Double Trouble: Olivia and Samantha
After nine years, my son, Connor, finally got his most desired wish: a sibling. In this case, he got two- twin sisters. Olivia and Samantha were born healthy at... click here to read more.
A Family's Story: Pierce
My son Pierce was a wonderful baby. He cried little, smiled often and slept well. His big personality and determination to succeed was evident from...click here to read more.
Finding A Voice: Adore's Story
As an infant, Adoré was what most people liked to call a “good baby.” She was quiet, wasn’t fussy and didn’t cry too often. Little did I know, these were signs of news to come... click to read more.
Preparing for the Unexpected: Semaj's Story
I believe that the Center has changed Semaj’s life for the better. They have helped with his development by providing the appropriate stimulation and have assisted my family with providing us the resources and programs to further enhance the skills he has learned... click to read the full story.
Struggle & Triumph: Brett's Story
His success may seem like small accomplishments, but for Brett these are great strides. He has learned so much in such a short period at the Center, and so have we... click here to read more.
"Tariq continued to be hard to manage at school and at home. He would not sit still. His batteries never seemed to need recharging. It wasn't until he nearly was six years old that I could accept his placement at The Center for Autism. There he was exposed to a developmental approach and I was fortunate to meet Doctor Bert Ruttenberg, a child psychiatrist who had spent the last 45 years working with children with autism. He and his amazing staff loved my boy like he was their own. They celebrated every little step he made."
- Robert Naseef, author of
Special Children, Challenged Parents
Brookes Publishing Company, 2001