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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 […]


Kroger Community Rewards

Did you know you can support children with autism by making a purchase at Kroger? It’s easy as  1-2-3: Obtain a Kroger Plus Card at the customer service desk of any Kroger store. If you already have one, use your current card. Register your Kroger Plus Card online at: Kroger.com/communityrewards by clicking on ENROLL NOW, or sign […]


Senior on the Spectrum: Meet Christy

Summer is the time for new beginnings as high school seniors transition from structured school-life to adulthood.  With over 3,000 students diagnosed with autism in Fort Bend public schools, many are graduating having travelled a longer, or different road, but with the same hopes and dreams everyone else has. Christy, 18 years old, is a […]


Explore Abilities Day at Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center

Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center is hosting Explore Abilities Days on June 12, July 10, and August 14th! Explore Abilities Day is a NEW exclusive event for children with learning differences and their families. Visiting families can enjoy the entire Museum at their own pace and also participate in the special activities of the day. […]


A New Report from the Centers for Disease Control Suggests an Increase in Autism Prevalence

Autism Spectrum Disorder (also called ASD or autism) is a range of conditions which is typically characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and non-verbal communication, and unique strengths and differences.  There is no known cause or cure for ASD. This new report indicates 1 in 59 children in the United States have […]


Hit a Grand Slam by Supporting a Family at
“Strike Out” Autism

Having a child with autism, and without, can bring unique challenges. A parent attending “Strike Out” said, “…One of the most difficult and challenging things about having a child on the spectrum is siblings. The disconnect that happens between them, the potential for resentment because I have to leave places every time their sister has […]


March 24th H.O.P.E (Helping Our Parents Excel) Resource Guide

April 2, 2018 – On March 24th, Hope For Three Teen Huddle hosted H.O.P.E (Helping Our Parents Excel) conference. This conference featured four speakers with topics including: special education, the ARD process in public schools, Medicaid waiver, and transitions from high school to college.  Here is the list of the resources referenced during the presentations: Karri […]


Flying High with Teen Huddle!

Everyone was flying high with happiness at a Sibling Session on March 3, where Teen Huddle volunteers brought siblings of children on the autistic spectrum out to the annual Sugar Land Kite Festival. They helped the kids construct kites to fly on their own and created chalk art masterpieces. It was a day filled with […]


Hope For Three Welcomes March with Three Community Events

The “Power of Three” is strong on March 3rd, as Hope For Three joins three great events in Fort Bend County! First, the Teen Huddle hosts Sibling Sessions at the Sugar Land Cultural Kite Festival at Brazos River Park, from 9:00 am to Noon.  Free games, crafts, and kite flying for siblings of children on […]


Hope For Three Jigsaw Puzzle Competition

Hope For Three hosted their First Annual Jigsaw Puzzle Competition on January 20, 2018. The puzzle piece is recognized as the symbol for autism.  Since every puzzle piece is different, a puzzle piece accurately represents the diversity of indviduals with  autism spectrum disorder. Teams from all over Fort Bend County got together and assembled 500 […]