Parenting Autistic Children with Love and Acceptance has just published the first issue of a wonderful new magazine, and everybody is reading it!!
And it is not expensive.
In fact it is free, and you can get a copy to peruse and enjoy and share with others right here.
The magazine is an informative publication and a much-needed resource: “In this issue, you will read a lot about what acceptance really means. It is intentional, it is a learning process for most of us, and it is absolutely worth it because our Autistic children deserve nothing less.”
And c’mon… everybody and their Frog is reading it!!
A final and far more serious note:
It has been announced that Sesame Street intends to partner with Autism Speaks – which is definitely not a positive move for reducing stigma for Autistic people. Please sign and share this petition – that urges Sesame Street to reconsider this partnership, in favour of an organization that is inclusive of Autistic people and exclusive of negative stigma.
AS tells my child, my students and their families that Autistic people are a burden, an epidemic, and a tragedy. I hope Sesame Street will look deeper… because this needs to be ended. I hope they will shift their partnership to an organization that includes Autistic people and supports them and their families with acceptance, and a strength-based perspective. It is important they end their partnership with Autism Speaks, so that they continue to support and celebrate the diversity that has always been a hallmark of acceptance on Sesame Street.
30 Days of Autism is a project designed to fight stigma, promote civil rights, and increase understanding and acceptance for those who process and experience the world differently.
© Leah Kelley, Thirty Days of Autism (2014)
This post is part of the T-21 Down Wit Dat Blog Hop: Click here to enter your link and view the other participants.
Hmm maybe bc mobile…clicked on magazine but just gave me a black screen…I’ll look it up
Here is the link: http://www.calameo.com/read/003164484af94d91e10b5
Thanks shared on my page and autism group…Ibby’s jack and Jill story had me cracking up
Awesome!! Thank you!!
Reblogged this on Opposite Ends of the Spectrum and commented:
Great magazine and petition too 😉
Pingback: Parenting Autistic Children with Love and Acceptance #EducateSesame Street | Thirty Days of Autism