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The Autism File, the first magazine ever published devoted exclusively to Autism Spectrum Disorders, announced today that the upcoming August/September issue will mark the magazine’s entry into the world of digital publishing.
Since the first issue of the magazine appeared in 1999, the Autism File has been described by readers as a “lifeline”. “Thanks to the most knowledgeable experts and experienced parents from around the world, we’re able to present cutting-edge content and critically needed support to families affected by autism,” said the magazine’s founder and Editor-in-Chief, Polly Tommey. “The new digital format will allow parents and professionals—no matter where they live—to have immediate access to the crucial information provided by our contributors.”
In addition to the magazine’s bi-monthly publication, which will be available as a free download six times per year, the Autism File’s team of editors and writers will provide a weekly update focusing on relevant topics including nutrition, biomedical treatments, sensory issues, advocacy, and safety. “There is an overwhelming number of concerns that autism families face each and every day, and often on incredibly tight budgets,” said Polly. “Our readers will now have the latest innovations and strategies for all aspects of living with autism right at their fingertips, and at no cost.”
Our own Cathy Jameson is this issue's cover girl - along with her handsome son Ronan. once you have subscribed, (see link above) you can read Cathy's article titled Navigating the System to learn about the IEP process.
And not to be outdone - our Contributing Editor Lisa Goes has an article in the same issue, titled Revolutionary Road.
And our Managing Editor (hey, that's me!) has a column in every issue. This month I write about a Pennsylvania Dutch retro serving tray from my ever growing 1960s Mad Men collection and how it ties into social media. The connection seemed to work when I was writing the piece, you be the judge. The piece is called, Let's Klatch!