Walking for Austism - Greyson Style
Thank you for giving us your support.
As you know, Rachel and I became parents about 6 years ago on this upcoming April 27th. I cried a famous amount in the hospital that day. Who would have known that our little bundle of joy would be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder 3 short years later; while suspician of the disorder was being suggested at nearly 2 years of age.
This suspician thrust Rachel and I on a crash course to become experts in a Neurological disorder that is so aptly named as a SPECTRUM. Anyway, onward we have pressed, and Greyson, Rachel, and I have accomplished so much in such a short period of time.
Through all our research, we learned about Applied Behavioral Analysis or otherwise knows as ABA Therapy. This therapy, particularly if introduced early, is scientifically proven to help Austic Children assimilate in a "Neural Typical" world.
Greyson is now almost 6 and is making monumental strides in his development. He is using more words, has developed friendships with a few children in his classes, and continues to impress us with his progress every day! He used his first 5 word sentence just a few days ago; "Mommy, time to wake up!" It was just past 6 am. What a blessing...LOL If you are aware of Rachel and I's affinity for sleep you will know how we reacted! LOL
With all the above being said, we would like to solicit your financial support for Greyson, the NC Autism Socieity, and his ABA Therapy provider Behavioral Consluting for Autism, LLC. Reserach is what helps and money fuels that research.
Thank you for your considerate gift!
The Autism Society of North Carolina is the leading statewide resource organization serving people across the autism spectrum throughout their lifespans.
We understand the challenges of the autism community because we work with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families every day. We offer advocacy, training and education, and direct care that helps individuals with autism to, increase their social and communication skills, develop independent-living skills, succeed in school or on the job, participate in community activities, and advocate for themselves.
We have a statewide network of resources, connecting individuals with autism and their families to life-changing programs and supports unavailable anywhere else.
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