I believe that submissions for ASDay 2015 remain open for quite some time beyond Nov 1, so it’s worth keeping an eye on the blog for updates.
Neurodivergent K has written “I’m on your kid’s side too“- a short article encouraging parents to continue helping their children with sensory issues, communication etc, but to continue to advocate for a world in which the child is seen as whole *as she is*, and autism isn’t seen as a tragedy.
Stop, Look and Listen– It’s Autistics Speaking Day, by Lindsay. Sometimes people with disabilities need more space than people without disabilities- and that is also true of conversations. She gives examples of how and why conversations can be inaccessible- and has learned to ask people to wait.