Celina Miller

  • Advocate for those affected with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Autism Speaks
  • Birmingham, Alabama   
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Celina is a writer, advocate, trained yoga instructor, musician, and mother to three - one of whom is affected by Aspergers syndrome. She understands the complexity of issues faced by families who are touched by ASD. A graduate of the University of Virginia, the former editor-in-chief of YogaMom Magazine volunteers her time with various organizations to help people affected by Autism, mental health issues or homelessness. A member of the Board of Directors at Oasis Center for Women and Children, Celina is the co-chair for a multi-million dollar expansion that will provide needed play therapy services and resources to children in need. A volunteer with Autism Speaks, Celina reviews grants and is a committee member for the Alabama Walk Now for Autism Speaks. In this capacity she meets with various organizations to encourage involvement and further raise awareness. Celina service as a volunteer at the First Light Women’s Shelter where, with her children, she makes and serves food to homeless women and children. Celina is an active member in her church and a children’s service-project organizer. She also teaches piano. A writer, Celina advocates for the protection of civil rights for people affected by ASD as well as promotes awareness about the issues faced by those affected and their families. You can visit her website and blog at www.celinamiller.com Celina lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband and children.

Expert Articles by Celina Miller

Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

How to parent siblings of a child with an autistic spectrum disorder
Parenting is a challenge, and that challenge may be complicated if you have neurodiverse children. Creating a bond between siblings when one has an Autistic Spectrum Disorder takes understanding. The ...
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