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All I’d like to do is say thank you. I was diagnosed with Aspergers at the age of nine (which is a type of Autism) and I want to be a mother one day. Seeing your posts has helped me to know that one day I will hopefully be a successful mother. And it means a lot to me that you are helping people. Thanks
Oh my goodness, Amber, this made my day. Thank you so much for sharing. <3 You will be an incredible mother!
Is there any way to purchase your book from Canada? We have just started this journey and while I can totally work with the blog and online resources, I would like to educate my mom and mother in law, and they would learn better with a physical book in their hands.
Hey Amanda! Embracing Autism should be available on Amazon in Canada. :)
I am in the process of completing my book about my 45 years of working with children. It shares insight, inspiration, and life lessons from working for children, teens and young adults with diverse abilities. Often the information you share came out while I researched for accuracy.
I will be adding your site in the resource and reference page. Could I use your full name in the credit, or would you prefer using only your first name.
Thank you for sharing your life, experiences, insight and support. I will put the draft of the book on-line within a few days. You will be able to read it to ensure that you are willing to have your site on the resource list.
Hi Patricia, sure! I’d love the credit be Kaylene George, Autistic Mama. Thanks!
Heya! I’m so glad I found your blog. I’m a young woman who was diagnosed with Aspergers a few years ago. It doesn’t bother me as I’m pretty high functioning but I really worry about my future because I really want to get married and have a large family but I sometimes worry that no man (that I would want to marry) will want to marry me if I’m going to give him autistic children. Seeing other women with severely autistic children also scares me because I don’t know if I’d be strong enough to do that. I don’t know what to do about all this but hoping for the best.
Kaylene, I really enjoy learning with the experience that you shared, I´m looking for a methodology for my 16 years autistic son, he just finish 9th grade, but I think he´s behind in his math skills and approching high school he need to improve, thank you for the wonderful information.
I´m writing you from Monterrey, NL, México