From Tia’s Point of View
A post from one of our students! Before the program I was quite a loner ever since preschool back in Minnesota. I didn’t know I was autistic until I was in middle school. I thought I was placed in the Special Classes because I was way far behind from the other students. Though according to some documents, I found I was diagnosed with autism ever since preschool. The teachers found my behavior matched exactly with an autistic child. For example, I needed my name to be called, about three times, stuff like that. I don’t know if my parents hid that I was autistic, but I don’t ever
A NextWork Student Post My Journey started when I found out that I had ADHD, then later down the road I was diagnosed with Intelectual Disabled (ID). But with all of these diagnoses, I didn’t really know who or what I was I didn’t know were I belong to. Most of my life had been a struggle for me. I had a hard time trying to fit in with any social crowd. I felt like I didn’t fit in with most of the groups in school and even as an adult, but still I process by trying my best. Even with my struggles, I was really fortunate to
National Ability Center
Archery and Cycling in May! To register, download this form, fill it out, and send it to awadsworth@amywadsworth We will contact you for payment.
Spring Activity Schedule
Here is our activity schedule for April, may and June. If you have any questions, contact staff mentioned below. Email is best! Activities in the community that have a fee–participants will pay their own way to these events. Go to this link to register for autcon in May–this is located at ScenicView Academy in Provo, UT. https://www.svacademy.org/autcon.html