Profile

Cover photo
Autism Acceptance
40,892 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

Autism Acceptance

Shared publicly  - 
 
Thank you for the invite +Autism Acceptance 
 
Yep I made it real :D....Invite friends...Ask out some girls ;)...And do whatever
Google+ Prom
Sat, May 10, 2014, 12:00 PM
here

308 comments on original post
4
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance
owner

Images about Autism  - 
 
AwarEness Is nOt enoUgh ™
9
3
Gerri Taylor's profile photoBeBe Nieves's profile photoGinny Johnson's profile photoMarianne Naughton's profile photo
2 comments
 
Thank you +Allison K. , Your compliment means a lot to me.
Add a comment...
 
promoting #autism_acceptance  every day!
2
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance

Shared publicly  - 
 
7
Cathy Wallace's profile photo
 
<3
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance

Shared publicly  - 
 
Autism Acceptance images
2
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance

Shared publicly  - 
9
3
Allison K.'s profile photoGabe Andrews's profile photoLee Alison's profile photoHope Center For Autism Fort Worth's profile photo
2 comments
 
I do too, but I think we as a human race need to embrace acceptance on all levels. For example, people of different faiths, race and ethnicity need to feel welcome here, not assaulted. Polite disagreement will go much further than legalistic rants. We are ALL different; we are  ALL unique individuals!
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance
owner

Shiny, happy people!  - 
 
about +Stuart Duncan 
 
+Stuart Duncan tells us about his inspiration for Autcraft!
We recently wrote about Blogger, dad and gamer Stuart Duncan's Autcraft server.
View original post
5
Stuart Duncan's profile photo
 
We're not linked to AutismSpeaks. They wrote an article about us without even asking us (which was actually rather nice of them) and then after, interviewed me.

And it's a Minecraft server. A FREE server, for people that have Minecraft. A game that we didn't develop and make no money on.

I agree with you though, we are overrated. But we're overrated by parents that see positive results in their children just by being there. We didn't ask over 2000 people to sign up in less than 19 weeks. But they are and their children are having less meltdowns, making more friends and having more fun. All in all, not so bad really. 

In the end, that's all that really matters to us.
Add a comment...
In their circles
2 people
 
Autism image 4/20/14 #autism_acceptance  
11
2
Autism Acceptance's profile photoAutism Awareness's profile photoAnita Laureano's profile photo
2 comments
 
Thank you, +Autism Awareness 
Add a comment...
 
circa August 2012 re-shared! #Autism_Acceptance  
6
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance

Shared publicly  - 
 
Autism Acceptance originally shared:
 
new images enjoy & share if you like!
3
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance

Shared publicly  - 
 
visit our community exclusively on google!
Autism Acceptance
awareness is not enough - promote autism acceptance
View community
2
Add a comment...

Autism Acceptance
owner

Images about Autism  - 
 
Thank you +Monika Brooks
 
There is so much awesome going on here, I don't know where to begin..
#Starwars
5 comments on original post
3
Caroline Garcia's profile photo
 
ha 
Add a comment...
People
In their circles
2 people
Contact Information
Contact info
Email
Story
Tagline
awareness is not enough - promote autism acceptance™
Introduction
"Acceptance is not love. 
You love a person because he or she has lovable traits, but you accept everybody just because they're alive and human."  ~ Dr. Albert Ellis

Welcome

We have an autism acceptance community here on google.


Our community is dedicated to the Autism Acceptance movement; supporting the empowerment of autistic individuals, encouraging self-advocacy and promoting our fundamental belief that:

All persons are worthy of appreciation and respect without discrimination as to abilities, age, culture, education, ethnicity, gender, nationality, race, religious beliefs, political opinions, sexual orientation or socio-economic class.

The idea of changing the public, private and not-for profit sector emphasis from "autism awareness" to Autism Acceptance will need the dedication and organization of many individuals to make this cause a reality. We believe that everyone can agree that Autism Acceptance is needed in our society to improve the lives of individuals living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. ​