Peer Power Partners

We arrived in Austin, Minnesota last week to spend two full days talking to students at Austin High School, IG Holton Intermediate School and Ellis Middle School. Sponsored by Vision 20/20 and the Peer Power Partners Program, Brent shared his new presentation “Having Autism Gave me a Sense of Humor” with over 1,500 students. The

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Working on Unintentional Humor® Book 2

Alan J. Lewis and I were together in Boulder, Colorado to work on Unintentional Humor® Book 2. Unfortunately, our busy travel schedule hasn’t allowed us to be with Alan for awhile.  Happy to have the two of us back at work again… Some of cartoons that will be included in Unintentional Humor® Book 2 are: Sick as a Dog Have a Cow Walking on

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SEED SPOT Supports Celebrate Autism

Excitement Abounds at SEED SPOT Demo Day in Phoenix, AZ Jenny Anderson, 25, is the Co-founder of Celebrate Autism, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping young adults on the autism spectrum find independence and empowerment through entrepreneurship.  Jenny and Celebrate Autism were chosen to participate in the SEED SPOT business incubator in Phoenix, AZ this

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Ventura County Star Article

Last weekend, Brent and Linda were featured in the Ventura County Star!   Read part of the article below.   In Camarillo Talk, Mother-Son Duo Talk Share Experiences About Autism By: Mark Storer When Brent Anderson was a young boy, his mother, Linda knew he was a different. “He was diagnosed with autism at age 13,”

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Art of Autism-Ventura Westside Art Walk

We were excited to be included in the Art of Autism exhibit at the Ventura Westside Art Walk!  Over 900 visitors stopped in to view the incredible artwork created by individuals with Autism. We enjoyed meeting new friends such as Bradford Spady (pictured above with Brent and Dani Bowman). Bradford is the author and illustrator of

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Read About Us in the Ventura County Reporter

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

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