April Green is a wife, mother of three children living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a licensed minister. April has worked in the field of early childhood special education for the past 20 years and is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in educational leadership. April has a background in Psychology and Curriculum Instruction and Assessment and has a passion for early intervention and promoting awareness. This passion led April to host and produce the podcast “Keeping it Moving with April and Vondell” which focuses on shedding light on mental health, health, and autism awareness. April’s passion to share her story and bring awareness has also led to her writing a blog called Ausome-Sauce, which chronicles experiences raising multiple children living with Autism. April has also created a group called AUsome People Cafe' which serves as a safe space for parents, loved ones, caregivers and providers for people living with Autism and other unique needs to share and encourage others through their journey while promoting awareness and acceptance as well as provide resources. April is also apart of the non-profit organization Carrer Growth After Domestic Violence which focuses on providing support and resources to those recovering from domestic abuse as they prepare to re-enter the work force. April strongly believes that awareness is key to acceptance and is dedicated to being a vehicle for change while helping others find peace and purpose through the pain.
April Gree/Publisher Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid disease) is an invisible disease that although is common often goes undetected. If you live with hypothyroidism, your thyroid does not produce enough thyroid hormone. The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located in the front lower part of your neck. The hormone released by the thyroid supports different functions
Vondell Green/Contributing Writer Art Credit/Vondell Green At the age of 16, as I sat in class going about my normal business of the day the county police entered the room, took me into custody and charged me with armed robbery. At this point, I thought that
April Green/Publisher Whether or not you are attending a meeting with your child’s school, a therapy appointment, talking with teachers, meeting with the doctor, or reviewing reports when you are a parent of a child with exceptional needs you are bound to come across many terms and acronyms such as IEP, DD, and BIP just
April Green/Publisher Your heart is racing; you feel disoriented, your breathing is heavy and you cannot understand why. You feel tightness in your chest and pains in your arm and neck. A moment ago, you were just fine going on about your life minding your business and then boom all of a sudden your