Our Story

We believe in parents.

All parents of autistic kids can relate to this!

  • You want the best for your autistic child.
  • You are eager to help your autistic child overcome challenges and reach their full potential.
  • You are constantly seeking the best supports for your child.
  • You are driven to be the best parent you can be.

We understand your journey because we are also parents of autistic children. We are on a journey to find the top doctors and professionals in the field of autism to help us best support our autistic kids. 


• We want to gain critical knowledge from top experts.

• We want to learn about every possible topic to help our autistic kids. We wanted to support our children with selective eating challenges, sleep difficulties, gastrointestinal issues, sensory sensitivities, anxiety, executive functioning skills, health and nutrition, life skills, methylation, speech, school and so much more!

With this information in our hands, we are now here to help other parents and caregivers raising an autistic child!

With a subscription to our Autism Resource Library, you can instantly access over 60 different categories with over 500 articles and printable resources organized by topic to assist you in all areas of autism. We know that your time is valuable, and having it all in one library saves time and money! We’ve got you!

Subscribe today and start learning from the best! For the cost of a latte a month, you will gain access to a wealth of information on ways to help your autistic kiddo!

We would like to tell you a little bit about us.

Jenny’s story:
After my autistic son was diagnosed, I would spend my nights researching everything about autism, and my days implementing what I learned. I felt it was a race against time to find as much information as possible in order to help my son with his challenges as I learned of the importance of early supports. I wanted the best information on autism! I have loved watching my autistic son grow into a sweet, kind and caring boy. He has a larger vocabulary than most adults I know. He is funny, witty, empathetic and loves to learn. One of the most amazing things about him is that he was able to teach me what is really important in my life. He opened my eyes to what really matters. He gave my life more meaning and direction. He passively encouraged me to focus on one of the things that matters most in my life – his life.

Sarah’s story:
When I was a child, I became intrigued by autism after seeing a movie that depicted a non-verbal child who was highly intelligent but who had no friends. Something unexplainable awakened within me, as I somehow knew in that moment that I wanted to work with autistic children. Ironically, over twenty years later, I missed and dismissed many of the early signs in my own child despite my autism-related educational background. As soon as she was diagnosed, I was determined to learn everything I could about autism in girls, as my formal training had been rooted mainly in the male presentation. Now, many years later, I am thankful every day for the things she has taught me like patience and perseverance. I have learned from her that no matter how difficult my day might be, I need to find the courage to keep going. She has taught me to appreciate the small things in life, especially since we sometimes have to work really hard to accomplish very small things in our home. We don’t take anything for granted. I have also since been diagnosed as autistic (unsurprising now as there is a strong genetic correlation) and have delved into an unexpected journey. This has given me a better understanding of my gifts and challenges, and tools to be a better parent and advocate.

Tanya’s Story:
Before I had children, I remember watching a close family friend whose oldest son is autistic. When I saw some of the difficulties she was going through, I remember thinking that I could never be that kind of mom. Now, years later and with six children of my own, I realize that I have to be whatever kind of parent my children need, whether they are autistic or not. Every autistic child is perfect in his or her own way. Even if my child is doing things that are challenging, it’s not up to my child to learn; it’s up to us. We need to figure out how to support our children. My son has taught me that we should be more loving and caring, and that we should accept other people’s differences. I have learned that we can do hard things as parents and as a family. He’s taught me that we can grow from our challenges and that I can, and will, be the parent that he needs me to be.

Before I share my story with you, let me start by telling you that there are going to be days and nights that are not easy. Despite the challenges, you must not give up on your child. I have learned that all children have their own really great story, and it is our job to help them write it. My son was diagnosed as autistic before the age of two. Despite all of the challenging days, my son has taught me to think outside of the box, to be creative, and to make learning fun. With him, I have learned to be patient and to look at life with a new perspective. He has taught me to look beyond the barriers and to reach for the stars. Every challenge is an opportunity to learn more about supporting our children in the best ways possible so they can reach their full potential.


As parent advocates, we don’t just want to acquire knowledge. We aspire to be parents of action, driven by a fervent desire to truly support our families by putting knowledge into practice.

We encourage parents to set aside distractions and focus on empowering themselves and their children. When you look back, you will know that you have done everything you can to nurture, teach and uplift your child. You will know that you didn’t settle for mediocrity, but instead spent your days unlocking your autistic child’s boundless potential.

We know that time is limited, and that these early years are so important for our kids’ growth and potential!

We admire each of you, whether you are a seasoned parent advocate or just starting on your autism journey. We are honored to be a part of your family’s journey, and grateful to have you be a part of ours.

We look forward to welcoming you into our community!

~ Parent Advocates










“Children are not a distraction from more important work. They are the most important work.”

- C.S. Lewis