Lorrie Servati
Lorrie is married, has four children and three grandchildren. Her youngest son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders seven years ago. She became his advocate, created their Family Autism Team "Nathan's Voice" and started volunteering at his elementary school. Lorrie integrated herself into his daily school environment by becoming a substitute teacher, getting to know the teachers and the students at his school and bringing awareness to anyone who would listen! She started her autism blog, Nathan's Voice, four years ago in an effort to document her son's progress and share her family's experiences with others. Lorrie is the AutismOKC.org support group leader, a new member of the Covington Registry for Who's Who to represent the state of Oklahoma in Autism Advocacy, currently works as a full-time assistant, in the self-contained autism classroom, at her local middle school and has recently returned back to college to acquire her teacher certificate in Special Education. You can visit Lorrie’s Autism blog, Nathan's Voice , follow her on Twitter , Facebook , LinkedIn , Pinterest and Google+ . You may also contact her by email at Lorrie@AutismOklahoma.org
Lorrie Servati
Lorrie Servati

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Last Minute Halloween Preparation

Last Minute Halloween Preparation

All parents know that there are circumstances which are out of our control when it comes to preparing for their particular child’s Halloween experience every year such as weather, sickness, and how each individual child will perceive or cope with their surroundings. If you have a child with special needs, you know that this can…Continue Reading

5 Helpful Tips for a Prepared Halloween Costume

5 Helpful Tips for a Prepared Halloween Costume

Is it just me, or hasn’t this year gone by exceptionally fast? It is difficult to believe that it is already October and time to prepare for Halloween! If your children are like mine, they have been talking about “who” or “what” they want to “be” for Halloween. If you haven’t found your child’s Halloween…Continue Reading