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Autism Hope Alliance E-Newsletter
August 03, 2017 03:48 PM PDT
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The Autism Hope Alliance embodies hope for families facing the diagnosis of Autism through education, financial support and volunteerism. The Autism Hope Alliance is the first non-profit foundation for Autism to emerge from the natural foods industry.

AHA has helped over 30,000 families since 2008 by means of the generous support of our partnerships. Please take a look at some of our #AHAMoments

The Gift of Hope
Provides families at a reduced or no cost, supplements and nutritional resources for a year.

Autism Pantry Program
Introduces families to special foods, supplements, books, cleaners, toys and other crucial supplies.

All donations are from Natural Products companies and the Autism community. These donations are given to families through conferences AHA attend and through AHA social media giveaways. To date over $500k in retail has been given to families nationwide.

Pamper Me Pantry Program
A premium subscription box that provides high quality products ranging from a wide variety of items such as but not limited to: beauty products, GFCF snacks, supplements and the list goes on. The box is filled with full size products and a handful of gift samples. All proceeds raised will help families with Autism.

Please visit www.autismhopealliance.org for more information and resources for your family.

Autism Hope Alliance E-Newsletter
August 03, 2017 03:47 PM PDT
itunes pic

The Autism Hope Alliance embodies hope for families facing the diagnosis of Autism through education, financial support and volunteerism. The Autism Hope Alliance is the first non-profit foundation for Autism to emerge from the natural foods industry.

AHA has helped over 30,000 families since 2008 by means of the generous support of our partnerships. Please take a look at some of our #AHAMoments

The Gift of Hope
Provides families at a reduced or no cost, supplements and nutritional resources for a year.

Autism Pantry Program
Introduces families to special foods, supplements, books, cleaners, toys and other crucial supplies.

All donations are from Natural Products companies and the Autism community. These donations are given to families through conferences AHA attend and through AHA social media giveaways. To date over $500k in retail has been given to families nationwide.

Pamper Me Pantry Program
A premium subscription box that provides high quality products ranging from a wide variety of items such as but not limited to: beauty products, GFCF snacks, supplements and the list goes on. The box is filled with full size products and a handful of gift samples. All proceeds raised will help families with Autism.

Please visit www.autismhopealliance.org for more information and resources for your family.

Autism Hope Alliance Newsletter - April Autism Awareness Month
April 03, 2017 04:31 PM PDT
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The latest news about Autism Hope Alliance!

www.autismhopealliance.org

I feel guilty to take any Me time
February 13, 2017 07:14 AM PST
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Picky Eaters
February 10, 2017 06:19 AM PST
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Top Medical Issues for Teens
February 09, 2017 10:30 AM PST
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What to do when my child is past the cute phase and is now an adolescent.
February 06, 2017 07:15 AM PST
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How to document your child's progress
February 03, 2017 08:49 AM PST
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Discussing various testing modalities and ways to document your Childs progress.

Autism Hope Alliance E-Newsletter December 2016
December 22, 2016 03:08 PM PST
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Autism Hope Alliance Newsletter, catch up on all our recent highlights and news!

Tips for Conferences
August 29, 2016 12:09 PM PDT
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TIPS FOR CONFERENCES
Tip: the parent who is learning is making progress. The parent connected to their community is CONNECTED!

Why go
1) Learn from speakers, learn from the exhibit hall
2) More science in treatments since 2005 then all previous years combined
3) Meeting other parents
4) Talk to the resources that could help – before your fly and travel – interview (HUGE time savings)
Why NOT to go
1) Same speakers/topics
2) Something more interesting to you and won’t help your child
3) Because you need a break – take a real break. Immersion in autism 24/7 may not be the best strategy

How to get there
1) ROAD TRIP!
2) Frequent flier miles from family and friends
3) Scholarships
4) Work it baby
5) Share a room with a friend
What to bring
1) Your child’s medical & academic records
2) Get ready to go back to school – LAPTOP or tablet is better for notes.
3) The conference schedule – highlight must to sees (if you don’t know get a mentor so you can see the most important speakers for your child – NOT the latest and greatest)
If you are alone
1) Take the time to get more rest!!
2) Get to the TACA Mentor area – they will befriend you
3) Ask the organizer if there is anyone from your state – make it your mission to find them
What to do AFTER
1) Prioritize what you heard to discuss with your child’s team (doctor, therapists)
2) Make a list
3) Plan your steps –
4) I cannot afford all of this!! Revisit WHO PAYS FOR WHAT on TACA’s website

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