The focus of helping a child with Autism should never spotlight what a child can't do,
but feature what they can do. Children with Autism have gifts that are often overlooked by others.
We must capture the beauty of something that is often described with similar characteristics from child to child, yet with their own DNA and individual needs. There must be a shift in focus from "eye contact" to are they aware of other people's presence in the room or their ability to share their own feelings.
Do they understand the emotions of others and how to connect to a world they view as broken, yet we think they are the ones who need to be fixed? Autism is a journey with solved mysteries along the way. We will venture together in a partnership to mend what some may feel is irreparable, but we know it to be unique and wonderfully made by design!