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AHSS Michigan’s 2016 Holiday Party & Core Values Awards

From left to right: Laurie Polen, Kristi Pienkosv, Delfina Kluska, Liz Trujillo, Ian Cohoon, and Laura Ward

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...

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...

"Eternally Grateful to Autism" - Why I'm Thankful

With Thanksgiving this week, it seems an apt time to step back and think about what we're thankful for. Like we did for our Father's Day series,  we reached out to some of our AHSS team members and asked them to share what they're most thankful...

"A GIANT plateful of brownies and just enough milk" - Why I'm Thankful

From left to right:  Peter, Ben, Laura, and Josh Perisin

Revised Recruitment Age Change -- Research Study for University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

by Jessy | Nov 22, 2016 | autism, behavior, blog, diet, parents, research, Uncategorized |

Recruiting Children (2-7 years) Newly Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder for a Research Study on How Diet Affects the Gut Bacteria and Behavior in ASD 

Why I'm Thankful - from a mom of autism

As we are fast approaching Thanksgiving, it seems an apt time to step back and think about what we're thankful for. Like we did for our Father's Day series,  we reached out to some of our AHSS team members and asked them to share what they're...

On Grief - Neurotribes Part 3

Grief. Merriam-Webster defines it as:  deep sadness caused especially by someone’s death, or a cause of deep sadness.

Understanding neurodiversity - You Are Not Alone

Reflecting on the need for understanding neurodiversity, I'm reminded of a few years ago when I allowed my son and his best friend (who also has ASD) to take our dog down to the beach a few blocks from our house. I came down about 45 minutes...

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