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Mike Worthley of www.HelpYourAutisticChild.com has been offering educational aids for parents of autistic children for over a year. Now he has opened www.HelpYourAutisticChildBlog.com, where those parents and other educators can come together to discuss working methods and techniques, as well as sharing their stories about dealing with autism in their families.
When his daughter Olivia was diagnosed with autism 4 years ago, Mike Worthley dedicated himself to researching the condition and how best to overcome the limitations and difficulties it presents. His years of study on the subject led to the creation of www.HelpYourAutisticChild.com, a storehouse of information and products revolving around the world of autism. “I discovered these products, tried them with Olivia, liked them, and decided I needed to share them with the rest of the world,” explains Mike. “I find something good to share with the autistic community, then I do what I can to get it out there.”
As part of his goal to help bring these products to the attention of the autism community, Mike has begun a blog at www.HelpYourAutisticChildBlog.com where his customers can read articles about his products, new studies in the field of autism, and advice from other parents of autistic children. “I’m constantly doing research, taking input from other parents as far as what is working for them,” says Mike, who hopes the blog will be as beneficial to him as it will be to his customers. “I’m hoping to bring access to things like
Mike wants to focus equally on positive stories and informational facts. “I’m going to have a Feel Good section. There are success stories that people aren’t hearing about. My own daughter made the Honor Roll in a normal first grade class –that’s a feel-good story. I want it to be a positive, uplifting experience,” says Mike, who sees community support as vital to his business. “I plan on putting articles up, and I’m trying to put up as much independent research as I can. It’s going to be an opinion blog, of course.”
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