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Sweet Dreams, iPad

My son is just crazy about his iPad. And when I say crazy, I mean it goes everywhere with us. Yes, especially the bathroom! The poor gadget hasn’t seen 100% battery life since back in January when we became proud owners of our 5th addition to the family.... Read More

Selecting a school

Selecting a school or residential program for your child is a big decision and finding the right fit can be stressful. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be. The important thing to remember is to be prepared. Sit down and talk about the things that matter most and make a... Read More

Back to reality

Yep, it’s almost time to rush off to the nearest Office Max and catch the early bird specials on back-to-school supplies. It seems either August is approaching faster than I can grip my mind around or the fact that my son is still staying up until almost 2 a.m. is... Read More

Mixing fireworks with autism

When I was a kid, the fireworks were my favorite event of the summer. Every year we all hopped happily into the car and drove to the waterside in my Virginia hometown to celebrate our country’s independence. There was nothing better than navigating through the... Read More

Summer sanity

Forty-eight corn dogs gone in seven days. Three square meals and two snacks daily. The constant nagging of the children that reside in my household. Messes in every room twenty-four hours per day. Three children to keep satisfied all summer long. Where is the sanity... Read More

Finding a calling

Hi everyone and welcome to Autism Home Support Service’s blog! I’m glad you chose to stop by. I wanted to start my blogging by telling you a little about myself and some of the topics I may discuss. My name is Ashley, and I began working with children at 17 when I... Read More

Welcome to the Autism Army

It was the year 2007 that the spectrum recruited me into the Autism Army. My 2-year-old son was sitting in the corner of the doctor’s office, running an unplugged electric cord under his nose and making a high pitched screech as if he were picking up radio signals... Read More

The Door

Not every day is full of smiles and successes. Sometimes there is this sad moment at the end of the day that makes our hearts break. It is difficult to stay strong. It is difficult to do the same things again when we thought we climbed this hill before. I am grateful... Read More
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