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TPGA Welcomes Five New Affiliate Editors

Update: TPGA reorganized in Spring 2014, transitioning from a mostly-publishing focus to a mostly social media and information sharing-focus — and parted ways with our affiliate editors at that time. We remain grateful for their positive contributions to our community. —- We have big, wonderful, very exciting news: Five new affiliate editors have joined Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism: Kerima Cevik Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg Rob Gross Kassiane Sibley Sandy Yim We believe our new editors will bring unique perspectives to TPGA, and make us a better, more inclusive autism resource. We chose them because we respect them, we think they’re smart, compassionate, and fair, and we think they’ve consistently shown us where the holes lie in our autism coverage. You’ll see them on our Twitter and Facebook streams, as well as commenting on this site for TPGA. Please join us in welcoming them, heartily: Kerima Çevik is the neurotypical, married mother…

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Carol Greenburg Joins as TPGA Editor

We are so pleased to announce an addition to the editorial team at The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism; Carol A. Greenburg will join our efforts here as an additional resource and editor. We are honored to have her rich experience and important perspective as part of our team.  We’re thrilled she was able to add TPGA to her very active life, and our community is lucky to have such a great advocate. Please join us in welcoming Carol. **** Carol Greenburg, executive director of Brooklyn Special Needs Consulting, is  a special education consultant and lay advocate in private practice serving the five boroughs of NYC and beyond. Her unique perspective as an adult with Aspergers Syndrome and as the mother of a severely language-delayed  autistic child, informs all of her work. In September, she was appointed the East Coast Regional Director of Autism Women’s Network (www.autismwomensnetwork.com) A frequent speaker at…