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AHSS in the News

AHSS In the News

  • From Fear to Hope:  The Case for Early Diagnosis (Autism Mom) — “You can’t stop worrying about your toddler. He’s two years old, but doesn’t usually respond to his name. Every toddler has tantrums, but your son’s are epic and can be caused by something as simple as having lunch early.” Continue reading>
  • Take me out to a ballgame! (Chicago Parent Magazine) — “Everyone should get to have a great summer day watching America’s pastime. But when you have sensory issues, that’s not always so simple. To help, Northbrook-based Autism Home Support Services & the Schaumburg Boomers are unveiling two quiet rooms where parents can take kids with sensory issues when they become overwhelmed by the game.” Continue reading>
  • Recognizing Autism Awareness Month (Northbrook Tower) — “The Tower caught up with Laura Bonfante, a board certified behavior analyst with Northbrook-based Autism Home Support Services, and Shelly Andrews, the organization’s marketing director, to learn more about autism.” Continue reading>
  • Boost Your Knowledge About Autism (Daily Herald) — “April is Autism Awareness Month. Erica Pozzie, chief clinical officer for Autism Home Support Services, answers some common questions concerning autism.” Continue reading> 
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