A moment of clarity, the aha moment is a defining moment where you gain real wisdom - wisdom you can use to change your life.
Enjoy these AUTISM - related aha moment(s).
Erik-San Diego, CA- 2011
My aha moment happened when I was the Master of the Ceremonies in the Richard LaMunyon Hall of Fame Banquet for the Internation Law Enforcement Torch. After being diagnosed with autism, I realized I could defeat the odds and create my own destiny.
Dayna-San Diego, CA- 2011
My aha moment was when my 2 year old son was diagnosed with autism. I realized every family tree is touched by autism whether it is a family member, friend, colleague or someone in your community.
Kristen-Kearney, NE- 2011
My aha moment came about as a result of raising a son with autism and an intellectual disability. Through my journey I have acquired a desire and passion to improve the lives for my son and others in my community with the work I do at The Arc of Buffalo …
Sandy-Fargo, ND- 2011
I founded the North Dakota Autism Center in Fargo to help children and families affected by autism in our area.
Angela-Burlington, VT- 2011
I realized I wanted to help other families handle children with autism after we had great success with Tristan's program. I wanted to teach other families how to grow their child.
Gene-Norfolk, VA- 2011
I realized that radio tracking transmitters would be a life saver for those with Alzheimer's and Autism who have the tendency to wander and become lost. I then started Project Lifesaver.
Charles and Jackie-Winston-Salem, NC- 2011
Our experience as parents of a child with autism inspired us to launch our travel agency that focuses on travel for families and individuals with autism.
Vickie-Lafayette, LA- 2011
My hope for my daughter with autism grew once she began to communicate and learn through typing at a computer. I realized that there is always hope for our loved ones. If you are patient and work with them, there are really no limits to their future.
Beki-Billings, MT- 2009
Having a child with autism has been frustrating. My aha moment was when I realized I needed to stop feeling sorry for him and myself. Instead, I realized he was a gift and I've focused my energy on educating people about autism.
Laura-Memphis, TN- 2010
… am the parent of two children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders, as well as having an Autism Spectrum Disorder myself. I saw a need within myself and … that could fulfill their needs. So I founded Autism Solution Center, Inc. My goal is to …
Kirsten-Tucson, AZ- 2010
I have a cousin who suffers from severe autism and I am deeply affected by how it changed her life and the life of her parents. I created an autism center where people with autism and their families can go and meet with doctors and specialists as well as …
Jimmie-Baton Rouge, LA- 2010
After my son was diagnosed with Autism, I realized that while society may view my child differently, my son is fine just the way he is.
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