The one with the coolest ASD auntie, Sandy Boisrond: advocate, attorney, and overall badass. Also the one where we went all in. No filter. Shocker! Read More
…a very Disorderly response to Emily Perl Kingsley’s Welcome to Holland The Disorderly Blondes are often asked to describe the experience of educating a child with a disability while in quarantine – to try to help people who have not shared that unique experience to understand it, to imagine how it would feel. It’s like this…… Read More
NEW EPISODE! Okay fine, these autism moms are a little less blonde these days, but very little can be done to quarantine our mouths. Sorry not sorry! Are we not an essential business? Just listen along as we record our podcast remotely for the very first time. The added benefit: no dark roots nor hanging lashes to… Read More
PART 2 of The Friendship Café episode. The South Florida blondes met with Elizabeth Camp recently. She introduced them to some of the inspiring young adults she serves, and how satisfied they are with her recipe for (their) success! This time, listen to the F•R•I•E•N•D• S share all about their experience. Meet Jennifer, Cameron, Billy,… Read More
Meet Elizabeth Camp, the special needs whisperer with a loud and persistent advocating voice. She dishes up a delicious plate of support training adults with disabilities in both job and life skills at Fort Lauderdale’s new Friendship Café. She’s welcome at our table any time! Remember to check back for PART 2 coming up next… Read More
This morning, as I absentmindedly scrolled through my Facebook feed, I repeatedly came across a post by yourteenmag.com titled ‘Dear Moms of High School Seniors: How Are You Doing?’ Each time I saw it (too many to count), I felt as if I was being taunted, ridiculed, and challenged. You see, my son happens to… Read More
I can picture it like it was yesterday. I returned home from receiving (but most definitely not processing) J.R.’s autism diagnosis to find a package at my door. With my infant car seat carrier weighing on one arm (ouch) and my three-year old tugging hard at the other (ugh), the goods would have to wait.… Read More
by Kristi Vannatta My fifteen year-old son J.R. has autism. If you were to meet me for the first time you may ask where he falls on the spectrum and whether or not he is considered “high functioning.” A speedy answer is always tricky for me, because these days a parent is reluctant to describe… Read More
Like a gift you JUST found as you packed up your Christmas decor, the Disorderly Blondes Autism Podcast presents … a BONUS EPISODE! The wrap may be a bit wrinkled, but our gift of autism mom gab just keeps on giving. Join us as we emerge from the holi-daze and discuss the moments of tears, laughter, and blazin’ firefighters (yeah, really) that made up our holiday season. Read More
Move over Father Christmas.
The Papis are baaaaack and SLEIGHed it as they interviewed a couple of festive, disorderly, blonde autism moms. There’s snow way around BELIEVING the Disorderly Blondes’ season finale will deliver joy (and perhaps a few tears) to every podcast listening girl and boy!
Will these South Florida autism dads remain on the naughty list or did they prepare their own Santa “clause”? Turn those carols off and tune IN to find out if we should all be singing the praises of papis or gifting them coal.