Stories From the Heart: How to Love Unconditionally

You just don’t expect it. We were living the perfect family life.  We had just had our second child, the boy we wanted after the first child, a beautiful girl.  My husband and I had met in a choir at University, and always thought it would be nice to have ..Continue Reading

Stories From the Heart: My Real Patriot

This is a Paper written by my 13 year old son about his 10 year old autistic brother. Sam had to write a paper for school on someone that was a True Patriot. This is what my son and Nick’s brother wrote. My real Patriot is my little brother Nick. ..Continue Reading

Stories From the Heart: An Amazing Teacher

It was three days before the new school year would begin. Nick was starting 2nd grade and was somewhat apprehensive about having a new teacher. Nick was diagnosed with autism at age 18 months, and transitioning has always been a difficult area for him. So to make things go more ..Continue Reading

Stories From the Heart: You Gave Me Wings

I don’t think it is the first time that I have felt this way but it definitely ranks as one of the most memorable and most painful of my life. Watching someone die is tough. Watching a child with a disability die slowly is indescribable. These days his eyes are ..Continue Reading

Coming to Edmonton! From Obstacles to Opportunities: An Inside View on Opening Doors Empowering Students with ASD’s to Succeed!

A Special 1-Day Workshop Presented by Stephen Shore Ed.D. Edmonton Alberta – Wednesday, May 9th 2012 Oasis Conference and Events Centre Early Bird Registration Ends April 9th 2012! Register today to ensure your seat. Click here to Register as a Parent – 99 $79 Click here to Register as a ..Continue Reading

Stories From the Heart: The Miracle That I Waited So Long To Feel

Albert Einstein once said, “There are two ways to live. One, as thought nothing is a miracle, and the other, as thought everything is a miracle.”  I have this saying on my refrigerator, and I look at it every day to remind me of the miracle of my son, Jare.  ..Continue Reading