Natasha B, a mother of two boys, her youngest is on the autism spectrum influencing her to form a Non-Profit Organization Autism Moms Know Safety.


She has appeared in numerous parenting blogs such as, "Mobile Mommies" and "Paradigm Behavior" and she also has had multiple safety articles featured in "Autism Parenting Magazine".

She has recently launched an Autism Safety Campaign whereby she sends free safety toolkits worldwide to provide caregivers practical resources to educate and raise awareness while also providing solutions and essential tools that can help prevent wandering and elopement or assist others if a dependent goes missing to help get them back home safely.


Natasha’s work at General Motors was recognized from the disability community with awards delivered by Michigan Association of Rehabilitation Organizations in June of 2017 with an Apex Champion Employer Award and Private Sector Employer of the Year from the CAREERS & the disABLED magazine in April of 2018.


Natasha is the author of the Tommy's Lessons Children's book series. Books in the series include "My Tomato, Guacamole and Onion Sandwich", "My Magic Pet Fish" and "My Super Cool Ant Farm" as well as Autism Children’s Awareness book “The Waiting Song” recently published by Future Horizons in November of 2017. She is looking for literary agents and representation of future of books.

"I am a dedicated mom, engineer, and free spirited author."

I had my first son, Isaac in March 2004 and my second son, Joshua in 2005. When Josh was two years old my whole life changed--I learned my he had autism. It was at that moment when I realized that everything I did and learned as I raised my typically developing son was not going to work for Joshua. I was a new mom learning from scratch.  As a mom of a special needs child I experienced an increase of senses, patience, understanding, and wonder but most importantly, safety!


My writing hobby and safety advocacy began when I learned my young son escaped his school. He was rescued from being harmed by a car when he was found on a 50 mph road. I went to a safety workshop held by the Autism Alliance of Michigan and the information I learned along with the reality of the other parents that seemed to be overwhelmed with the lack of trust in their children’s safety in the schools, community, home drove me to want to want to share my experiences and research  I had done to help keep my kids safe.



"Sometimes dangerous situations are not always obvious situations."


Autism Moms Know Safety is committed to those with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who have wandering tendencies and may wander or elope from a safe environment.  These individuals may be non-verbal or unable to recognize danger.


The AMKS Safety Kit is a free-of-charge toolkit given to autism families to help spark the safety conversations in their home.  It’s a means to educate, raise awareness and share simple tools for Autism safety that can help prevent wandering and/or assist others if your child is missing to help get them home safely.


We want to keep the AMKS free of charge, your donations assist us in making that happen!


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