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I had a powerful chat with Kara Ro in her radio show The TKO Show with Kara Ro via iHeartRadio AM800 CKLW She's a mom, boxing champion with great, insightful messages! She was all curious about our book Autism: The Happy Kingdom, Thomais, her book "The Story of Thomais" and autism as a diagnosis not a definition. Thank you! Click here and listen to our chat!Find out more »
Come join us for a morning of meaningful networking with Working Women of Tampa Bay! Meet like-minded professionals at our Dunedin Connections hosted by Sweet Peas Cafe. This monthly event is your opportunity to connect and grow your business in a cozy and relaxed atmosphere. Guests will receive a complimentary cup of coffee and baked goods thanks to our sponsor. Guests will receive a complimentary cup of coffee and baked goods. With B. Root Proia - great local leader About Our…Find out more »
Special arts exploration event for individuals in the autism spectrum!
Seating is limited to 20 people.
The Tampa Bay special needs community is invited to participate in a panel titled: Parents-to-Parents education on the benefit of therapies and nutrition Join Gulf Coast Autism Association http://gulfcoastautism.org/ and Florida Institute on Community and Disability (FICD) www.myFICD.org as they support Yadira V. Calderon, a local author and advocate who insists: “Informed parents make the best decisions”. Many children and adults with a diagnosis face a variety of challenges – physical, medical, developmental. A plethora of researched and tried services, therapies…Find out more »
SPECIAL NEEDS AND MARRIAGE - A PARENT PERSPECTIVE
Realities, Challenges, Fears, Commitment, Lessons of love
Thomais realizes she belongs to the universe. She is discovering that her emotions are very powerful. Now she understands that her family is separated, how autism forced this separation and of course, she has many questions.Find out more »
Adults with a disability learn to be their own advocates. Challenging, yet possible. Let's discuss how to be a part of their safety.Find out more »