An initial meeting or continuous meetings to determine the need for programs and services related to a child/adults’ learning disability with their parents, caregivers, and conservators.
Coordination of Care
Meeting and working with parents/caregivers, school personnel, health providers and other professionals to share treatment plans and align goals.
Helping guide families and their children with ASD and learning disabilities through their journey with regional centers, school districts, health insurances/medical doctors, and generic resources.
Assessing and reporting on the need to start and/or continuation of services/therapy like ABA, Adaptive Skills/DIR, Supported Living Services, Independent Living Skills, and more.
Representing clients at regional center IPPs, school IEPs, articulation for health insurances/medical providers, Fair Hearing, and more in the best interest of the child/adult with special needs.
Education and Training
Education and training for parents, teachers, staff and professionals looking for more information and best practices on how to treat a child/adult with a learning disability.
Referrals to a trusted network of quality and professional doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, programs, services, and therapists related to the learning disabilities of a child/adult.
Helping families set up 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations, events and fundraisers for their children on the spectrum or with a learning disability, and to raise awareness on mental/behavioral health.
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