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What Autism Means for Mothers

A Post by Merrick Egber With May 14 being Mother’s Day, we wanted to share the stories of three mothers from different backgrounds who have worked for the Els for Autism Foundation® to give people with autism better lives. Our first mother is Liezl Els, the Co-Founder of the Els for Autism Foundation. She is […]

30 Quotes from 30 People with Autism – The Sequel!

Sue Abramowski – Human Services Professional, Advisory Board Member “The world needs all kinds of minds, we’re not all meant to be cookie cutters.” Jessica-Jane Applegate – Professional Swimmer “Ignore what anyone has to say. If you believe that you can, you can do it” Rachel Barcellona – Pageant Professional, Autism Spectrum Award Winner 2017 […]

Troon partners with Els for Autism® for World Autism Month

Scottsdale, Ariz. (April 3, 2023) – April is World Autism Month and Troon® has partnered with Els for Autism to raise funds and autism awareness worldwide. Golfers playing Troon-affiliated courses in April are encouraged to donate the dollar amount of their score to Els for Autism in support of this special initiative, which will help transform the lives […]

Arts and Leisure: The Artist At Work, Lyrically Speaking

Music is one of the greatest things in life. While a book, movie, TV Show, or Video Game can take 30 minutes to hundreds of hours, a piece of music can usually have it all in 2 – 5 minutes. I would place any of the songs by The Beatles in comparison or superior to […]

My Health and Well-Being: A Journal Entry

We talk about health a lot, but what we should do is see the connection between physical health and mental health. One doesn’t work without the other. A low mental health may end up harming your physical health, which is unfortunate, because over time a stronger physical health may end up complementing a stronger mental [...]