Not so long ago, children would be institutionalized when their behavior exceeded what their parents could handle. They would be sent away from other children and even their own families. In many instances, they suffered from a disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, limited communication skills, persistent repetitive behaviors and even uncontrollable tantrums. Treatment was View More
As Collin Butler walked across the stage at the University of South Carolina’s December graduation, he carried with him the hopes of thousands of parents who dream their children with autism can follow in his footsteps. Collin didn’t feel that weight on his shoulders. He just walked across the stage like all of the other View More
My beautiful wife, Beth, and I are the parents of two teenage children. While no two children are the same, I can tell you from my own experience that there is one tie that binds us all: hope. Hope that our child will, through his or her own drive and our support, be their very View More
While two women in Sumter are touched by their recent win, they are hoping it will lead to help for others. Ann Eldridge, executive director of clinical services for Early Autism Project Inc., and Susan A. Butler, executive director of administrative services, received the 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the View More
Some of the top names in the entrepreneurial game in the southeast were recognized last week. Business services power player, Ernst & Young , chose a handful of compelling operators to honor from companies based in the region. Below are recipients of the Ernst & Young honors in various categories. Deal of the Year: David View More
Thirty-one impressive companies chosen to represent a new, unified Southeast program April 24, 2013 – Ernst & Young LLP today announced the finalists for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2013 Award in the Southeast, which includes Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The prestigious award program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate View More
As of January 2, 2020, all Early Autism Project clinics have officially been transitioned to ChanceLight Autism Services clinics. This page will be replaced with the ChanceLight Autism Services website in February 2020.
Please visit our new website here: autismservices.chancelight.com.