Services for Families

For Families:

  • Provide consultation
  • Facilitate virtual parent/family support groups
  • Develop and provide webinars and trainings
  • Disseminate information and resources on local, state, and national disability supports

For public school students with disabilities in grades K-12:

  • Mentoring for postsecondary transition planning and self-determination
  • Facilitate virtual student peer groups
  • Conduct screenings, evaluations, and assessments in the areas of Educational and Functional academics, Transition, and Functional Behavior

For Communities:

  • Deliver professional development, trainings, and seminars for community service agencies
  • Serve on various interagency councils
  • Host, facilitate, or support district and regional transition conferences, disability awareness events, and health/wellness fairs
  • Disseminate information and resources on local, state, and national disability supports

What we do not do:

  • Serve as members of the IEP development team
  • Serve the role of professional advocate
  • Participate in performance evaluations of school personnel
  • Provide ongoing direct therapy services