Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Learning to Be the Right Parent For This Child”: a Q & A

In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, Priscilla Gillman, an author I admire,  gave me the opportunity to answer some questions about Ezra. Priscilla’s book The Anti-Romantic Child (out in paperback this week), is a wonderful and uplifting read blending of memoir and poetry. Priscilla posted in on her blog. I’m reposting here. Many thanks [...]

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A “HuffPost Parents” Essay: His Father’s Friendship: A Teen Son With Autism Finds His Way

I was delighted when Lisa Belkin of HuffPost Parents asked me to write a post to be included among this week’s pieces marking National Autism Awareness Month. A few thoughts about friendship: When my son Ezra was in preschool, teachers told us that he would routinely bump into other children in the classroom. It wasn’t [...]

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