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April 2021



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A multi-racial family holding hands walks on top of a globe. One of the two children points to some birds flying above them. Blue and black text reads "Start Here: A guide for parents of autistic kids"
Too often, when parents find out their kid is autistic, they receive negative messages from all sides. Many resources available to parents stigmatize autism and talk about it as something to be “overcome,” not as a part of who an autistic child is. At ASAN, we’ve heard from many parents of autistic children who wish they’d had a better resource to learn about autism — one that cuts through myths and misconceptions and explains autism from an autistic perspective. And we’ve heard from many of our autistic community members who wish their families had access to that kind of information when they were growing up. That’s what our new booklet, “Start Here: A Guide for Parents of Autistic Kids” is for!   This booklet was created in partnership with the Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network, the Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism, and Little Lobbyists. You can purchase a print or ebook copy, or get it for free on our website here. This booklet will explain: What is autism? What parents should do next Where parents can learn more What good services look like Topics such as self-advocacy, communication, and presuming competence And more! We hope that you’ll read our parent booklet and learn more about what matters to your child, their community, and how to support them. If you know of any parents of autistic people who could benefit from checking out this guide, please pass it on and share widely.  When you learn your kid is autistic, you’re also learning that they’re part of a larger community of autistic people. Your kid has a lot of people on their team, so we wanted to give you a chance to learn from their community. This booklet was made thanks to the generous support of Anthem.

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