I just found out that we are eligibile for the Gardiner Scholarship. This is something I have thought about but never been in the right place educationally to apply and follow through with changing from the McKay to the Gardiner. My primary reason for switching is money. Unfortunely for many people with children with special … Continue reading Going to Gardiner
Do you have a child that needs money for a specialized school? Many states have scholarships for children with special needs or families with low income. I always thought my kids would all go to the same school and that that school would be our zoned public school. My husband and I both attended public … Continue reading need money for school?
I've been pretty quiet this summer because I'm been much more reflective of the level of growth from my son. Although, we have our moments of struggle where we really see autism; we have seen so much growth. I've had moments in the past when I thought that my son may not every talk to … Continue reading Growing Up Fast
There is a saying in education. OH, are you one of those public school teachers that puts their kid in private school?! Truth is.... Absolutely, I would and I did. I am a public school teacher that will put her children in any school or program that meets their needs. Yes, I have placed my son … Continue reading Teacher Truth, Mom Truth
Happy New Year! Now, that 2018 has begun now is a great time to start researching and applying for grants for your child with autism or other diagnosis. We want more money, more services and better care for our children with autism in 2018! I have researched the following grants and foundations. Some I did … Continue reading Grant Money Opportunities
In a recent Sunday paper from the Tampa Bay Times, I came across an article titled "By age 3, rich kids attend school; poor kids stay with grandparent". I only saw the article because I was looking at the picture of the dinosaur bones on that page because my daughter was so excited about Dinosaur … Continue reading Access to Early Education
I have read articles from other autism parents that describe the cost of care for their child. Some parents even joke that their child with autism is their million dollar child. That got me thinking about my own finances and my own child. I have for years maxed out our health insurance on doctors appointments … Continue reading The Investment in Autism Treatment