14 Days of Autism Giveaway
Day 11: Senseez

14 Days of Autism Love Giveaway
Ahhhhhh, love is in the air! Can you feel it?

My heart’s beating a little faster because we’re celebrating our love for those on the autism spectrum. Every day, for the next 14 days, I’m going to feature one of our favorite authors, apps, and organizations as a countdown to a huge giveaway of their products. (Now I can feel your heart beating faster too!) Have fun learning about them …and don’t forget to enter the giveaway. (Entry form at the end of this post. Lots of ways to earn extra entries too.)

Day 11: Senseez
PeekBehindtheCurtain

I’m Stephanie,  a mom with a young boy with special needs. I created this pillow to originally help him. Now it is helping thousands of other little boys and girls!

My Motivation

My motivation is her son, and helping other children adapt to situations that would otherwise be more challenging.

AutismLoveNote

We learn a lot about our own senses, and how we communicate overall by living and loving those with autism.

SpreadtheLove

Find more Senseez on…

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Sensory Goods
Our premium sponsor is Sensory Goods, a family-owned company founded to meet the needs of people affected by developmental disorders. They are graciously donating a Custom Weighted Blanket as our grand prize! The winner will have the opportunity to pick the weighted blanket that will best fit his/her family’s needs. Their profile will appear on Day 14. (Includes shipping to US. Value up to $205.99)
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About Jodi Murphy

I am the founder of Geek Club Books, autism storytelling through mobile apps for awareness, acceptance and understanding. My mission is to use the art of storytelling and technology to entertain and educate for the social good. I am a 'positive' autism advocate, mother of an awesome adult on the autism spectrum, lifestyle journalist, and marketing specialist.

Comments

  1. Helen Wagner says:

    I have learned a lot about myself from my work with autistic students! We learn and grow together.

  2. I am currently working on becoming an educational advocate to help special needs children. This became my passion after encountering other families and special needs children (including those with Autism) during my personal journey through the Infants & Toddlers program and special ed program through the county with my son.

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