The South Florida Blondes will never admit 2021 means 2020 “won,” for they closed the deal on autism guardianship and “seized” the day with CBD treatments. Two fab magazine features have them hoping ’21 may just bring back the fun, just ask Rick Desantis. Read More
They’re baaaaack! The Disorderly autism dads commiserate over their most trying case of 2020 (the crummy, complicated Covid-19), while clutching cups of coquito.
Catch their colorful commentary concerning their boys’ conditions, the courts, camps, college, companions, and the challenges many special needs dads confront (complete with cursing, coño!). Read More
The blondes discuss how they are able to place a (Spanish) accent on “lo positivo” in light of the fact that #2020problems, on top of #autismproblems feel SUPER heavy. Read More
The Disorderly Blondes bring order to center court (and tone down their normal “racket”) to interview founder of adaptive tennis program Lisa Pugliese-LaCroix. There is no match for the “A” game her program, Love Serving Autism, brings to special needs individuals. This tennis pro turned SLP champions local families who would feel sidelined without her love of giving everyone a shot at sports success. Read More
Guest Alexandra Zadak of This Is Improv speaks off the cuff about the benefits of improvisation for individuals with high-functioning autism. May she break a leg as the clever South Florida ad-lib queens of The Disorderly Blondes Autism Podcast wing-it through their first episode of Season 3! Also starring squirrels. Okay, just one squirrel. She… Read More
Sadly, mainstream media “entertainment” has Americans TUNED OUT to the REAL WORLD of autism by creating shows like The Good Doctor. We want to see the TRUE story of individuals with autism, picked to live in 1 out 59 homes, who work hard as hell to “improve” at a cost of $2.3 million, and have their families’ lives turned upside down; let’s find out what happens when we stop being polite…and start getting REAL. Let’s flip the script. #Autism #SouthFlorida #Motherhood Our way… Read More
Everything is A-OK at this autism corral! The Disorderly Blondes are shooting first and asking questions later as their very first guest enters, guns a-blazin’! High caliber advocate Ysela aims to please as she discusses her role as an educational consultant. Her mission (if you choose to accept it) is to keep special needs families… Read More