We believe in parents.
Autism Advocate Parenting Magazine is guided by a team of parent advocates. Every member of our team has individual stories about hope, advocacy and determination, but each story has a common thread – the desire to access knowledge, expertise, research and resources that benefit our autism journey. As parents, we know that caregivers can be overwhelmed with the daily challenges of raising a child on the spectrum, leaving little time for researching supports that may benefit your family. As parent advocates, we are committed to compiling an incredible magazine full of relevant information that can assist you on your journey.
We are excited to share Autism Advocate Parenting Magazine with you! Autism Advocate Parenting Magazine’s primary purpose is to empower parents. We work closely with doctors, therapists, specialists, and experts in the field of autism. Their expertise and experiences will give you the ability to ask questions, to advocate for your child and to search out information that can benefit you on your journey.
In our magazine we focus on four key areas that will empower you while raising a child on the spectrum.
We present the latest research in the field of autism. We share current research in a way that is clear and easy to understand.
Autism experts from around the world share their knowledge and expertise. They will keep you informed about the latest therapies, treatments, diagnostic tools, nutritional plans and more.
We provide printable resources, guides and tools that will help you support your child.
Our children are extraordinary and have unlimited potential. We want to join you on your journey and share stories of hope, advocacy and inspiration.
We value, embrace and advocate for neurodiversity. We admire each of you – whether you are a seasoned parent advocate or just starting on your autism journey. We love hearing your success stories, as well as your hopes and dreams. We are honored to be a part of your family’s journey, and grateful to have you be a part of ours.
~ Parent Advocates