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9 Tips for Surviving Holiday Gatherings with a Child with Autism

Let’s face it, the holidays can get pretty crazy. You eat things that you normally don’t eat and see people that you don’t regularly see. You're in a new environment surrounded by things that you aren’t familiar with. Add in a child on the autism...

Why ABA Therapy?

Why is Applied Behavior Analysis the Most Effective Therapy Choice?

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy, ABA for short, has become the leading therapy option for those affected by autism. Because of its widespread popularity in the world of autism...

Congratulations to the 2016 AHSS Core Values Awards winners!

We were so proud to present our 4th Annual AHSS Core Values Awards this month. We collect nominations from everyone in the company, and one of the most energizing things the management team gets to do each year is choose the winners. With more...

AHSS Visits AutonomyWorks

by Jessy | Dec 13, 2016 | autism, autonomyworks, blog, growth, jobs, temple grandin |
Left to right: Rich Maston, Laura McKee, Karrie Pece, Wanda Malone, Margaret Boyer, and David Friedman

AHSS CEO Laura McKee, Family Support Manager Rich Maston and Family Support team members Wanda Malone and Margaret Boyer recently visited...

UPDATED -- "Take Action! Wandering Legislation" Falls Short

UPDATE via Disability Scoop:  "Controversial, last-minute changes proved too much for a bill designed to provide tracking devices and other resources to those with developmental disabilities at risk of wandering. The U.S. Senate ended its session...

"Have Love, Will Travel" - 9 Traveling Tips for Autism

We may do different things to celebrate the multitude of holidays in December with our families, but we all tend have one thing in common -- typically we have to travel some amount of distance to get to them! Any amount of travel can be...

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