I Love Someone W/ Autism




So after much talk about starting a group or a facebook page to let those who have autism and those family who loves someone with autism express themselves freely in a safe space, free of judgment, I started a group called “I Love Someone With Autism” I encourage those who support what I’m trying to do to join the group, either to gain knowledge, vents, give and get advice, and most importantly support other who are coping and learning more about Autism.

We can trade stories about successful accomplishments and everything. I know sometimes we think no one will understand what we are going through as families, but this will be our way to unite and share.


Autism Walk For A Difference

Thanks for all the support, donation and the time to put #TeamZay together!!!


I been a very busy worker bee. Between regular life, being a mom and work. I have signed up to be on the “Bring Your Child To Work” committee and snack committee to raise money to fund our program. Administration wanted to see it come back minus the giving us the money to do so, so we are doin bake sales to fund it. Trust its become more of a headache and disrespecting my pockets. But its for a great cause, so why not? The end game is to make sure the kids have fun!

Also, as you guys know its #AutismAwareness month and I have been going in. We did a show on the (podcast) about Autism….working on a part 2. I’m trying to share knowledge on Autism and how effects familys and trying to get people to be more understand and sympathetic. I’m also fundraising for a walk I participated in last year called A Walk For A Difference of course I’m walking for my son #TeamZay but I also am walking for those who are comfortable with sharing their story, every person and their families as well.

On a dating tip, I have enjoy this ride. I’m glad that I get the opportunity to meet someone who is comfortable in his manhood, is respectable and a true gentlemen. He is away on military training and I miss seeing and talking to him.

Autism: A Look Into Real Life Challenges!

Join Sunny & Team Zay as they “Walk For A Difference” If you are unable to walk with me, please donate every little bit helps!!


She has started a team in honor of her son Xavier (Zay) to raise money to support POAC Autism Services, a nonprofit organization, is making life better for every child with autism in our state. Each year POAC provides hundreds of free events for the autism community including: free training and education for parents and educators; free recreational and support services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families: and free training for police and first responders which has been life-saving for many children all over NJ.



Autism: A look into the real life challenges! 04/06

April is Autism Awareness Month! On this episode Sunny will talk about her son being diagnosed with Autism and how her family & friends was changed after. We will also discuss:

  • How people who have never dealt with an autistic children/people and¬†know how to interact with them.
  • Patience is the key to dealing with autistic children/people.
  • How relationships can be effected.
  • Knowing the signs to identify if your child is autistic.
  • Knowing about resources that are out there.
  • Educating friends and family.

Source: Autism: A look into the real life challenges! 04/06 by G-F-T Radio | Podcasting Podcasts

These Three

imageThese three cards… Not just any 3 cards. Let me tell you a little story about them. My coworker brought in some flashcards for my son, since we had the discussion about the PECS program. I tried to introduce them to my son and seemed to want no parts in this. So I took it upon myself to get out the cards I can match to his favorite toys. Which are anything with wheels. I started out with 4 cards, the fourth being his favorite a fire truck. I placed the respective toys with the picture and showed him which pictures they went with. I did this for about an hour, as I said the names he begin to flip the cards over. On the back it had how to pronounce each words also how to introduce them in a sentence. When he flipped them, I said what they were. At times he waited for me to say what it was before he flipped them and vice versa. We did this for almost 2 hours. After while, he was over it.

Well last night after dumping out his cards all over the floor he looked through then and found these 3. I suspected that he couldn’t find the fire truck so he handed me these. I smiled because in my heart, I felt that he did learn them from that one night and he was interested in playing that game again.

I know it seems like baby steps, but to me that meant he was paying attention and remember what I had taught him. This morning, I found him looking at these three for long periods of time. I think we will work on them again tonight. Now if I get him to try to say them.

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