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According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 5.5 million children—or eight percent of kids—in the U.S. have some form of disability. If someone you know is one of them, we can help.

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An Adult

Our passionate and knowledgeable staff, scope of services, and wonderful facilities make us a leader in providing services to the one in five adults in the U.S. living with disabilities.

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You are here because you care.

Whether your loved one’s challenge is physical, behavioral, or emotional, they are likely struggling to communicate, learn, and relate to others. But they deserve to feel connected and loved and to be offered opportunities to grow and improve their quality of life. It is our goal to support you in making the necessary decisions related to their care. You deserve peace of mind.

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Through His Eyes: Natural and Logical Consequences at Home

A father struggles with having his son, who has behavioral issues, understand the consequences of his actions. After a visit with a behavioral counselor, he learns about behavioral strategies, and also finds a window into his son’s world that allows him to better see and understand his perspective.

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Parents of Special Needs Children Need to Ask Tough Financial Questions

Many parents of kids with special needs are so busy planning for the present that they neglect to plan for their child's financial future. But the best time to take a look at this is as soon as you know your child will need additional care. Find out some of the hard questions they should answer as they plan for the future.

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Navigating “The Cliff”: When Your Child with Autism Grows Up

When a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder grows up they are faced with new challenges. Learn more about how you can navigate through these and obtain your child's bright future.

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