Dr. Ali Griffith and I had an AMAZING conversation about ways to help our children on the autism spectrum feel safe and find success at home and at school. As professionals and mothers of children with autism, we understand the importance of sharing what we know works with our village.
Keischa Pruden hails from Eastern North Carolina and is a self-proclaimed country girl. She is a wife, mother of 2, licensed therapist, and published author. In her free time, Keischa enjoys listening to music of various genres, reading urban novels (her guilty pleasure), and writing for online publications such as The Mighty, which offers encouragement and a voice for those with special needs, and Notes and Narratives.
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