. We welcome every parent who wants to talk, vent, get support or suggestions. Every child is different, and the needs of every child are different.

Play at Home Mom – ” We are a group of moms who have a firm belief in positive parenting and play based learning (and also have extensive experience, knowledge, and educational backgrounds in Early Childhood Development, Exceptional Student Education, Family and Child Therapy, Play Therapy, and The Reggio Emilia Philosophy). We hope to inspire, educate, uplift, and empower you all to be the best moms (and dads) you can be.”

Raising a Sensory Smart Child –  “The award-winning book that serves as an invaluable resource for coping with sensory processing disorder, now updated and expanded with a chapter on autism and more tips! You’ll find it at your local bookstore, library and online at Amazon and elsewhere.”

Rebecca Spellmeyer ~ The Autism Queen – “I am a high functioning autistic that uses pageantry as therapy and as a way to spread the word about this very common and complex condition.”

Siblings of Autistic Kids – A supportive place for siblings of people on the Autism Spectrum (and their friends and families) to connect and share.

Spiritually Aware Parenting – “By being aware of your child’s spiritual self, and at the same time as being aware of your own spiritual source, together you can venture on an exciting journey, without the anxiety and frustration that has come to be expected from day to day parenting.”

Spread The Word to End The Word – “Spread the Word to End the Word is an ongoing effort by Special Olympics, Best Buddies International and our supporters to raise the consciousness of society about the dehumanizing and hurtful effects of the word “retard(ed)” and encourage people to pledge to stop using the R-word.”

Stuart Duncan ~ Autism from A Father’s Point of View – “Raising an Autistic child from a father’s point of view. Here I share all of what it means to me to do everything to make sure my son can have the best life that he can, no matter what.”

Autism Army Mom – “My Life As An Ungraceful, Unhinged, and Unwilling Draftee Into the Autism Army. Blogs and sites about autism can sometimes be a bummer and full of gloom and doom. I firmly believe that laughter is the best medicine. Of course, not every day is a laugh-riot, but finding some humor along the way helps me get through.”

The Art of Autism – This book features 54 artists on the autism spectrum and essays by Dr. Darold Treffert, Stephen Shore, and Colin Zimbleman on autism and art.

The Autism Shift – The Mission of The Autism Shift in to engage individuals and organizations at a higher level of dialogue, thought, and collective action to raise awareness, education, and opportunities in the global autism community.

The Funny Side of Autism – The page is “…about providing support for all those who have in some way been touched by autism through friendship and the sharing of ideas, thoughts and feelings. We have a world wide fan base who are here to let you know you are not alone even though you may feel as if you are!!! It’s a 24 hour support group from the comfort of your own home:) Topics can range from advice on issues, to funny stories to just out and out venting!!! It’s nice to be able to share with those who get it!”

The Way of The Peaceful Parent – “Our mission is to bring education, support, peace and healing to as many families and early childhood centres as possible.”

Thru Autistic Eyes – “I am a stay at home mother and poet at heart. I want this page to be a free place for all those whose lives are touched with autism to come together. Autism is no longer something rare, many of us have a child/ren who have autism or know someone diagnosed on the autism spectrum.”


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