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7 years 46 weeks ago

It's been what seems like forever since I've returned home to Autism One.. Hello Autism One Peeps.....

davidgrey67 wrote:
12 years 10 weeks ago

Hey Rhonda, while reading through your whole bio and everything I can't help but say that you truly are a great person and I hope you get through life smiling all the way. :)

- David from drafting chair

CarolShikany wrote:
12 years 37 weeks ago

I am Carol Shikany. My 19-year-old daughter, Tanya, has autism. I have 2 ENORMOUS REASONS for attending the AutismOne Conference that may be of high interested to you:
1st, I am inviting you to consider being part of the WHOLE HEARTED THRIVAL CENTER FOR AUTISM=A place to help Adults with autism THRIVE IN THEIR LIFE FOR A LIFETIME. I am attending the conference to connect with others who are like-minded and want to join their expertise with the center/centers. The plan is to have several of these centers around the country. We want it to be an amazing (physical) hub, focusing primarily on young adults who have autism; helping them to thrive in the community and in Life. We are now in the process of gathering the needs, wants and desires of the young autistic adult; creating these fabulous centers primarily for them and secondary for their families and caregivers. The WHOLE HEARTED thrival center strives to be a loving center to excel in meeting their needs, wants, and desires in the most beneficial,, successful and harmonious way. I am open to many areas of needs and desires that the autistic adult would like to have in their center. Below is the list of the possibilities we are developing and I am hoping the conference will add and help it come to fruition in the most amazing ways:

• Community housing/ a place to productively live together for autistic adults
• Franchisable facility prototypes around country
• Equine therapy and stables
• Labyrinth, meditation and reading library area
• Group home center outside and within the centers
• Franchised entities connected to each
• Sibling counseling/family outings
• Recreational facility connected to each for families (bowling, Ping-Pong, pool tables, movies, gardening)
• "Thrivers" thrift store COOPERATIVE to work and create art
• Music area, instruments singing and dancing, stage for plays
• Docu-drama movie on autism/produce/direct/distribute
• Their own Website of wants and wishes/with their own webinar productions
• Kiosks of specialist and other specialties
• Computer learning lab
• Cooking and nutrition
• Dynamic Website about center
• Dynamic Website for the autistic person as primary audience to use for their own needs
2nd Enormous reason for attending the Conference is sharing the great success that MaxGXL supplement is giving my 19-year-old autistic daughter, Tanya, on a daily basis. I am taking it as well. The benefits have been super for both of us! I encourage you to listen to a recent recording of a tele-seminar regarding this supplement as discussed by Dr. Allen.
Log on to: http://budurl.com/BrainBreakthrough Dr. Allen explains the benefits of glutathione with autism spectrum disorders, Aspergers syndrome and other brain disorders. Dr. Allen is an international researcher and practitioner in natural health and nutrition and has been in practice for more than 30 years. After receiving her doctorate in nutrition, Dr. Allen further trained in neurokinesiology and brain-stimulation techniques. She is recognized for her practical approach to health regarding natural and alternative methods of stimulating permanent changes in the brain as a result of dyslexia, ADD, autism, Aspergers syndrome, learning disabilities, academic and behavioral issues, and brain injuries.
From the Heart, Carol Shikany 612-804-4037 imagine@artinheaven.biz For more information on Max please visit my website is: www.expand-health-wealth.max4u.com

Jing wrote:
12 years 51 weeks ago

Hi! I am new in this site and I still have some problems navigating the site. I would like to thank you for the add and for leaving message. I appreciate it very much your warm way of reaching out to fellow parents with child on the spectrum. I hope I could learn more and get the support from other parents through this site. And I also hope I could inspire others in my own little way on my journey with my precious son and me.

Again, thank you!

Peanutsmommy wrote:
13 years 2 weeks ago

Hello, and how are u? I am trying to make myself a little more familiar with this site but I still ahve problems with it, hope I getthe hang of it soon! lol

Nat.Asha. wrote:
13 years 3 weeks ago

Dear Rhonda, Thank you!!! Your story is truly magical :)) I'll try to contact your "angel". It's really nothing to loose:)))) Have a good day! Natasha

Nat.Asha. wrote:
13 years 3 weeks ago

Hi Rhonda, Thank you for your welcoming letter and friend invitation! If you ever have time, could you, please, share your experience on how you published the book? I made a photo project about autism and looking for a publisher... All my blessings!

Peanutsmommy wrote:
13 years 5 weeks ago

Thank you and I hope to get to know you more, I bet I can learn lots from you! I will be asking lots of wuestions os be prepared!

Lisa Rupe wrote:
13 years 7 weeks ago

Thanks Rhonda - I'm going to add the Vitamin E.

13 years 12 weeks ago

Thanks for the welcome. I'm sorry you had to figure so much of this out on your own. I'm often grateful we're at least dealing with this at a time when there are so many resources.