Case Management and Planning
Many families find that the work involved in overseeing a child with disabilities' services and educational program can strain the parent-child relationship. When managing goals and progress gets in the way of being mom or dad, families turn to Alexis for program oversight and planning.
Through a variety of practices we can provide you with summary reports that track your child's overall development (in school, private programming, regional center services, etc.) and we can help you understand whenyou may want to make changes.
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what we can do:
We will review assessments and maintain a comprehensive timeline of skill development across domains you want tracked
We will collaborate with your various providers (in school, through the regional center, and any other providers you are working with) to prioritize your child's goals and service needs and come up with a plan of advocacy to maximize your child's programming through all available avenues
You can focus on being the support system your child needs
In consultation with your experts, we can coordinate plans for your child's educational program, regional center plans, and general enrichment.
Types of Providers We Work With:
- Educational Psychologists — psychologists who help people experiencing difficulty in learning and participation in school or other activities by assessment and planning.
- Educational Neuropsychologists — neuropsychologists apply the principles of neuropsychology (the relationship between behavior, emotion, and cognition in the context of brain function) to the educational system for students who have more complex profiles by assessment and planning
- Clinical Psychologists — psychologists who provide clinical or counseling services.
- Occupational Therapists — professionals who assess and help people across their lifespan to do the things they need to be able to do in their daily lives.
- Speech and Language Pathologists — professionals who assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent communication and swallowing disorders.
- Physical Therapists — professionals who assess and help people improve their movement skills and/or manage their pain.
- Educational Therapists — professionals who combine educational and therapeutic approaches for evaluation, remediation, case management, and communication/advocacy for children, adolescents and adults with learning disabilities or learning problems. (See www.aetonline.org)
- Reading Specialists —professionals who teach kids who need extra assistance learning how to read in individually or in small groups how to improve their reading skills.
- Social Workers — professionals who provide support to children and families in need of assistance in coping with or solving problems in their everyday lives.
- College Counselors — professionals who provide guidance to students applying to post-secondary educational programs and in navigating college campuses upon their matriculation there.
- Social Skills Programs — programs that teach individuals how to interact with others, social rules, and how to interact with others and in groups.
- Behavior Programs and/or Behavior Therapists — programs and providers that address atypical behavior.
- Summer Programs
- Transportation Providers
Once you have narrowed the programming elements you are interested in for your family, we can help you put that program into action.
what we do:
We will provide you with lists of possible providers and programs to address any identified areas of deficit
We will help you through any application / admissions process
We will make sure the programs you choose are the right fit for your child and your family