Of utmost importance to FFI is that children with autism are given a voice. We must do our best to understand the true perceptions and experiences of people with autism, not just what we assume they are thinking and feeling. Therefore, we are creating an advisory board, made up of individuals on the autism spectrum, to look over and provide input and recommendations for the materials and programs we create. Listening to their voices is the best way to help us understand our children who are not yet able to speak.
We love to hear feedback, thoughts, and ideas from others as well to improve what we offer. And our materials and resources are always free.