AHSS Progress Pieces - Verbal Victories

by Jessy | Nov 30, 2017 | nonverbal, verbal, progress pieces |

After patience, time, the right approach, and a lot of hard work, there's nothing more rewarding than seeing a child empowered by real progress.

All of the small victories accomplished along the way are pieces of the bigger puzzle, and that got...

Gratitude at graduation - Why We Do What We Do

We consistently have an abundance of stories we share that personify why we do what we do here at AHSS. While they are each as unique and diverse as the kiddos with autism we serve, there is one goal that unites them all:  Empowering progress...

Learn and grow with AHSS

I have been working with AHSS for over three years now and have enjoyed every minute of it. I have worked with 4-year-old nonverbal clients to 12-year-old clients who could talk your ear off. My favorite part is the “ah ha!” moments when the...

Make some noise! Why we do what we do

We received this fantastic Why We Do What We Do story from Lead Care Team Member Ingrid Jones:

My Sister the Swindler - You're Not Alone

By Jonathan Slack, Market Research & Development Specialist, AHSS

Finding a calling

by Jessy | Jun 07, 2012 | ABA, blog, nonverbal, PECS |

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.

Welcome to the Autism Army

by Jessy | May 28, 2012 | blog, diagnosis, family, nonverbal, progress |

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...

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