When Tyce first started at Cornerstone in November 2012, he had a limited vocabulary. He would mostly just repeat what you told him to say. He couldn’t tell us what he wanted or needed, he made little to no eye contact, and he was delayed in several areas. We thought we’d never know our son’s personality, his likes and dislikes, his favorite colors, foods or activities.
Today our little hero can tell us anything! Not only is he using words, but he is using full sentences, knows what things are and how they work, loves drawing and coloring, and is fascinated by any and all animals. Tyce will be five in December and he can identify most of his letters (he struggles with M, N and V), identifies numbers 1-12, and picks up on things so quickly. We have recommended Cornerstone to several people and will continue to do so because they have taught our family how to live with autism. They have shown us a side of our son that we thought we’d never know and taught him things we feared he’d never be able to accomplish. Cornerstone has given our family the tools we need to help Tyce succeed in anything he puts his mind to!
September 12, 2014, Morgan McClellan