Archives: Testimonials

Matthew Quick

My name is Matthew Quick and I’m 16 years old with Autism.  My family and I moved from Georgia almost three years ago and I lost all my friends I had in Georgia since I was very small.   The first year in Virginia was really hard on me and my family.  My mom called …

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Chele Brandon

The Autism Society has been extremely helpful to me in helping navigate IEPs and understanding the Medicaid Waivers.

Cheryl H. Curbeam

As a parent, the ASCV helped me understand and accept my child’s diagnosis. They provided a resource list of therapists and doctors that helped us in our journey post-diagnosis. I learned parent strategies through the many workshops that were sponsored by ASCV. The workshop speakers were all knowledgeable and experts in their field. I appreciated …

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Mary Driebe

The Autism Society of Central Virginia has provided our family with well researched and current information regarding strategies to supporting our child, medical advances, nutritional guidelines, problems and solutions to anticipate and most importantly an outlet to express our bittersweet journeys. We celebrate, anguish, reflect, deliberate and then make inroads together. Bradford Hulcher is an …

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Shawn Kirk

The Autism Society has given me real friends for the first time in my life. It has given me the courage to take charge of my life in ways that I never thought would be possible. If it were not for the help and support from the Autism Society I would not be the person …

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Eric Jenkins

ASACV’s collective knowledge has presented numerous opportunities for our son and family.  They have allowed our family to establish relationships that will benefit us for a life time.

Ken Yasnowsky

The Autism Society (Central VA Chapter) has been helpful to me, my wife Paige, and my son in many ways: Provided useful books, DVDs, and CDs for loan through the chapter library; Set up meetings on important topics such as IEPs, Transition, Behavior issues, ID/DD Waivers, and many more.  Not only has the material been …

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Christy Evanko

As a parent of a child with ASD, I have found the ASCV to be a terrific resource. There is so much available and so many activities going on, but it’s difficult to navigate all of the services. The ASCV puts together wonderful events and keeps me up to date on all that is going …

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