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SPREADING THE WORD

5 Feb

Just a short post everyone.

Wanted you all to know that I have now started a facebook group and Fan page.  Both are doing well and I’m enjoying  raising awareness for ASD. Both are linked to the blog and I have found it a great way to get more parents reading and sharing their story’s on autism.

Everybody is welcome to become a fan or join the group. All that is required is you’re a facebook member. You are all welcome to add the link to your blogs, notes, videos and more. The best part about being a member is that you help me spread the word and raise awareness for Autism & Asperger’s. We owe it to our children to be their voice and speak out for them because who else will ?

If your interested both group and page are called A boy with Asperger’s

If you have trouble with the link then just type A boy with Asperger’s into the search page on facebook.

Updated on the 20th-04-10

Just wanted to update the blog readers on the success of the facebook group & page. It’s going extremely well, They both are a great place to meet and chat with like-minded people all with an interest of autism & Asperger’s. We have fans and members that are autistic, families, friends, and professionals. We have many active and interesting discussions taking place on our group Which has near on 800 members and the fan page has nearly 1300 members. Both the group and page are very active with new wallpost and links coming in daily. If you want to be a part of it then come join us for a very warm and friendly welcome.

In a book store near you.

13 Jan

Since joining the social networking group for autism and Aspergers model me kids’ I have meet some very interesting people. Adonya Wong from Northeastern Oklahoma is one of them.
This mother has written a book inspired by her son in order to raise awareness for autism. In my mind is a tale about how a child with autism sees the world and how the world sees him.

In my mind was pre released in October and was released world wide on the 6th January this year.
A portion of authors proceeds benefit Tulsa Autism foundation.

See Adonya wong’s profile on model me kids where you can get more infomation, book tour and speak to the author live.

Adonya wongs website
http://throughtheeyesofautism.com

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