When I was given the opportunity to do some interviews with parents of autistic children I knew I had to talk to Chaz. I had never had an in depth talk with him about how it felt to hear that Zain had autism. I have said for years that society thinks we all walk the same path once our children are diagnosed with autism, that our stories somehow become the same as soon as our child is labeled as autistic. Nothing is further from the truth. My hope is that the interviews I’ve been doing will give some a different view of the parents that raise these remarkable children.
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I met Nunu Sanchez several years ago through a mutual friend in the autism world. I have never regretted it. When I first spoke to Nunu I was lost, so lost. I had no idea what to do for my children who both held autism diagnoses at the time. I had no idea what to do for myself, and I had no voice. I owe everything I have become, no matter how small, to this woman.
I recently found myself presented with a rare opportunity to do something that I have always wanted to do. I was given the opportunity to interview parents with autistic children about their journeys, thus far, raising their child(ren). As I wrap the interviews up I have to say that the parents that I was fortunate enough to interview are without a doubt ten individuals that are to be admired.