In addition to reading my blog (mucho thanks btw) , there are a plethora of ones out there that come to autism. Some have to do with just autism, some are just documenting family , and some are autism, homeschool and all the other things like me. Just in case you are dying to know what I read, I compiled 5 autism blogs that you should follow as well. You can thank me later. Of course, thank me later with chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate. You can never go wrong with chocolate.
5 Autism Blogs You Have To Follow
- The Momma Knows – She did a fantastic series on 31 Days of Homeschooling on the Spectrum . She is a plethora of information not only on autism but homeschooling with autism.
- Autism Daddy – So, this isn’t my favorite blog. He’s crass to say the least. I don’t care for his approach to autism. BUT he tells it like it is. He shares information about his non verbal son and their struggles openly. He answers questions poignantly and honestly. If nothing else, he is 100% honest about their life with autism. That is always refreshing to read. He brings an awareness about the reality of life with autism that most people gloss over.
- Jennifer A. Janes – Another homeschooling autism momma. She is quite knowledgeable about special needs . She shares encouragement for the children as well as the parents. Who couldn’t use encouragement while walking this difficult road we have been given?
- Special Needs Homeschooling – Heather is an amazing mom and speaker of all things special needs. She and her children suffer from among other things, mitochondrial disease with autism. Heather is currently at home with hospice living what is most likely her final months (I’m praying for years) on earth. She is a fantastic resource of how to live frugally as well as the dealing with special needs. She speaks at many homeschool conferences including my favorite, Teach Them Diligently. She also runs the Special Needs Homeschooling Group on Facebook that is a treasure trove of information in addition to resources.
- Jenny Herman.com – Jenny tells you the good, bad and ugly. Her honesty is so refreshing. You can relate to her experiences as your own.