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Jodi

Redwood City, CA

I am a mom of two amazing adult children, one with autism. Geek Club Books is my autism education nonprofit and parent community.

http://geekclubbooks.com/welcome-autism-families/

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Dorktales "beanstalk" Family Story Time At The Dragon Theatre

Think fractured fairytales meets Big Bang Theory! Dorktales at the Dragon is a family-fun, story time series of goofier versions of favorite classics adored by generations. Suitable for all ages, they’re fast-paced, interactive, full of giggles and entertaining…even for adult types.   Beanstalk  Written By: Karen Gardiner Storyteller: Max Koknar... more

The Girl Who Thought In Pictures!

There’s nothing better than a good book. And when a children’s book is smart, clever, and can captivate my adult heart, I’m excited to share it with my network. The Girl Who Thought in Pictures is all that and more. Written by Julia Finley Mosca and published by the boutique publishing... more

Creating The Best Birthday For Your Child With Autism

Birthday parties are a wonderful way to celebrate and our children on the autism spectrum deserve these special rites of passage. With some careful planning, role playing, and creativity, you can pull off a memorable, rewarding event for both you and your child. Lifestyle blogger Zuma Ayriyan did a guest post on... more

Dorktales Storytime Family Hour In Redwood City

Kick off your summer with giggles and grins! Your family is invited to experience Dorktales at the Dragon, a live children’s storytelling hour of wacky “fractured fairy tales.” Join us for Audible’s live taping of our show. CLICK HERE for more info and FREE tickets! Storytellers perform goofier versions of... more

Celebrating Our Unique And Wonderful Children!

We are a family with an adult loved one on the autism spectrum. He is our hero! Our nonprofit, Geek Club Books, likes to do something special for other families so we started the Mighty League Squad.  Go to this PAGE and fill out a form to tell us... more

"everyone Is A Superhero" And 7 Other Sv Comic Con Lessons

My son and his friend are two of the most amazing autistic self-advocates. They've been going into schools and classrooms to talk to kids about autism. Recently, they were our Geek Club Books press members at the Silicon Valley Comic Con. Of course they had fun but they took... more

Autistic Hero Comic For Awareness & Acceptance

The Mighty League, Vol. 1: The Terrible Taunting is based on a real boy and his own adventures growing up with on the autism spectrum. Written by his sister, Molly Murphy, and narrated by Jonathan, the story is told by someone who sees his world from a very unique perspective... more

What Every Autistic Girl Wishes Her Parents Knew

The Autism Women's Network (AWN) exists because autism is still so often thought of as something that boys have. Boys are over-represented in research, in diagnosis, and in media portrayal. What we now know is that autistic girls and women can have very distinctive experiences of autism and how it affects... more