For children who are at risk of abuse or neglect and are from families in crisis.
ADR, a program of the Sonoma County SELPA, helps families and schools to resolve their differences around special education. Components include pone mediation, IEP facilitation, mediation and resolution services.
Their navigator will:
Connects families with doctors/health care providers who know how to care for a child with special needs. Provides financial assistance and coordinates health care services.
Developmental screenings, home visiting services, early intervention and consultation in a child care setting.
Support for children in childcare and preschool who may be struggling developmentally or with behavioral or social-emotional issues. Free and confidential consultation to childcare providers and preschool teachers.
Social and developmental screenings for children age 0-5 years. Connects families to community services and makes referrals for mental health or developmental services. Home visiting services provided.
Therapy, training, education, and support services for children living with disabilities-especially those diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
Helps families of children with special needs understand and access the systems that serve them.
Diagnosis, psychological and social evaluation, and prevention of and service coordination of developmental disabilities.
Youth with food related disease can participate in this 8 week program.
Oversees and facilitates educational services for students with disabilities.
If you are looking for special needs assistance for your 3-5 year old children, you can contact your local school district. Use this website to determine your district.
24 hours a day 7 days a week phone line providing comprehensive Information and Referral Service for health and human services. They link the inquirer with an available, appropriate and acceptable community based service. Spanish spoken.