It takes a village...and Imagine A Way is proud to share our families' stories and additional resources in the Imagine A Way Resource Blog. Interested in submitting a post? Let us know at email@example.com.
My name is Bruce. Well it’s not really. I changed it for the purpose of a false sense of anonymity it might give my family and I. I’m not sure where or how to start this other than to tell you a brief summary of my life up until the birth of my son Peter.
(Again not his real name, though my wife did like that name as well.)
I was born to overwhelmed parents as the seventh of nine children, seven boys and two girls. Not at all relevant most people just find that fact interesting. I had a strict religious upbringing and was by far the most misbehaved
and rebellious of the group. I was bright and did well in school when I applied myself. In my twenties my path got lost and I wandered aimlessly with no definite direction as to where my life was headed, nor did I have any idea
that I was lost at all. That was until I met her.
Imagine A Way hosted a webinar to discuss various technologies that can be used when working with a child with autism. Check out the webinar here (LINK to Webinar) for additional information. We decided to outline some of the apps our speaker, Roba Hrisseh mentioned here so you have all the information in one easy spot!
2017 Clay Shoot
2017 Imagine A Way's 6th Annual Gala
Save the Date
October 12, 2017
Stephen F. Austin Hotel, Austin, TX
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