Ten years ago, Debra Hosseini and Keri Bowers had an amazing idea: to bring about a movement to showcase the artistic and creative talents of kids and adults on the autism spectrum. Last year, Debra met another Autism mom, Linda Gund Anderson who had recently published a book Unintentional Humor; Celebrating the Literal Mind™. Together they discovered that [...]
Next weekend we’re heading to Moscow, ID for the Family Enrichment Weekend organized by the Families Together Network. Here is some information about Families Together and what the weekend is all about! Linda will be a featured speaker at the event discussing her experiences as a mother of a child with Autism! The Event: Family [...]
Last fall we had the pleasure of talking with Joan Trossman Bien via phone interview about Unintentional Humor™. Her article The Funny Side of Autism is an interview about Unintentional Humor™ and the literal mind. We enjoyed speaking with her about our book and feel that she really understood what our book was about. Thank [...]
We met Gary G. Porter at an Autism conference last summer. He wrote about our book, Unintentional Humor™, on his blog. See what he had to say below and check out his website http://www.autismkey.com/. The Autism Key article: A common characteristic of those on the autism spectrum is the difficulty in grasping abstract concepts, meaning non-tangible [...]
This describes a person with a hoarse or croaky sounding voice. Long ago, Medieval physicians placed frogs into patients’ throats believing that their secretions could cure a cough. Good thing they realized that was wrong.