Each one of us is unique and our needs change over time. As your needs evolve, we can identify a path that provides structure and peace of mind. For example:
- A New Diagnosis - A surprise diagnosis can have a life-changing impact. Begin to understand what that means and how to become a proactive advocate.
- Schools, beyond the IEP - For parents of students with learning disabilities, working with teachers and schools can be very frustrating. While there are tools and resources to help develop an effective individual education plan, sometimes success requires engagement at different levels.
- Obtaining Help & Services - Martyrdom is not sexy and there's nothing wrong in seeking help. Natural and structured support systems, including those provided by the state, can significantly improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families.
- Managing the Professionals - Doctors, lawyers, investment advisors, service providers, and life-plan specialists, the disability industrial complex is awash with experts. Interviewing and hiring the right one for your unique needs is vitally important for your long-term satisfaction.
A passion to serve and help others succeed
We have been privileged to help many people and families develop solutions unique for them on a wide range of disability issues, such as:
- Securing services they never knew existed
- Exploring job training, day habilitation, or residential options
- Evaluating medical options
- Working with teachers and school administrators
- Handling rivalries between siblings with and without disabilities
- Legislative and system advocacy