Keeping the Website Alive

Hi Readers!

Hello readers of Autism Learning Felt!

When Tammy had mentioned on a forum we both belong to, that she was thinking of closing down her blog, I just couldn’t imagine all the good information that she had written being lost in cyber-space.  So I offered to keep the website alive for her.

I don’t have a autistic child – but am planning on keeping all the features on the site as Tammy had them.  I am open to guest posts if you would like to contribute articles that relate to autism, just e-mail me through the contact form if you’re interested.

Eventually I will transition the blog more into an all around education blog as I feel the “Learning Felt” can be tied to all ages and abilities as it relates to children.  Of course I will still post about autism whenever I can find worthy information to put up :) .

As I tweak the site a bit to reflect my contact information and social media spots – I will start my journey with the blog with a giveaway that does reflect the original mission of this blog – Autism.  Be on the look out for it!

Again – Tammy; thanks for putting together such a great site of information for a number of years.  I hope your articles live on for a long time for those that need them.   I hope that the information I put up will in turn be useful for many out there as well.

My name is also Tammy with the same last initial!  So as not to confuse you too much the ‘original’ Tammy’s posts will stay authored as ‘Tammy’ and mine will be ‘Tammy L’.

Best of Luck in your future endeavors Tammy, I hope there are many blessings down your path.

– Tammy L.

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