(Strong Mothers Altering Autism’s Reality Together)
Once again I called a head and informed Home Depot (Lees) of Dustin’s age and that he had autism. The age range for the kids shop is 5-12. Of course Dustin is 18 now, but still has the mind of 5 or 6yr old. Just like the Home Depot in Deland ,the lady there was just as sweet & understanding . She immediately said that it was not a problem. She also thought it was great that I was wanting to bring him to the workshop:) He may not be in school any longer, but that doesn’t mean I will stop trying to teach him something new and to continue working on his social skills. (FYI) The Kids Workshops are FREE , but you do have to register (online/ in person). Maybe this Home Depot isn’t near you, if that’s the case I still want to encourage you to contact a store near you. Check it out online or the next time you might be in a local Home Depot near you. Check out their Kids Workshops to see their calendar dates and bring your special son/daughter 🙂 Dustin Absolutely enjoys going and even more the Achievement Certificate & Pin he earns afterwards! It really makes him feel good, but don’t take my word for it….. “Seeing Is Believing!” Until Next Time S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms! BIG HUGS 🙂
P.S. If you are Maggie or Karen from today’s workshop?
I just want to say Thank You, Thank You, & BIG ,BIG, HUGS!
We couldn’t have felt more welcomed & we truly appreciate that:)
“S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms Don’t Just Roar.
We ROAR, FLAP, AND JUMP!”