Changing for the better

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“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”  I came across that quote today by Maya Angelou.  It just resonated.  Let’s be honest, change is hard. We can get stuck in the status quo and it works “good enough” Crisis Several years […]

Autism Daddy’s question

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Autism Daddy  This summer I went to see Autism Daddy here in Madison.   Autism Daddy is Frank Campagna, a self-described “47 year old neurotypical man with a 14 year old son with severe autism” who has a successful blog about his life as a dad.  He has 144000 followers on Facebook.  I have followed his […]

Innovative

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Innovation: Recently we had the opportunity to attend the Wisconsin Innovation Awards as a finalist. We were very honored to have been nominated and then selected as a finalist. Although not the winner in our category, I felt great being there representing Stimmi. You see, I think Stimmi is incredibly innovative. Born out a real […]

Stimmi | Voice Library

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When I first talked with Deb about her idea and need behind Stimmi.org, I broke out in goosebumps. Literally. Big, fat goosebumps. Her need was built out of having an autistic child. A need that she identified for the many families affected by having a member that was differently-abled is so real and so big. […]