November 2018 Newsletter

Happy Thanksgiving from West Georgia Autism Foundation!

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“ This is my beloved son, with whom I am well pleased” - Matthew 3:17

Meet Harry and Becky Nelson, Treasurer and Secretary (Respectively) of WGAF as they share their journey with Autism and WGAF.

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October 2018 Newsletter

OCTOBER NEWSLETTER FROM THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

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Discovering Hope by Setting Aside Pride

Scott Jones, Vice President of WGAF, shares what led him to be apart of the foundation and his passion for autism awareness.

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WGAF September 2018 Newsletter

SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER FROM THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

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MY FIRST BORN CHANGED A STUBBORN AND JUDGMENTAL MAN

Get to know Jason and his story being introduced to autism. His story led him to start West Georgia Autism Foundation, which is now a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

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August 2018 Newsletter

AUGUST NEWSLETTER FROM THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

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JULY NEWSLETTER FROM THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

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When you meet someone with autism, you have met one person with autism. There is no cookie cutter for autism. They see and learn things differently than what society considers normal… but haven’t we also learned to think outside the box?

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May 2018 Newsletter

MAY NEWSLETTER FROM THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

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Team up with WGAF and join us at the Autism Speaks Walk on April 29.

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April 2018 Newsletter

APRIL NEWSLETTER FROM THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

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Become an Autism Warrior

April is Autism Awareness Month

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JODI & ABBY CARLTON INTERVIEW ON WLBB NEWS TALK RADIO

Jodi & Abby Carlton of The West Georgia Autism Foundation joined us this morning on Newstalk 1330 WLBB

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HOLIDAY HOPE FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN

By: Scott Jones.

Is it just me or does the Christmas music start earlier each year? The moment I hear the first song, I begin to focus on the holidays. In general, that means time off from work, kids home from school, and reuniting with family members.

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UPDATE: WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

By: Jason Swindle.

In July, I wrote a column concerning the founding of the West Georgia Autism Foundation.
Since then, there have been vital developments that have to be made public. Before I proceed, a few of you could marvel why this column, WGAF, or autism in our group is even necessary. Most households would not have autistic youngsters. Why ought to anybody care? Here are some of the reasons why we should take notice:

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WGAF - GIVING HOPE

A new foundation breaks down borders for the beautiful minds of West Georgia.

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THE WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

This is a true story.
For the past few months, there has been a “tugging” from the inside to initiate something that I never thought of or believed would gather much interest.

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