Pay No Attention to the Web Developers Behind the Curtain!

The ABOARD web site was developed by Phil Garrow and Caitlin Freeman, two individuals on the autism spectrum, and co-owners of SEOPittsburgh.com,
a Search Engine Optimization and web site development company.

If you have found us here, you are very clever

Maybe too clever…

If you are so clever, we would like to ask you some Seldom Asked Questions.

Our SAQ (not an FAQ!)

  • What is the maximum air speed of an unladen swallow (a European swallow, not an African swallow)?
  • Who put the Bop in the Bop-She-Bop?

With its corollary:

  • Who put the Ram in the Rama-Lama-Ding-Dong?

And if you are so smart:

  • Why do fools fall in love?

Too hard for you?

Maybe you found this web page by magic. Maybe you are a genie who can grant wishes.

Here is our Existential Wish List

  1. Peace in the Middle East.
  2. The end to world hunger.
  3. A balanced U.S. budget.
  4. The cure for morning breath!

We know that genies generally can grant only three wishes (why is that?), but that fourth one is REALLY important!

Thanks for stopping by. We hope you enjoy the site.

Phil and Caitlin

  • Autism Resources

  • Thinking in Speech: Promoting Independent Problem Solving in Children with ASD

    Presented by

    Janice Nathan, M.S., CCC-SLP

    Wednesday, June 24, 2015

    9:30  a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

    Autism Connection of PA

    35 Wilson Street #101

    Pittsburgh, PA 15223

    Continuing Education Credits Offered:  Act 48, Act 62, AOTA, ASHA, Psychologists, Social Workers

  • Making Children with CHALLENGING Behaviors "Famous for Something Else": Positive Practices


    Presented by: Regis Lazor

    Wednesday, July 15, 2015

    9:00  a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

    Autism Connection of PA

    35 Wilson Street #101

    Pittsburgh, PA 15223

    Continuing Education Credits Available: AOTA, Act 48, Social Workers

  • 6th Annual AcoustiCafe Beatles Tribute

     

  • Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

    The 2015 Highmark Walk

    for a Healthy Community Pittsburgh

    will take place on

    Saturday, May 16, 2015

    at Stage AE on the North Shore

     

  • Run For A Reason

    Raise funds towards our mission of being a lifeline for families and individuals affected by autism

    Run any of the races for us during marathon weekend:

    • Full marathon
    • Half marathon
    • Marathon relay
    • 5k
    • 1 mile kids fun run (run with your child!)

    For more information, please contact Jennifer at autismrunpgh@gmail.com