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10 years 28 weeks ago

Dear Liz,

I wanted to welcome you to the Autism One.
By becoming an active participant you can support and inspire others. Your sharing experience can lift other parents to help them move forward on this path. Autism can be challenging and puzzling. You can make a difference; together we can effectively resolve issues in a collaborative manner by addressing questions and providing feedback.
My son Jordan has made remarkable progress so please don’t ever give up hope!
Feel free to share your thoughts, stories and wisdom for we are all in this together.
To quote, Brandi Snyder: “To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world.”
Should you need any further assistance or information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Rhonda Brunett
Autism One International Inc. Chicago Liaison

Will wrote:
10 years 28 weeks ago

Hi April's Mom
Let me extend to you my personal welcome to our AutismOne Social Network. AutismOne is now the “one-stop-shopping center” for information about autism. We have the annual conference in Chicago, AutismOne radio, the Elizabeth Birt Center for Autism Law and Advocacy and now the AutismOne Social Network (and more to come).
I notice that you’ve not made any entries into your profile. Remember, this is a social network. Part of the function of a social network is to meet and interact with others who have common interests. Of course autism is a common interest. But there is more than that. Individuals like to know about a person before becoming a “friend.” That’s where the profile comes in. So whenever you can find the time, please fill in some of the entries of your profile. To do that just click on “My User Menu” next to the Welcome area on the right. From the resulting menu click on “Edit My Profile” and you will be in business.
Helping you interact with others is one of the many things we can do for you. Now here’s something you can do for us. Log in on a regular basis and read the blogs and articles then write a blog yourself. It can be on any subject of interest to you, preferably with some relevance to autism but not necessarily. It can be short or long, whatever it takes for you to express your thoughts. If you have a question then ask it in a blog--people read then they respond. If you see something with which you agree or disagree then please add a comment with your thoughts. This is an open community designed to help and support. We like to hear all sides.
I am looking forward to reading your opinions in future blogs and/or articles.
With my best regards
Will Price, CFO

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About Me

Liz Accomando
45 years
About Me
Relationship Status: 
Here For: 
Zodiac Sign: 
Drink Only
Some college
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Stay at home mom
A Little About Me: 

On a relentless pursuit to heal and recover my daughter from Autism. She is now 5 and has made significant improvements due to my diligence. Just recently visited North Carolina and had 40 dives of Hyperbaric Oxygen treatments in a hard chamber. HBOT Rocks! Prior to treatment my daughter's speech was limited and during our treatments her speech increased and she began to imitate everything. It is truly a miracle!
I have been married for 5 years 1/2 to an amazingly devoted father and loving husband. We have been a team since day one and my daughters progress has been unbelievable.

Why I am a Part of the AutismOne Community: 

To support, offer information and to inspire.

What I am Here For: 
To share my daughters story and the mission we are on. Also, to instill hope and support.
Autism Help / Accomplishments: 

I am a rescue angel in Jenny McCarthys Generation Rescue website. Mom's contact me and I offer my knowledge in this area and support.
Any individual who crosses my path that I can offer hope to through sharing my own experience I gladly do.
Also, I am working on a book, would eventually like to start my own website and blog page.

My Daily Motivations: 

My daughters will to live she was born 1pd and 15oz and was determined and chose life. Therefore, I choose to love and heal her until my last day on this earth.
My daughters beautiful and happy face.
Her constant attempts and intent to speak.
My unconditional love for my child.
The forever unchanging love I receive from my God up above. He has always provided and continues to bless us.
The progress she has made through all the therapies, diet, and biomedical interventions.

To heal and recover my daughter, so she may be able to function as normal as possible.
Help Needed: 
Knowledge is power and the more I know the more I can help my daughter.
Help to Give: 

I can offer support and my knowledge. Also, I can speak on what I targeted to help my daughter progress.

Yoga, dance
Writing lyrics to a song, and singing.
Books / Magazines: 
Healing and preventing autism, Louder than words and mother warriors by Jenny McCarthy, Raising a sensory smart child Lindsey Bail and Nancy Peske, The late talker by Marilyn Agin, The fabric of autism by Judith Bluestone, More than a mom...lliving a full and balanced life when you have a child with special needs by Amy Baskin and Heather Fawcett, A new earth awakening to your life's purpose by Eckhart Tolle, Unraveling the mystery of autism and pervasive developmental disorder by Karyn Seroussi.
Don't worry about anything...pray for everything!
Pop, jazz, r&b, dance
TV Shows: 
General Hospital, Oprah, Chelsea Handler, The Kardashians, Lifetime movies, Curb your enthusiam, The good wife, The real housewives of new jersey, atlanta, orange county, True blood, Celebity apprentice
As Good as it gets, Terms of endearment, Foreign film Y tu mama tambien, amorres perros, Sex and the city, Precious.
Inspirational Spots: 
Church, the hospital where she was born, the therapy offices where she has received therapy.
Personal Heroes: 
Myself. I am a passionate, dedicated, motivational, supportive, woman, friend, sister, cousin, sister in law, daughter, mother and wife. I have one way or another touched and helped, so many. I've instilled hope and have inspired practically everyone I know and whomever I have met along the way.