I started Autism Odysseys on Facebook three years ago as a place to post the plethora of memes I found myself making. I had no idea what I was doing but I was happy to find that others could relate to what I was posting! 3 years later, I’m still here and will be forever grateful for… Continue reading Autism Odysseys 3-Year Anniversary!
This is the next installment of “Autism Rules” chronicling the shared experiences many of us may face. Hopefully you can relate to some of these “rules” illustrated by scenes from TV and movies. When you actually have the opportunity to sleep, insomnia happens. If I wake up and let my mind wander, the rest of… Continue reading Autism Rules: Part 5
Goodbye 2016, hello 2017! Here are some of the top performing “gif” posts of the year on Autism Odysseys. It may take a little longer to display all the gifs – hopefully some of them are relatable!
When you get woken up in the middle of the night. (Tommy Boy)
What food aversions look like. (Despicable Me)
It’s not quite that simple. (Doctor Who)
When you meet others who get it. (Doctor Who)
Listening to what happened at school. (Supernatural)
When you get unsolicited parenting advice (Doctor Who)
When your child tries a new food (Superntural)
Watching my kids do new things.(Firefly)
Lastly, parents watching their kids in public.
I am grateful for your support as we work to spread awareness and acceptance of autistic differences.
Happy New Year everyone!
It has been 9 years since my twins were first diagnosed with Autism and I can truly say it has been an adventure. I have learned a lot over the years about myself and my children and one of the most important things for me is having a sense of humor. There have been many… Continue reading 10 Gifs That May Sum Up Being The Parent of An Autistic Child
April is Autism Awareness month with April 2nd designated as Worldwide Autism Awareness Day. While awareness is important, acceptance and inclusion of autistic individuals is also desperately needed. It’s also needed 12 months and 365 days a year. To commemorate the need for a year long campaign, the #LightItUpWho hashtag was created to keep the… Continue reading #LightItUpWho for Autism Awareness and Acceptance
February highlights of original content posted on Autism Odysseys on Facebook throughout the month! 1. Special Education2.Don’t underestimate a child’s intelligence.3. Milestones4. Redirection via MIB (and photoshop)5. Redirect with electronics via Mission Impossible Rogue Nation (and photoshop) 6. Don’t run out of your child’s favorite food7. The big things can be little things to everyone else.8. Sometimes celebrities need… Continue reading February on Autism Odysseys
We have recently started attending comic conventions as a family after discovering that our kids (ages 9, 12, 12 and 14) really enjoyed them. For anyone considering attending a convention whether it is for comics, fandom, anime or video games, here are a few tips to help make the convention experience better for everyone. 1.… Continue reading 10 Things To Make Comic Conventions More Enjoyable With Kids (Including Those With Special Needs)
This is part 4 in the “Autism Rules” series highlighting some common aspects of parenting. The term “rule” is used very loosely but hopefully you relate to a few of them! In case you missed them the other posts in the series!Autism Rules Part 1 Autism Rules Part 2 Autism Rules Part 3 36. You… Continue reading Autism Rules Part 4
Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s are Flash and Arrow nights in my house (plus Monday is Supergirl) and Thursday will soon be Legends of Tomorrow night! This is a compilation of posts that have been posted on Autism Odysseys Autism parents know that real friends are the ones who are there when life starts throwing boomerangs. Elevator-induced autism… Continue reading 14 Times Autism Has Been Explained by Arrow And The Flash
I love Marvel Comics movie adaptations – especially watching them with my family. They have been a great source of reciprocal conversations regarding plot lines, character analysis and comparison of powers. My twin sons wish is to one day meet Stan Lee at a comic convention. This collection of memes was originally posted on Autism Odysseys… Continue reading 16 Times Marvel Comics Helped Me Explain Autism
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