Give me that old baling wire solution: and other election year thoughts for autism parents

By: Notbohm, Ellen.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest August 2020: 8-9. 2020Subject(s): AUTISM | ELECTIONS | VOTING | INCLUSION | HUMAN RIGHTS | UNITED STATES OF AMERICASummary: Regular contributor and autism advocate, Ellen Notbohm writes "In this drastically unique election year [US], we'll have opportunities beyond number to begin to teach our children to reject those who seek to belittle and intimidate, to teach them from their youngest years to think for themselves and stand firm in expecting respect for their capabilities and character." Discusses the American vote by mail law, suggesting that people who don't feel safe going to the polls in the middle of a pandemic, as well as those whose disabilities or work/family obligations preclude will still be able to vote.
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Regular contributor and autism advocate, Ellen Notbohm writes "In this drastically unique election year [US], we'll have opportunities beyond number to begin to teach our children to reject those who seek to belittle and intimidate, to teach them from their youngest years to think for themselves and stand firm in expecting respect for their capabilities and character." Discusses the American vote by mail law, suggesting that people who don't feel safe going to the polls in the middle of a pandemic, as well as those whose disabilities or work/family obligations preclude will still be able to vote.

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