It is important to honor the voice of everyone who has been touched by autism. Whether you want to call yourself or someone autistic or use the language of having autism. It is the spirit of inclusion and sensitivity that is important. The goal for me in my practice, supporting children with autism and their families, is to help families find out what supports are going to help, what supports are right for them and to ensure that the those supports are available and accessible.
Here is to Bright Futures for all children!