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AHSS’s 2015 Core Values Award Winners

AHSS’s 2015 Core Values Award Winners

We take pride in embodying Our Core Values every day here at AHSS. But once a year, we like to highlight those we felt went the most above and beyond in doing so. We collect nominations from everyone in the company and the winners are presented with the awards at our annual holiday party. With over 150 nominations submitted, it’s no exaggeration to say we’re all winners.

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These Moments – Why We Do What We Do

These Moments – Why We Do What We Do

For the past two years I’ve been helping to care for my parents. There have been some very difficult moments for me emotionally as I’ve faced their illnesses. During one of my mom’s more serious hospital stays, I was seriously emotionally drained. You may wonder why I was still going to sessions at such a time, but it’s a simple answer. My kiddos kept me going at a time when I needed them most.

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How to Make Kids on the Spectrum Feel Included

How to Make Kids on the Spectrum Feel Included Most people have good intentions when they try to include autistic individuals in their social interactions and conversations. However, sometimes they may unintentionally say or do things that draw attention to the autistic person’s tics and cause embarrassment.... Read More
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