Really Cool Stuff

As Sam goes along this journey, it is our mission to showcase the talents and skills of others, off and on the autism spectrum. This is what this page is dedicated to: the successes of all. Anytime we come across an incredible person, story, or event, we are putting it here.

Paintings by Josh Fields

Josh Fields, Bloomington, Indiana

Josh is an incredible artist that just happens to have autism. His brain wiring allows him to express himself through artwork.

  • Painting of a woman standing in front of a tree. Kanji characters adorn the bottom left corner of the image. Black and white.
  • Drawing of a woman with a short ponytail. She stares at the viewer. Black and white, line art.
  • Painting of the ocean lapping the shore.

John's Crazy Socks

I ran across this organization by watching CBS News cover it. We are friends of John and love following his work! Check out this amazing young man's Website!

John's Crazy Socks

The Mental Health Project

Sara Tomko, actress that has had leading roles in Resident Alien and Sneaky Pete, asked Sam and I to check out this amazing organization!

The Mental Health Project

SendOutCards

Robert Rosenthal is a distributor for SendOutCards. You literally create a card in seconds, pay a very small fee to send it, and your recipient will get a card in the mail..for any occasion. Robert said that he has sent 23,000 cards in the last 13 years. What an easy way to send a thank you card. Remember, everyone needs to feel appreciated.

SendOutCards

The Ed Asner Family Center

Navah and Matthew Asner, daughter-in-law and son of Ed Asner, runs this spectacular educational foundation for autism. We have had the honor to meet them and be on their show. They truly are doing fabulous work for the autism community.

The Ed Asner Family Center

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