Top 2012 TACAnow blogs
January 02, 2013
by Lisa Ackerman
In 2012, the TACAnowblog has reached almost 130,000 readers. The content appears to be relevant for a community blog.
The archives of articles are pretty amazing and always available for your review. We appreciate the guest blogs from Drs. Bob Sears, Dan Rossignol, Elizabeth Mumper, some great TACA parents, individuals diagnosed with autism, their siblings, and TACA staffers Holly Bortfeld and Summer Stech.
Our most popular 2012 blog posts include:
Gut Brain Connection? Leaky Gut? No longer “Crazy Talk” says AAP
So autism is common. Who cares?
A Physician’s Perspective on the Proposed DSM-5 Autism Diagnostic Criteria
Diagnostic Criteria Changes: What your family needs to know
A huge loss in the scientific community looking into autism
Letter to parents looking into biomedical intervention for autism
MAPS: new physicians group for autism & chronic conditions
The Autism Epidemic Rages On
Parent with children on the spectrum are not allowed to get sick or die
My Bad-Ass Autism Survivor Story
Will a new genetic blood test for autism improve early detectin?
1o ways YOU can help a family living with autism
Honest thoughts from a sibling: I am affected by autism too
On my phone is where I keep a list a potential blog titles that need to be written. The list stands at 30 ideas. Every day there seems to be a new inspiration. Also on my phone are four blogs in progress that need to be finished up. (And yes most of time, I type these posts on my phone. I love my iPhone.)
As we kick off 2013, we would like to know what you want to read about next. Please share your ideas and this wonderful team will address these topics one by one.
Our goal on this blog is to educate, empower and inspire families living with autism. Please help us prioritize those next steps so we can better serve our TACA friends. Thanks for sharing your ideas!