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Terrific Ways Theater Can Help Kids with Autism Communicate:
from Autism Parenting Magazine

"The word theatre comes from the Greeks.  It means the seeing place. 
It is the place people come to see the truth aobut life and the social situation.
The theatre is a spiritual and social X-ray of its time."  - Stella Adler
Autism / Arts and Autism
« Last post by NHU Community Friend on March 07, 2019, 08:09:58 AM »
Using the Arts to learn social skills.
Autism / Re: Autism and Driving
« Last post by NHU Community Friend on March 04, 2019, 02:28:32 PM »
Autism and Driving - Everything You Need to Know at
This article covers Safety Concerns with Autism and Driving,  Legal questions about driving with Autism,Research about Autism and Driving 

Also see Helping Drivers Make the Best Choices:  Assessing Cognitive impairment to ensure safe driving

Did you know help is just a phone call away. Dial 211 and get connected to much needed resources in your area. Housing, food, employment, health care, and so much more.
What's New at NHU / March - NHU Benefit Raffle and Silent Auction
« Last post by NHU Community Friend on February 28, 2019, 08:09:29 AM »
Our  Annual New Horizons Un-Limited Benefit Raffle & Silent Auction is planned for March  in the public galleria of the US Bank Center Galleria Level downtown Milwaukee. 

Our highly anticipated spring raffle and silent auction draws hundreds of participants from within the US Bank Center and surrounding professional buildings in downtown Milwaukee. 

Visit our past year's event at  NHU Raffle and Silent Auction
"Together, we must remove the physical barriers we have created and the social barriers that we have accepted. For ours will never be a truly prosperous nation until all within it prosper."

--President H.W. Bush at the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Former President H.W. Bush is right. Our country is built on all, young and old, from any background or nationality having a chance at the American dream. This includes those with disabilities of any kind.

Knowingly or not we have made it difficult for those with disabilities to prosper in our great nation. The measure of prosperity should not be how rich the few are, but how happy, and prosperous our many citizens are at any given time.

Breaking down social barriers is difficult and can take time and understanding. We as a nation must try and must prevail over the injustices this nation has in front of us. This is not a small task. We must find common ground and do what is right by all of the nation and help each other become prosperous in our lives and endeavors.
Awareness / 10 things the world can learn from people with disabilities
« Last post by NHU Community Friend on December 17, 2018, 08:19:33 AM »
10 things the world can learn from  people with disabilitiesRead this article from Huffington Post at
People have worked hard to ensure that people with disabilities are not discriminated against in life. 
Liberty or Freedom has a price, the price is Responsibility.

You  can be a part of this awareness and advocacy, in simple ways and larger.
Each time we ask another for a common courtesy, or explain to someone how we wish to be treated because of a disability,
each time we ask for respect, request an accessible way into a venue, we are teaching awareness about disability. 

When we use an accessible venue over an inaccessible one, when we purchase assistive and adaptive technology,
when we file a complaint, tell our story to an organization or a legislator, participate in a legislation day or protest,
we are advocating for people with disabilities.

If you do not share, we will not be heard. 

Together we can find a common voice for all those with disabilities and their families. 

Make it a part of your life to do what you can do!
Do you like to write?  New Horizons Un-Limited is looking for volunteers to Research and Write on Disability Resources, Personal Experiences, or Hobbies.  Go to our NHU Volunteer Network at
Employment / Have you considered volunteering?
« Last post by NHU Community Friend on December 17, 2018, 07:52:58 AM »
Not all of us will find employment.  Have you considered volunteering?
It may be that your disability requires too much from you and you are unable to be consistent with the time needs of a job.  Consider volunteering for a local non-profit organization, church or synagogue or tutor or mentor children at a local school.

If you know of a job that you want and you have requested an interview but have not been able to get an interview or a chance to show what you can do, ask the company if they will consider allowing you to volunteer or to do a volunteer workshop. 

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