Our first interview with someone on the spectrum and it offers some great perspectives on growing up with Autism.
Andrew Blaha is a 19 year-old on the spectrum. He offers insight through - what he calls - his lens.
- A must listen for all parents, teachers, and therapists on what Andrew says helped him go from thinking he was stupid, to knowing that he’s smart.
- His thoughts on how parents should discipline and telling us that kids on the spectrum know when parents are being easy on them.
- Andrew says kids may be clay to mold, but kids on the spectrum are water. Hear why.
- What drives Andrew to succeed.
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