Are you a parent or caregiver of a child with autism who has been thinking about discussing it with your child? Doing so can involve a lot of thinking and preparing, such as waiting for the right time to come up. It is likely that your loved one will one day ask about “autism,” after hearing the word so often while growing up, and the day may come when you decide it’s time to sit down one-on-one and talk about it. Celina Miller, writer and mother of a child who has Asperger syndrome, recently shared some of her strategies she used when that time came for her. Her tips, including seeking professional advice, choosing a good time and more, can be found by clicking HERE.