There is a saying in the autism community, "If you have met one person with autism, you have met one person with autism." While each of our children are unique individuals with unique struggles and equally unique talents, many moms find themselves facing the same struggles with not many who can relate. Some of our moms have been courageous enough to share their stories as sources of hope and inspiration, so other moms know they are not alone.
Jill Briesch is a regular featured writer for Autism Speaks. She is a tax accountant from Dallas, TX who has two sons with autism. She and her family are also the DFW Node ambassador family for the Autism BrainNet Initiative.
The Tough Moment My Son Realized He Was Different
Ties That Bind: A Letter To My Son With Autism On His Birthday
Ties that Bind: To The Parents Whose Child Has Just Been Diagnosed
To Our Son's Kindergarten Teacher: Don't Let Him Give Up On Himself
An Open Letter From A Parent To The Autism Professionals of Tomorrow
After Years Of Therapy My Son With Autism Is Now Playing Baseball
Why My Child With Autism Is Excited To See The New Star Wars Movie
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