Shannon Rosa

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California  ·  I write on autism acceptance, understanding, and parenting, iPads, and vaccines. Look for me at Squidalicious, BlogHer, and Thinking Person's Guide to Autism.
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Vaccines on trial: U.S. court separates fact from fiction

Two of every three alleged injuries have been dismissed over the past 30 years

Explaining the Correlation of Autism After Vaccines – VAXOPEDIA

Vaccines having nothing to do with autism, even though it might sometimes seem to you that your child's signs and symptoms of autism are correlated with recently getting vaccinated.

Portrayal of People with Disabilities

Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)

Autistic voices, and the problem of the “vocal minority”

Autistic voices, and the problem of the “vocal minority”

Reminder: Vaccines have nothing to do with autism. Not a single f***ng thing.

Reminder: Vaccines have nothing to do with autism. Not a single f***ng thing. A friend recently asked me to join a discussion on autism and vaccines, in which an acquaintance was parroting, much like our misinformed.

Tips for surviving difficult weeks and months, for parents of autistic kids (including those who may be autistic themselves)

Parenting has its ups and downs. Parenting neurodivergent children without supports and in a world made for neurotypical people can feel very overwhelming. You might sometimes struggle with hard we…

How to Find Autism Information That Will Help You — because you, your students, and your child deserve to lead good lives.

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Autism, Health Fitness, Health And Wellness, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Health And Fitness, Gymnastics

Wandering & tracking devices: legislation needs to address both safety & autonomy concerns. By Ari Ne'eman.

Safety versus autonomy: advocates for autistic children split over tracking devices

Autism Speaks Hasn’t Really Changed Anything (Re: October 2016 Mission Statement) by unstrangemind

Autism Speaks Hasn’t Really Changed Anything (Re: October 2016 Mission Statement) by unstrangemind

Language opportunities for using AAC at home

The doors to the AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom are OPEN! The classroom offers a large collection of learning resources, which are designed to support implementation of any AAC system that is based on core words.