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We recognize trained and experienced professionals as experts in their fields – but we also believe parents have a unique brand of expertise, as the ones who know their children better than anyone else in the world. Other family members, caregivers, teachers and friends also have experiences and insights that provide us with new perspective. We invite you to read our featured stories, and to consider sending us your own.

Freelance wRiter Matt o’Keefe’s self-Discovery

In his own words, Matt tells of his surprising realization and how he’s channeled it into a personal success story.

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what if, BY kimberly gerry-tucker

Kimberly Gerry-Tucker is an amazing young woman, challenged by Asperger’s Syndrome and selective mutism, and gifted with wonderful talent. Back in 2012, we published Kim’s article about her art; since then, she’s devoted considerable time to her writing as well. Her insightful commentary will make you angry, give you insight, and inspire you.

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Visiting Parenthood, by Edward J. Nitkewicz

Edward J. Nitkewicz is an Awe in Autism Board member and a frequent contributor to the site. The parent of a son with autism, Ed is candid, humorous and tender in his essays. His latest, “Visiting Parenthood,” should come with the label: “DO NOT MISS.”

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See Him, by Edward J. Nitkewicz

Ed Nitkewicz is a member of the Awe in Autism Review Board, a respected attorney, parent advocate for children with special needs, and the devoted father of Edward, who has autism. We’re pleased to feature his latest essay here.

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God and the Special Needs Child: One Father’s Journey of Faith, by Edward J. Nitkewicz

A thought-provoking essay by one of our own review board members.

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Today I Bought a Mitt, by Edward J. Nitkewicz

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Socially Challenged?, by Dan Tedesco

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