Hey everyone, I hope you’re having a great summer so far.

Things are super-busy here at Equinox Family Consulting, as we prepare for our fall Boot-camps and a year of unprecedented growth in 2018.

Our message of hope is indeed having the desired impact! We’re so excited to watch our Lemons to Lemonade FB Group grow by leaps and bounds and we’re thrilled to have a wonderful and highly-engaged group of ASD Moms who are getting to know one another.

It warms my heart to know that these Moms are feeling supported and welcomed with open arms.

I’ve been working at my cottage over the last week, and I have to say it’s tough to sit at my desk as I see people heading down to the beach with their coolers and towels. It’s lovely to be able to look out the window and see glistening Georgian Bay just a handful of steps away. (I have to say that I’m loving a week all to myself, despite the fact that I’m working!)

Rather than writing an article I’m going to let my FB Live from last week “do the talking.” In this broadcast I share my own personal story of staring down autism. You will hear about the years of hardship my family and I endured, the discovery that my husband is an “Aspie (his term)” and ultimately the sweet taste of victory we enjoyed after a lot of hard work on my end.

It’s important for me to emphasize that autism does not have to be a life sentence. As parents, despite the grim statistics and unspoken message to “step aside” after a diagnosis, we have the power to impact our child’s future. I’ve done it myself, and I believe in my heart and soul that no matter how affected your child is, progress is possible.

Your child’s behaviour can and will improve with the right support, and that’s just the beginning. If you’re like me and refuse to let autism get in the way of your child’s future, you are in the right place!

Learn more about Better Behaviour Bootcamp for mom’s with ASD children

Get a copy of the eguide:  “Making Sense of Autism and Difficult Behaviour”

Join our online community for Mom’s of ASD Kids!

Like our Facebook Page and watch me each Thurs at 2 pm for LIVE Facebook Episodes of “To the Spectrum and Beyond!” where I tackle topics around Autism filled with learning and tips.

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