You Are Not Alone! Get Real Talk About Behaviors, Support, and What It’s Really Like to be an Autism Parent!

Get Your Limited Edition Autism Parenting Support Pack! Engaging and Supportive Tools from Parents for Parents Who Get It.

The Autism Parenting Support Pack includes:
  • Our Perspective: 15 Autism Parents Speak Out [$10 Value]
  • Limited Edition T-Shirt Autism Parenting Giving Up Is Not An Option [$25 Value]
  • Live Webinar: 10 Things Every Parent Needs to Know to Advocate for their Child [$50 Value]

You can get the entire package with $85 worth of first-hand autism parenting advice and support for just $25 for this week only!!! We only have 25 of these packages available. After they are gone we won't have any left! This sale ends on Sunday at 11:59 PM EST or whenever we sell out, so don’t wait!

What You'll Get

  • Insight from devoted dads discussing meltdowns and how they meet their children's needs
  • The most honest look you will ever get at autism parenting
  • Candid thoughts on what parents REALLY think about Autism Awareness Month
  • Resources for parents seeking answers
  • Why your child needs you to be their advocate
  • Why the question “If Not me, Then Who?” is so important
  • How to overcome barriers that prevent you from getting what you need for your child
  • New ideas to help you help your child
  • The importance of self care in advocacy
  • How to use the ideas you already have to get started
  • The bitter truths about being an advocate for a special needs child

Who Needs this Package

Parents, Caregivers, and Anyone Who:

  • feels frustrated and isolated from other families
  • is fighting to get their child into an appropriate school setting
  • has a child with communication challenges
  • is single and relying on a great support system or have no support system
  • wonders if they will be able to provide for multiple kids with autism
  • is exhausted trying to find activities and services for their children
  • is balancing a busy life while raising a child with autism
  • is trying to figure out how to make their marriage thrive
  • is hesitant about dating someone who has a child with autism
  • needs help managing their child’s behavior and sensory challenges
  • has dealt with judgmental stares when their child has a meltdown
  • wants strategies to effectively discipline their child
  • celebrates the positive attributes in their child
  • wants their child to feel accepted and respected
  • tries to discourage their child from stimming
  • wants to hear from a dad with autism raising a son with autism
  • lets their fears limit their children’s social activities
  • wants to learn more about autism
  • wants to learn about raising a child with autism
  • wants to understand the importance of autism awareness AND acceptance
  • wants to share stories of autism parenting with a friend
  • is a special educator or service provider
  • runs an autism parent support group
  • runs a book club and want to learn about autism families

I am a fearless parent advocate and emerging leader in the autism community. I founded Special Needs Advocacy Navigator a New York City based consultancy that provides advocacy services to parents of children with special needs. My advocacy works also transcends to my work as blogger at Sailing Autistic Seas, a board member of Parent to Parent of NY State, and as a parent mentor for the National Autism Association-NY Chapter. When I saw that support groups were lacking in my community I co-founded the Bronx Parents Autism Support Circle with two great moms. We currently have over 120 member parents of children with autism.

What Parents are Saying about Sailing Autistic Seas:

"It's good to know that I am not alone in this struggle. As well, it helps me to learn from you and all who post. I feel everyone's pain and I also feel empowered with what I receive. This community needs each other! Thank you for sharing your adventures, your triumphs and your shortcomings."

- Marcella

"I love your website! You cover a broad range of topics and also frequently give me something to ponder/reflect on which is always a good thing. Thank you for all you do & continued success with your website, it's a wonderful resource for parents!"

- Michelle

"Kpana your blog relates to issues that many parents in the ASD community deal with and it helps to know we are not alone!"

- Gee

Where you can find me: