Hope you love Love someone with autism shirt. Sitting here in my car with Jada on my mind. We got to get one good picture in. AUTISM is a challenge just her being under the Christmas lights did a number on her. On the second picture she started to cry. Because of the lights. Once we got her into the car she started to bang her head on the window. So many different things affect her things that we would think that’s super cool. I live with and love someone with autism. I live with autism but i don’t truly know everything i think i need to know about it. Me and him google different things about autism to try and find out what we can.
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It just hurt so bad when we do find something that will help me know more about autism. Or I think will help Jada we can’t afford it. So im asking everyone to share this post! Maybe it will reach other families that has a loved one with autism. Hopefully can point me into the right direction with getting more Resources about autism. Today is a special day. Happy 16th Birthday Evan. The love of my life!!! He’s done such amazing things and continues to be amazing each day! He knows the true meaning of hard work and love. I love someone with autism. Great day for a party at school and cupcakes with friends after school.
Love someone with autism
“Over the decades, I have had the privilege of sharing my heart with hundreds of children with autism. The bond between a child with autism and an adult who understands them is like no other and through this, students have a portal to learn the skills they need to flourish. They depend on these adults to teach them, guide them, and trust in the unconditional love and support they are surrounded with at Arts ‘n Autism. At A’nA, we love, we understand, and we celebrate successes of children and adults with autism: from toilet training and conquering a fear of stairs, to graduating college and a first job.
Today 1/59 children will be diagnosed with autism—if you don’t know or love someone with autism, you most certainly will. Arts ‘n Autism wants to be able to serve every single child or adult who comes through our front door—regardless of their ability to pay. Our only limitation in this mission is funding. Please donate tomorrow, on Giving Tuesday. The event begins at 7am CST and Facebook and PayPal are matching the first 7 million dollars raised. We are a non-profit and we receive no government funding or insurance payments. We depend on the generosity of the community around us. Please help us continue meeting the needs of people with autism in West Alabama. Give as you are able and know that every gift is both deeply appreciated and desperately needed.”