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Autism Spectrum Disorder

A Multidisciplinary Approach To Helping Your Child

Please view this video first.

This first segment of this Education Series, “A Multi-Disciplined Approach to Helping Your Child” provides an overview of FHC’s multi-disciplined approach to helping your child with any developmental challenges. We recommend viewing this video prior to accessing the specific topics in this series that include the answers to the questions most parents ask, and specific topics on autism, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, Down syndrome, dyslexia, epilepsy and issues with your adopted child.

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Your Child and Autism

Part of the Family Hope Center’s Education Series to help parents of children diagnosed with neurological difficulties understand and identify the root causes of their child’s challenges, and provide information on the particular symptoms presented by children diagnosed with autism  or other diagnoses on the spectrum.

Answers About Your Child

Part of the Family Hope Center’s Education Series to help parents of children diagnosed with neurological difficulties understand and identify the root causes of their child’s challenges, and provide information on the particular symptoms presented by children diagnosed with ADD, ADHD or other diagnoses on the spectrum.

It’s Changed Sigrid’s Life.

At about 10 months old, happy, normal Sigrid suddenly became unresponsive to her surroundings, began having seizures and cried constantly. Doctors diagnosed epilepsy and prescribed medications which made Sigrid even worse. Told she would likely never walk or talk again, parents Jacob and Karina found The Family Hope Center and attended their Parent Training Conference in Philadelphia. Now 5-1/2 years old and off all meds, she reads, writes, sings, dances, and is “a very happy girl”.

Benjamin Blooms Again!

Benjamin’s Mom and Dad, Abe and Molly, follow up on Ben’s progress since their last visit to FHC.

Before attending the Parent Training Program, Molly said, “He was never going to be independent” and Abe adds, “After 9 years of getting services and medication, it was going the wrong way. Instead of getting better, he was getting progressively worse. We were settling in to what life was going to be like. This has changed our life forever. ”

Caleb’s Taking Off!

Parents Renée and George, an internal medicine doctor who works for the U.S. Army’s Surgeon General’s Office, heard about the Family Hope Center from a deputy who had taken the 3 day Parent Training Conference and had impressive success with their child’s improvement. They brought their son to the Family Hope Center.