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Our son has always been a special guy. He learned to run before he walked. He didn't talk much but we figured that would come later. At age 2, we noticed he was a little behind developmentally. At 3, he had stitches in his head TWICE in 6 months because I could not keep him in one place. The doctor diagnosed him...

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Different Love

I first met my girlfriend when I was leaving home for the first time. I was newly 18, and ready for change. I hopped aboard a plane from the U.S. and flew to Ontario, Canada. We were only friends at first, but I felt myself falling more and more in love with her. I'd known from the start that she has autism...

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In-Home Support for a Family Impacted by Autism

Many families affected by autism struggle to bridge the gap between the benefits gained in a therapeutic setting and daily life in the home. That's why St. David's Center for Child and Family Development offers them in-home support. Practitioners and graduate-level interns help families build skills, as well as ensure that day treatment goals transfer to the home setting.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help provide this exceptional support for a family living with autism. Thank you!

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