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Shockwaves of Acceptance – Ann and Tyler Horton

Send Shockwaves of Acceptance “Why do you care? He’s too retarded to do anything about it anyway.” The freckled face that stared back at me was adorned with a smug look. The look of a winner. The look of someone who knows but does not understand. A person who realizes but refuses to accept. I […]


Happy “AUSOME” Mother’s Day!

We Love YOU to Pieces. Counselor. Coach. Chef. Chauffeur. Hero. Nurse. Teacher. First my mother, forever my friend. Home is where MOM is, and the love begins. We appreciate, applaud, and forever love YOU! Everyone loves a good story. We love to see a great movie. We love a good dinner, good conversation, a good […]


H.O.P.E.F.U.L

WE ARE IN YOUR CORNER!! COVID-19: Top 7 Support Tips for Parents Raising Children on the Autism Spectrum H.O.P.E.F.U.L. These are unique and challenging times, but we are in this together. Under typical circumstances, our lives can be chaotic and stressful. Given the uncertainty of the virus, we face new, additional challenges that require us […]


Halloween Tips

DIY Photos Compliments of www.healthymummy.com       Halloween is an exciting holiday for children, but it may offer certain challenges for children with autism spectrum disorders. Preparation and planning can help you stay stress-free. Whether this is your child’s first Halloween or not, here are some ideas to help you and your child enjoy […]


Reflections-My Special Needs Son’s 22nd Birthday

My son, Eric, recently turned 22 years old and as always, his birthday is a definitive celebration of life as well as a mixed bag of emotions.  Some birthdays, of course, like the milestones, affect me more than others but they are all extra meaningful. You see, Eric was born at 26 weeks, weighed 1.3 […]


We Never Gave Up

by Victoria, Fort Bend High School Student & Miss Teen America contestant I have spent my life battling dyslexia, autism, dysgraphia, sensory processing disorder, ADD/ADHD, developmental vision, and multiple other known learning disorders. I believe students can overcome disabilities without having to bang their heads against a table for someone to listen. I am writing […]


Sisterly Advice

 3 Tips for Living with a Sibling with Autism High School Freshmen, Leah Sterling, has grown up with an older brother who is on the autism spectrum. Leah offers some sisterly advice and tips on living with a sibling with autism 1. Be vigilant It’s always important to be aware of how your siblings reacts […]


Social Stories and Information for an Autism Friendly Space Center Houston Trip

Space Center Houston is recognized as a Certified Autism Center by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards. On Monday August 6, the center opens its doors to Hope For Three families for an exciting day of learning, exploration, and fun!  As of the posting of this blog, there are still a very […]


Safe Swimming Saves Lives! Free Family Swim Safety Skills Day June 24th

Water safety is important in everyone’s lives.  However, in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD or autism), it is crucial.  Many individuals with ASD are drawn to water, some of which are unable to understand the dangers associated with it.   Accidental drowning is accountable for 91% of all fatalities in children with autism under the […]


Hope For Three Honoring Fathers of Children with Autism With Facebook Campaign over Father’s Day Weekend

Hope For Three Autism Advocates will honor phenomenal fathers over Father’s Day weekend, June 16th & 17th, by posting inspirational stories, quotes, and pictures of Fort Bend fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). “Guy is a loving father and has been there for everything” says Dana Walker.  The Walker’s have two children, one […]