Category Archives: Mission Possible

We’re One Big Family

Ethan

Today we’d like to recognize Ethan, a child that was diagnosed with autism at age two and has been a member of the #CARDFamily since 2005. Since his diagnosis and treatment for autism spectrum disorder, we’ve had the privilege of being a part of Ethan’s growth and development.

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Maddy – Mission Possible – Portrait of Hope

Mission Possible

This is the story of Maddy and her amazing story of progress through autism with the help of her dedicated and loving parents and SkillsĀ®, an online autism treatment program. Maddy wasn’t fortunate enough to live anywhere near a CARD treatment center, so her family enlisted the help of Skills – an online program for the treatment of autism. Skills allowed Maddy to benefit from access to a world-class web-based system for designing and managing a professional-quality autism treatment plan with the added benefit of live support via webchat or the Skills online support center. Watch this video, and see for yourself firsthand how Skills made a difference in Maddy’s life.

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Mission Possible: portrait of hope – Riley

Riley

He receives 40 hours a week of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy (home services and school shadowing) from CARD.

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Ethan – Mission Possible – Portrait of Hope

Ethan

This is the story of Ethan and his journey through autism with the help of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD).

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Mission Possible: portraits of hope – AJ

Mission Possible

This is the story of AJ and how he and his family tackled a diagnosis of autism with the help of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD).

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Mission Possible – portrait of hope – Justin

Here is the story of Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) Justin. As he and his family battled and overcame an autism diagnosis.

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