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3 Tips for Novice Political Candidates with Disabilities

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3 Tips for Novice Political Candidates with Disabilities

If you want to advocate for people with disabilities, you can start by reading informative books. When you are ready to take that advocacy to the next level, you should consider running for office.

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Why the Backwards “E”?

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Why the Backwards “E”?

Diagnosed as a toddler, David Petrovic fulfills his dreams of teaching middle school and speaking nationally—and he continues to reach new goals and greater heights. More than just a story, the book is filled with strategies and lessons learned, and it gives the reader the unique opportunity to experience life from the perspectives of the autistic person and family living it.

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The Top 5 Fears of an Autism Mom

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The Top 5 Fears of an Autism Mom

Living with autism is difficult. Being a high-functioning person with autism can be even more challenging because for many, "fitting in" is highly desired and doubly worked for yet ever so intangible.  So it is for their strongest advocate, the autism mom, the momma-bear, the warrior-mom who is steadily providing support.

And with that strong support comes our fears!

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