New Tomorrow

I was talking to Jeni Curtis, discussing the journey so far and the future. I wanted to make sure that mylifeautistic keeps moving forward, given my limited knowledge of modern day I needed to know that. I needed to know that others can come in and add their own uniqueness to the site and campaign. All I ask is that the spirit in which it was created remains. Other than that, the people that join mylifeautistic, it’s your journey and we just help you along the way. We want to help autistic individuals have a choice in the future they want.

This was always our project and I’m so proud to be heading it up with Jeni. However the door is open to others that want to be a part of what I hope to be a legacy, a birth right. A life autistic that is as individual as we are, a new life autistic.

To facilitate this I am going to be posting Monday to Friday from now on. I’ll put up images or updates over the weekend. This leaves Saturday and Sunday for posts by Jeni, caregivers or the community. Don’t be worried about saying or doing the wrong thing, we will find a place that speaks to you. This isn’t a job but a passion, want to try something for a week and then move on to something else, not a problem. We see a tomorrow where autistic people don’t have to ever mask. One where our community gets to have more smiles than tears.

Would you like to help us create it?

All my best and love

Ross

www.mylifeautistic.com

Words – Ross A Fraser

Graphic Design App – Canva

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