As a parent of a child with special needs, I am constantly advocating for families with special needs children. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development and a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). In addition, I taught in elementary school for over 8 years. I am passionate about this field and will utilize a combination of my professional experience, education and personal experience to ensure your family’s needs are met.
Our agency specializes in helping families achieve high-quality respite care.
On July 16th, join us for a day celebrating inclusion for ALL! This will be a FREE event for the community with 30+ full-inclusive resource vendors, music, food, entertainment, and much more!
WRTS Northridge- Pizza Rev 9420 Reseda Blvd Northridge (Friday October 30th 11:00am-11:00pm)
WRTS Northridge- CPK Fundraiser
9301 Tampa Ave Northridge (Wednesday October 14th 11:00am-9:00pm)
We are open Monday – Sat 9 am – 7pm and Sundays from 10 am to 7pm. Please contact us on the weekends to make sure we are not holding a private event.
Wednesday August 19th- CPK Fundraiser 11:00am-9:00pm
My Brother Rocks The Spectrum Foundation is our 501(c)3 (tax id #46-4393642) non-profit organization that helps families receive the funding they need to participate in our social skills/activity groups, classes, camps and more. This allows children to be able to use the specialized sensory swings and activities WRTS offers. We offer these groups to children and young adults from 2 to 18yrs of age.
Our mission is to provide all children with any ability or disability a place they can build friendships, keep active and learn to use their energy in their bodies in a productive environment. WRTS uses its equipment and activities to integrate children in this environment also through their Open Play. We also receive funding from other state programs like the Regional Center, that provide one to one attendant care and other specialized services required to ensure all children can find the benefits of healthy play.
All funds donated to MBRTS are distributed to all of the WRTS locations Nationwide to complete our mission of giving families a community and, “finally a place where you never have to say I’m sorry.”
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For over a decade, Family Focus Resource Center (FFRC) has been providing parent-to-parent support, education and information to parents and caregivers of children with special needs and the professionals who serve them. They are one of 47 Family Resource Centers and one of 14 Family Empowerment Centers in California. They are a sponsored program of California State University, Northridge.
Some of their services include Parent to Parent Mentoring, Parent Education and Training, IEP/IFSP Services, Parent Support Groups (English & Spanish), Referral to Community Agencies, Lending Library (Books and DVDs), Community Outreach and Education, Monthly Newsletter, and Special Events. They offer a variety of workshops and serve families whose children are eligible for Early Start, Family Empowerment, Prevention Resource & Referral Services (PRRS) and Parent Links (a program to empower parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing infants and toddlers). For more information call the FFRC Santa Clarita office at 661-294-9715, or email them at email@example.com or visit their website at http://familyfocusresourcecenter.org
Therapy in Action is a nationally recognized premier pediatric occupational and physical therapy facility that has been providing services since it was established in 1978. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality, evidence-based therapy and enrichment services for children or adolescents and their families within an open environment of collaboration, communication, and mutual respect.
Therapy in Action therapists are experts in pediatrics with specialty certifications in sensory integration and feeding and provide services to children with difficulties and diagnoses such as Neuro-Muscular and Orthopedic Dysfunction, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Integrative Dysfunction, Sensory Processing Disorder, Self Regulatory Disorder, and other learning and developmental challenges.
Spectrum Nutraceutical was developed to help those with special needs and on the Autism spectrum finally obtain a well nurished and well balanced lifestyle through nutritional supplements. Our products are odorless, tasteless and come in powder and liquid form.
Our Essential Nutrients (multi vitamin) are designed to give all the daily nutrition needed for individuals with Autism. Fortified with amino acids, antioxidants, probiotics, digestive enzymes and state of the art nutraceutial ingredients, this formulation is a complete nutritional supplement that delivers all the nutritional needs required for healthy immune response and daily nutritional requirements. Our Essential Oils assist in mental alertness, metabolism and weight management, healthy skin and improved elimination. Essential fatty acids are also known as healthy fars or triglycerides and help maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
PCDA is a multi-disciplinary agency that provides a wide range of services to children with special needs, from birth to 21 years of age. All services at PCDA follow the DIRFloortime philosophy, which emphasizes social-emotional development and relationships. Services include speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, feeding services, music therapy, adapted music lessons, counseling, sibling support, early intervention, SEDI-Floortime for 3-12 year olds, Teen Club 12-18 year olds, Young Adult Program 18-21 year old, Social Skills groups, Adoption Support, Traumatic Brain Injury, developmental screenings and assessments, and other specialized services. PCDA was established in 1997 and provides services over a wide geographic area, as well as their clinic in Pasadena. For more information call 626 793-7350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.