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Will wrote:
11 years 11 weeks ago

Hi Dan
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).
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. Every new community requires a good hard kick start to get going. We need you to help us with that. 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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December 7, my birthday, is the nineteenth anniversary of Ben’s diagnosis.
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About Me

Dan E. Burns
75 years
Dallas, Texas
About Me
Relationship Status: 
In a relationship
Here For: 
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Liberal Christian
Zodiac Sign: 
Drink Only
Ph.D., English
Oklahoma State University
A Little About Me: 

Dan E. Burns, Ph.D., is the father of a 25-year-old son on the autism spectrum and the author of Saving Ben: A Father’s Story of Autism. Dr. Burns is a Contributing Editor to Age of Autism, is Adult Issues Liaison for AutismOne and serves on the Executive Committee of the Canary Party. He is the proprietor of Appleseed Ventures, empowering parents to organize communities where their adult ASD children and friends can live, work, play, and heal.

Why I am a Part of the AutismOne Community: 

A great place to network with parents, professionals, and caregivers coast to coast.

What I am Here For: 
To listen, learn, inspire, empower, and teach.