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Buying a Home with a Child on the Autism Spectrum Category

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Stepping off the ROLLER COASTER RIDE NOW....   A very special congratulations to Frances, Russ, and Russell. There is nothing like buying or selling a home.  Some say that the stress levels are compared to death and/or divorce.  But, Frances and Russell made it!  They got to get off the ride and open the door to their new home in Virginia Beach TODAY. We wish them many, many years of happiness in their new home - Much, Much Love and Many, Many Thanks!!! XOXO Closing Day!  Grab Your Photos Here ;-) Must Read Related Posts:  IEP Help: Moving with a child on the Autism Spec

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I LOVE MY JOB. I love helping people buy homes. I love helping people sell homes. I ALSO love working with other families who have kids on the Autism Spectrum.  My mom and I get it.  We get the roller coaster of real estate itself. She has been a Realtor for 30 years and I have been a mother of two children with different kinds of abilities for 12 years and an agent for 7 years. We understand families with kids on the Autism Spectrum because my youngest is on it too and we have helped 100's of fam

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Buying a Home with a Child on the Autism Spectrum? Schools are always important to a family with a child with Autism. When searching, many of our buyers stick to Chesapeake or Virginia Beach.  Greatschools.org is a great place to start. Even better, Join Spectrum Parents and ask local parents specific questions about elementary, middle or high schools. Different cities offer different programs for kids on the Autism Spectrum. Call the schools ahead of time, send them your child's IEP and ask what schools are most appropriate.  Then, search by schools. Areas are next in line. Virginia Be

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