Thank you for your continuous information regarding autism. The
information is extremely informative and helpful."
wanted to write to you to say how happy I was getting a "to
the point information" instead of all the techinal stuff
I was trying to understand on different web sites that I had found."
Rachel, I would like to thank you. Your newsletters are a
great help and have given me alot of answers to alot of questions
I have. "
"Oh Rachel, thank you so much with all of my heart. At
last I can tell everyone that my beautiful little 5 year old grandson
is NOT lazy,
naughty, and above all is NOT stupid. I have known all along that he
very troubled little boy.... . Thankyou and bless you. Beryl."
"I wanted to thank you for the very useful information
you have provided so
far and look forward to your next news letter."
"I would just like to thank you for all the information you have
They were very helpful and I have learned a great deal on autism.
I look forward to reading your next news letter."
"I am glad that you do what you do. I am an adult with
High Function Autism I am also deaf. I read a lot on children
with autism,but rarely are things geared toward adults. We are forgotten
when we turn 18."
"I just wanted to thank you for all your e-mails. They
are really interesting and at the same time very helpfull with my
about this desease.
Please, if I can help you with anything, let me know, so I can return
Atte. Diana Armas
"I wanted to thank you
very much for the
very useful information you have sent us. My partner and I do alot of
special needs teaching and your help is greatly appreciated .Please
coming. Thanks again."
"Thank you for your news letters. they
have been very helpful. Thanks."
"Thanks for the great information. It is information
that will be really helpful to me with my student."
"The diagnosis was not autism...however, your
info is precise, informed and decidedly helpful for those facing
with person of special needs.
"Thanks so much for the newsletter. My three year
old has Autism, but we have been working with him since he was 22 months
and we have him
in the best school in Utah. We are learning new things everyday.
Thanks for sending the information. I will look forward to all emails."
"Rachel, thanks so much for the email newsletter, filled with
& such re: the mysterious malady known as autism. Just wanna let U know
R much appreciated!"
M W Merry
"Thanks for all your information up to date im very busy
but find time to read your info and find it really helpful..."
"Dear Mrs Evans, I'm learning so much with your newsletters
that I have to thank so much. They are very educative in the field
I work. God Bless you,
I look for
your newsletter every day."
"Thank you very much for your letters. They have been extremely useful.God
"Thankyou so much for your mails. they are really informative and i really
enjoy reading them. Thanks for the information in such simple
"Your essential guide to autism has been an absolute godsend
to me, and a whole wealth of useful information. Rachel, thanks for
"My oldest son, Aeric has "Autism" and will be graduating
from high school this year. Currently, I am going to enroll him in
a Cullinary School online. I will be assisting him all of the way to
build his confidence in education even more. All throughout his life,
I have created math, english, etc. games for him to learn his studies
online. It helps when I have been a Teacher as a career in helping
him and my other son, Antoine that will be going to the nineth grade
this year as well. Although, Antoine doesn't have Autism, he has been
a great help to Aeric when is comes to understanding his peers.
Aeric has been on Merit and Honor Roll ever since he was in Elementary
School and he loves it. I have taught him how to cook, clean, wash,
inside and outside chores ever since he was seven years old. He loves
to bake and make various sauces for dinner. Therefore, his specialty
is cooking. My other son, Antoine is so inspired by Aeric that he would
like to be a Lawyer for the handicapp.
In addition, I am writing a Dissertation on Autism which my son, Aeric
inspired me to write. Your critical information in this matter has
been such a tremendous help in my paper. Although, I can't really use
too much of the facts that you have already done in your own research.
It still aides me in my own.
Thanks for all of your great work and efforts in getting this
very contraversial issue out to the public. It is so confused with other
dissabilities such as ADD, ADHD, etc. Autism is nothing like any other.
It has its own issues that doesn't compare with what they teach in
public schools. Many teachers are not prepared for these types of children.
They do not specialize in this disorder which they confuse it all together.
Of course, that is my own opinion.
Please keep up of the great work as I truly support you all of
the way in your wonderful success..."
Carolyn Diann Fuentes