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In my current newsletter: What’s the difference between a dummy and a smarty? Lack of knowledge doesn’t make a person a dummy, but a smarty’s know-it-all lack of willingness to learn is a dangerous thing. Autism Misconceptions for Smarties.
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This month in my Perspectives column in Autism Aspergers Digest:What does autism “awareness” mean to you? Better question—what does it mean to those who think autism doesn’t touch them? Autism Awareness is Not Enough
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In the current issue of Children’s Voice, I turn my Exceptional Children column over to my son Bryce for his inspirational essay, “I Choose to be Optimistic.”Writing a book, or would like to? Contact me about affordable rates for developmental editing and writer coaching.
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