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The Map of Now

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April 7, 2017 TMR is greatly saddened to hear of the untimely death of Liam Scheff. In honor of his life and his work, we are rerunning the blog he wrote for us back in September of 2013. Rest in … Continue reading

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8 Questions to Ask a Vendor at an Autism Conference Before You Buy

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April 6, 2017 I remember my first autism conference five or so years ago. I was so incredibly overwhelmed at all the things to buy, all the lectures to hear, and all the people I didn’t know. I figured that every … Continue reading

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The Vaccine Controversy: A Personal Perspective from a Self-Advocate with Autism

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April 4, 2017 James Williams is an adult with autism and a TMR friend. We find that his perspective on life is always valuable, but never more so than during Autism Awareness Month. I have decided to write this blog … Continue reading

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Post-Election To-Do Item: Make Sure Others Know They Matter

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November 11, 2016 We recently ran a review of Julie Obradovic’s new book An Unfortunate Coincidence in which we said she had a rare way with words. So it should come as no surprise that, when it comes to election … Continue reading

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Dear Mom in the Waiting Room

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November 2, 2016 I see you there. In the corner. Trying to pretend you’re not here. That you’re not at a pediatric rehab facility with your child. Trying to deny that the flapping, toe walking, and self-injurious behaviors aren’t autism. … Continue reading

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“An Unfortunate Coincidence” That Was Anything But Coincidental

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October 31, 2016 Pray, don’t find fault with the man that limps,  Or stumbles along the road. Unless you have worn the moccasins he wears, Or stumbled beneath the same load.  . . . Take the time to walk a … Continue reading

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Legal Guardianshit: What Parents of Adults with Autism Need to Know

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October 28, 2016 If you have a child with autism, you may be wondering what happens when my child turns 18 and becomes a legal adult? What if they cannot make their own medical and financial decisions or read beyond … Continue reading

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One Mom’s Letter to CDC Director Thomas Frieden

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October 24, 2016 Last Wednesday we told you that CDC Director Thomas Frieden had blocked the testimony of William Thompson, PhD, also known at the “CDC Whistleblower,” in a lawsuit regarding Yates Hazlehurst’s vaccine injury.  We encouraged everyone to contact … Continue reading

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Bridging the Chasm

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October 13, 2016 Something that I try very hard to remember when dealing with Autism Parent Land is this: Just because Susie had an experience that doesn’t match mine, it doesn’t mean her experience is invalid and it doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Vaccines Cause Autism – Part 4: Postnatal Immune Activation

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September 29, 2016 If you’ve been following our blog, you know that we recently initiated the hosting of a series of blogs, with permission of the author, from the website Vaccine Papers that compile the scientific proof that vaccines can … Continue reading

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