Everything Autism is about enjoying life with an autistic child—and the rest of your family, too. Certainly, everyone with special needs needs to feel special, but so do your other family members. “Because everyone needs to feel special,” our focus is on fun for the whole family, along with autism-specific resources and events for those living in the Bay Area of Houston.

At Everything Autism.org, you can expect to find everything from the best area parks, day trips, low-cost vacation spots and entertainment for the whole family, from small up-close rodeos, horseback riding, and autism-friendly cruises, inclusive camps and child cares, and pediatric dentists and pediatricians good with special needs kids.

Also information on local schools, alternative schools, homeschooling, and special programs and funding for college; and most importantly: information for parents to figure out where and how their special child might live when he/she grows up. It’s basically the resource I wished I had five years ago, when I was moving into the area, and hope others will help me to create. . . see more.

March 23, 2017

Pondering the Puzzle Piece (Autism Awareness 2017)

Autism Awareness Month is just around the corner and everyone in the autism community will be donning their puzzle piece ribbons, jewelry, socks and t-shirts to […]
March 23, 2017

Pilot program to support college students with autism at UHCL

Source: Pilot program to support college students with autism at UH-Clear Lake | UHCL Newsroom Connecting to College is a pilot program that UHCL’s Center for […]
January 25, 2017

CCISD Announces New Learning / Vocational Support Center for Young Adults with Special Needs

This was reposted from CCISD District News (09/28/2016). When the dust settles and the state-of-the-art Clear Lake High School is complete, the adjacent Clear Lake 9th […]
January 2, 2017

Landmark College (VT) dedicated to educating students on the autism spectrum

I have mixed feelings about posting this, because realistically how many people can afford to send their autistic child to a private school in Vermont? This […]
December 4, 2016

Who Decides Where Autistic Adults Live? – The Atlantic

For many intellectually and developmentally disabled people, large campuses or farmsteads may be better options than small group homes. But new state laws could make it […]
May 2, 2016

Want to create a residential home in Clear Lake?

It’s been two years since I launched EverythingAutism.org, and I am now turning my attention from being merely an informational site to being a 501(c)3 with […]
February 5, 2016

Ron Suskind: “Life, Animated: A Story Of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism” – The Diane Rehm Show

Hear this moving radio interview with Owen Suskind, an adult child with autism, and his father Ron Suskin. Owen was finally able to connect with the […]
February 1, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s Plan to Support Children, Youth, and Adults Living with Autism and their Families

(I am reposting this, in case some people missed it on the the news. –ENT) Hillary Clinton announced a wide-ranging autism initiative—including screening, diagnosis, treatment, services, […]