Whether you are just getting started in your journey or are looking for some additional support after years of being diagnosed, I am here to help.
Special Needs and Disabilities
I know what it is like to feel overwhelmed, scared, and alone after getting a diagnosis for your child. A caseworker may send you a list of providers that can help, but identifying the right one is like finding a needle in a haystack. Just because a provider offers a service doesn’t mean they are the right fit for your child and your family. You are left with information overload and no idea where to begin.
I can help, because I understand. I’ve been in your place. When my son was diagnosed with autism, I was given a long list of providers but I had no way of knowing which ones were good and which ones I should avoid. I didn’t know who to call first. There were many programs my caseworker didn’t tell me about. Because I didn’t know about these programs, we missed out on some support and opportunities that could have been very helpful. I needed someone to hold my hand. That is what I am going to do for you.
We can help you navigate:
As the parent of an autisic son, I understand what it is like to feel overwhelmed, alone and lost after receiving a special needs diagnosis. It’s an emotional and logistically difficult path and families shouldn’t have to go it alone. I’m here to make your life easier and to give you the benefit of what I’ve learned along the way.
Special Needs / Disabilities
When you find out your child has a disability, it can be hard to know where to start. You’re faced with tough decisions, like choosing a provider and figuring out how to pay for everything. That’s where I come in. I want to help make your life just a little easier by doing the research for you. I can help you find the right providers and point you to state, federal and private programs that may provide additional support.