Like all the Guides at About.com, I'm a real person. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, but first, take a look at the articles and pages linked below. In addition to finding answers to your questions, you'll find some great ways to join the conversation, interact with other readers, and pass on your own wisdom and experience.
To find out what's available and where, read Ten Things You Should Know About This Site.
To let me and everyone else know about your great special-needs site, read Promote Your Special-Needs Blog or Site on About.com Parenting Special Needs.
To get your book reviewed, have a fan submit a review to the Write a Review form. This will create a page about your book on this site.
To learn more about a specific diagnosis, visit the Diagnosis Index.
To find out about services in your state, consult the State-by-State Section.
To write for the site, take advantage of one of the many Readers Respond pages, including book and TV reviews, sharing of tips and stories, opinion items, and humorous questions. I don't use freelance submissions or guest articles, but the Readers Respond pages offer plenty of opportunities to share your work with your fellow readers.
To request reprint permission, fill out About.com's reprint permission form. If yours is a nonprofit organization, mention that in the "Other/Special Instructions" box.
To ask for advice, post about your situation on the Parenting Special Needs forum. There, you can get other parents' opinions as well as mine.