Removing an Autism Diagnosis Would Likely Revoke Access to Necessary Services


  Some upsetting news this past week is making those in the Autism community very worried.  The reality is, that many essential services may no longer be available to parents of higher functioning Autistic children.  What does that mean?  Well, it’s hard to say what changes will come specifically, but it could mean that a lot […]

Knowledge Conquers Fear: October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month

The following post is written by Laurita Tellado, journalist and author or  This post is part of a blog carnival fundraiser for Laurita’s Walk-n-Roll group through the Spina Bifida Association of Central Florida.  To participate in this blog carnival, learn more here.  Thank you so much in advance for your support!  UPLOAD YOUR POST  – ### […]

New Latina Connects Leading Digital Latino Influencers as Partners for “Walk-n-Roll for Spina Bifida Blog Carnival Fundraiser”

  The Collaborative Partnership of Eleven (11) National Organizations Marks the First of its Kind as it Seeks to Support the Founder of “Holdin’ Out For A Hero” During Spina Bifida Awareness Month WASHINGTON, DC (Oct. 24, 2011) – Under the leadership of New Latina, a bicultural lifestyle and online destination centered on personal growth for today’s […]

Special Needs & Stereotypes in Education

Special Needs & Stereotypes in Education One of my daughters has always been a little bit different from other kids her age. She climbed before she could walk. When she started talking she never seemed to stop. She blurted, babbled, interrupted, and couldn’t stop herself from touching anything and everything that caught her eye. When […]