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Top 5 Autism Mom Bloggers You Need to Follow Today!

In this digital world, a blog is more like a journal. And we personally love it when parents of Autistic children share their stories and their anecdotes through these time capsules. This Mother’s Day, we’ve enlisted the top 5 Autism Mom Bloggers of the year!

#1 Awesomism Mom

Awesomism Mom Blog

Lynne, the lovely mother of an autistic boy, Peyton, covers a vast host of Autism related topics. Right from Acceptance, to support, to understanding, Lynne’s blog guide parents through the world of autism, from a parent’s perspective. She covers everyday issues with stories, tips & hints at how to be an awesome autism mom!


#2 Autism with a Side of Fries

Autism with a Side of Fries Blog

Eileen Shaklee is hilarious. She cracks us up with her extremely engaging blogs on being a mom of a child with autism.We love how she uses humor to get through her day and her blogs. If you’re life’s getting too intense, and you feel like you need a bestie who gets you, we suggest you read her blogs.


#3 Finding Cooper’s Voice

Finding Cooper’s Voice Blog



Kate, a mother of two wonderful boys, one of whom is Cooper, a boy diagnosed with severe non-verbal Autism, pens down his journey through her blog. In her introduction, she states that being a mother to a child with special needs is isolating. For her blogging became a means to communicate with other parents who were on the same journey as her.

#4 Autistic Mama

Autistic Mama Blog

Why do we love Autistic Mama? Well for starters, Kaylene is an Actually Autistic mother herself! Her autism was diagnosed after her second child was diagnosed with autism around his 3rd birthday! Through her blog, she tells her story and her journey through the world of Autism!



#5 The Mom Kind

The Mom Kind Blog

Alicia Trautwein from Missouri is a parenting coach and the creator of The Mom Kind website. The reason we loved her blogs is that they cater to the parenting issues of neurodiverse families. She has also featured in the “Amazing Moms” coffee table book by Hogan Hilling & Dr. Elise Ho. She shares her expertise along with her experience in parenting children, both with and without autism.


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  2. Nice article to know about these good blogs in autism. It is good to know about these blogs and I am really impressed with this content. Autism is a serious mental and behavioral disorder and can affect any age groups. I am an autism support worker and have worked in several social programs in different regions of Australia. I want to support people who are suffering from autism and also those children who are suffering from ADHD.

  3. Great worksheet. Very useful! I will definitely recommend it… I would like to share something about Empower Therapy. Empower Therapy is an education and therapy service provider for children with neurodevelopmental disorders like ASD, and Speech disorders. Parents of these children who are facing difficult challenges in this pandemic can reach out to our team on

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  5. Autism is not a disability, it’s a differential ability. Early Intervention is the key for better world to the kids. StaY pOsItIvE.

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