A Mother’s Journey

Witness Chandra’s journey by clicking the video below.

“It would be a different world for me if  I hadn’t
gotten connected with LOGAN.” ~ Chandra Williams

It’s been a long journey figuring out what really matters in the grand scheme of life. My two sons, Noah and Alex, have helped me do that. And LOGAN has helped me.

Noah is 16 and Alex is 22. Both are on the autism spectrum. Both of my boys are high-functioning, so I see a future of them being self-sufficient, being able to support themselves. What LOGAN has done is to help me to really know that’s a possibility. That’s everything! I used to lie awake at night, thinking, “Oh gosh, I don’t know how this is going to end.” So this feeling of possibility is much better.

Because of LOGAN, I’m not going it alone! Noah and Alex both get Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy once a week in our home with Julia, a Registered Behavior Technician from the LOGAN Autism Center – Southwest Michigan. Julia helped them become more self-sufficient. She’s taught me things I didn’t even know I needed. It’s wonderful to know someone has my back.

There’s this point I’m at now, where I just enjoy the journey! At the end of the day, that’s what matters most.


Give to LOGAN on #GivingTuesday November 27

Please join LOGAN in our #Giving Tuesday campaign so more families like Chandra’s can get the LOGAN services they need. Scroll down to give online on this page. Thank you!

In its seventh year, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season.

For more information on LOGAN and/or Giving Tuesday, please contact: 

Jill Langford
Chief Development Officer
(574) 289-4831