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Take 20% OFF on all International Orders

Karin Martin

This coupon code will work on all international orders!!! Giveaway (Week of March 7th, 2016)

Karin Martin

Tags autism, PECS, PECS Schedule, The Autism Whisperer

Really trying to spread the word with this week's Autism Whisperer Giveaway!! This is a Custom PECS Starter Schedule Book! So I am going to keep this very short and sweet. HOW DO I ENTER? 1) 'Like' our Facebook Page; or 2) If you have already Liked our Facebook Page then you can comment on this post or share it with family, or on a Facebook group that pertains to autism.  Ends March 14th, 2016. Winner announced March 15th, 2016. A 'Like' is counted as (1) one entry, a 'comment' is counted as (1) one entry, and a 'share' is...

Mommy, You Don't Have To Be Sorry...

Karin Martin

Tags autism, mommy, PECS, sorry, The Autism Whisperer

(I read this in a facebook post and wanted to share it. I don't know who wrote it, so if you do please tell me so I can give them credit here. But this is so beautiful I just had to post it to this blog to share with other autism mommies.) Dear Mommy, You don’t have to be sorry. The other day, I heard you crying in the bathroom. That was the day that you just couldn’t take it anymore. My brother spilled a gallon of organic milk, which apparently “costs more than college,” and I had an accident... PECS Schedule Giveaway!!

While are introducing the new website name we purchased in 2015!!! We feel it better reflects our brand and resonates more the community we serve.  ENTER TO WIN:  Go to and LIKE The Autism Whisperer Facebook page. Then scroll down to the post about the PECS Weekly Planner and Like it and Share it with your people. Then you are entered to win the product in the posted giveaway. In an effort to boost Facebook recognition, and not by 'buying' Likes, we are going to be offering a series of giveaways every 1-2 weeks. When people Like and Share...

Are Autistic Individuals the Best Workers Around

Karin Martin

By Ronald Alsop7 January 2016 Frustrated by young employees who spend more time texting than doing their jobs? Want to find an employee who gets immersed in their work and pays close attention to details? Then you might want to follow the lead of other businesses that have begun to actively recruit autistic employees. "They're loyal and diligent and are a lower turnover risk," said Tim Weiler, director, Eastern division, sales effectiveness and rewards, at Towers Watson, a human-resources consulting firm. The company hired 18 autistic individuals for a pilot program in White Plains, New York, last year to assist...