by shelly andrews | Nov 10, 2015 | blog, Uncategorized, Why We Do What We Do
by Joseph McDonald, BCBA Specialist, AHSS Michigan
I have a little cousin with disabilities who’s not quite so little anymore. Growing up our families weren’t terribly close, but I’d catch glimpses of him playing outside and I noticed the difficulties he had even then. They live in an area that, like so many others then and even now, did not have behavior analytic services as an option.
by shelly andrews | Jun 16, 2015 | blog, weekly list
By Jessy McCulloch, Autism Home Support Services “If you’re a parent of a child with special needs, then you know what it’s like to agonize over what your child can’t do. It becomes an obsession; you imagine a life full of dreams dashed.” These poignant words come... Read More
by shelly andrews | May 25, 2012 | blog |
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