bgmartin1985:

Amen

Also, never discourage anyone who makes no progress. Believe in everyone’s inherent potential. :)

bgmartin1985:

Amen

Also, never discourage anyone who makes no progress. Believe in everyone’s inherent potential. :)

Temple Grandin’s MAKERS video beautifully showcases why she is an inspiration to so many people. A must-see!

Temple Grandin’s MAKERS video beautifully showcases why she is an inspiration to so many people. A must-see!

It’s great to see this product show up in the Asperger’s tag. The Tangle Toy replaces stemming for many children on the autism spectrum. A useful and affordable resource!

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"Five Autism Books to Celebrate National Autism Awareness Month" features reviews of three Future Horizons titles: Asperger’s on the Job, Asperger’s in Pink, and The Aspie Teen’s Survival Guide!

The Future Horizons staff and marketing team are sporting blue for World Autism Awareness Day! Join us in celebrating those with autism today and every day.

The Future Horizons staff and marketing team are sporting blue for World Autism Awareness Day! Join us in celebrating those with autism today and every day.

Future Horizons was founded by Wayne Gilpin out of his love for his son who had autism. In memory of him, we recognize and support all those with autism as we strive to bring about international awareness on this incredibly important day.

Future Horizons was founded by Wayne Gilpin out of his love for his son who had autism. In memory of him, we recognize and support all those with autism as we strive to bring about international awareness on this incredibly important day.

Happy Autism Awareness Month from Future Horizons! Visit fhautism.com each week in April for a new discount on some of our best autism resources.

Happy Autism Awareness Month from Future Horizons! Visit fhautism.com each week in April for a new discount on some of our best autism resources.

The CDC now says that the autism estimate has risen by 30 percent for children in the U.S., to 1 in 68.

The CDC now says that the autism estimate has risen by 30 percent for children in the U.S., to 1 in 68.