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Our Programs

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Who we help:

We help families whose children may have, or are suspected of having a disability, this may include one or more of the following:

  • Developmental Disability

    Autism, Down Syndrome, Intellectual Disability, Speech and Language Delays

  • Medical/Health Issue

    Cerebral Palsy, Asthma, Diabetes, Premature birth

  • Behavioral Need

    ADD/ADHD, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar Disorder

  • Learning Disability

    Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder, Non Verbal Language Processing Disorder

  • Physical Impairment

    Spina Bifida, Visual Impairments, Blindness, Deafness

We operate these programs:

Early Intervention

For parents of children ages birth to three years, who have been diagnosed with, or are at risk for developing a disability or healthcare need.

  • Ages and Stages Developmental Screening (for children 0-5)
  • Referral and coordination for Developmental Assessments
  • In-home visits
  • Parent/infant play groups
  • Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) assistance
  • Transition to preschool planning
  • Triple P ® - individual Positive Parenting Problem sessions
Behavioral Health Services

For parents of children with challenging behaviors or involved in the Juvenile Justice System.

  • Referrals for services
  • Assistance with support plans in school
  •  Triple P ® Parenting Classes, for parents of newborns to age 12
  •  Assistance with suspension or expulsions when a disability is suspected
Healthcare Navigation Services

For parents of children and youth ages 0-22 with disabilities, significant medical or healthcare needs.

  • Healthcare application assistance
  • Assistance with navigating California Children's Services/Medical Therapy Unit, Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, Kaiser and other health insurance plans
  • Assistance communicating with your child's medical team
  • Health literacy classes
  • Help organizing your child's medical information
  • Parent Peer Support Groups
Family Stability Project

For families of children with special needs who feel isolated or are struggling to make ends meet.

  • Referrals to local safety net services, including housing, food and transportation
  • Public Benefits application assistance
  • Parent to Parent matches
  • Disability Specific Peer Support Groups
  • Individualized research and information regarding a particular disability or condition
Parent Leadership Training

For parents who want to give back, engage with the community and create change.

  • Parent-to-Parent mentor 
  • Parent-to-Ambassador training
  • Changing the Future: Leadership Training
  • Volunteer opportunities

Mental Health Services

For parents of children and youth 3-18 with emotional and mental health challenges.

  • Referrals to Mental Health services
  • Family support in wraparound services
  • Assistance with school-based Behavioral Support Plans
  • Parent Peer Support Groups

Education Services

  • For parents of children ages 3-22 with learning challenges and education/special education needs.
  • Assistance with requesting Special Education assessments
  • Individual Education Plan (IEP) planning
  • Special education workshops
  • IEP preparation clinics
  • Assistance with 504 Plans/Student Study Teams
  • Assistance communicating with your child's Education Team

Transition to Adult Life

For parents of youths ages 16 and older, preparing for their child's life as an adult.

  • Individual Transition Planning consultations and meeting preparation
  • Workshops on transition issues
  • Referrals to transition programs and services