New Year Prep: 2018 Edition

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Hello! Whew, we made it through 2017!

I hope everyone had a wonderful week full of holiday festivities!

With 2018 right around the corner (like, literally), I will be doing some tweaking of things on the site. I’m not sure if I want a brand new layout or not, but I’m playing around with the idea.

I will also be looking into collaborating with other bloggers to do guests posts, making/posting videos, and giving case studies. In other words, it’s about to get a lot more interactive!

Finally, I really want to do some workshops in several possible areas, including LA, the Bay Area, South Florida, and even New York City. I will keep everyone posted!

So while I may be quiet for the next week or so, trust that I am working on really making SPARC Guidance into something amazing. I hope all of you join me for the ride.

Have a wonderful, fun, and safe New Year, and I will see everyone in 2018!

 

As 2016 Closes Out…

It has been a busy few weeks, so I apologize for the lack of posts!

I did want to come on and say a HUGE thank you to all of you who read a post or two, liked something, commented, and/or followed me. It has been quite a year, and I’m thankful that you all chose to spend a bit of your time on little ol’ me. I hope to continue to grow this site and its mission of education in 2017, and I look forward to seeing you along the way! I have read some amazing posts and messages from you all, so I hope you continue to speak your truths as well. It is greatly needed and appreciated!

I’m spending the last few days of the year relaxing on vacation in LA, reflecting and planning. Be good to yourselves and take time to recover from the whirlwind that is often the holiday season. Below are a few more articles that I came across that (to me at least) look to end 2016 on a high note in the autism world.

I hope you had a wonderful holiday season, and I wish all of you a joyful and hope-filled New Year. See you in 2017!!

Companies Hiring Workers With Autism

The Sensory Cart

Kaylee sings Hallelujah