Let Us Help Your Family Receive Benefits Your Special Needs Child Requires

Special Needs State Program Consulting in Michigan

Our Mission

Does your child have a disability that interferes with his ability to learn or to access school programs? (A learning or attention issue can qualify as a disability.) 

We can help you test and determine what State and Government programs are available to help you and your child.

Let us help your family receive benefits your child requires.

No matter where you are in the process, let us help you maneuver and start receiving the benefits from METs and IEPs, K-12 education, all educational testing to determine State and Government program benefit options.  From ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger’s to Downs syndrome let our 19 years of experience maneuvering the system to work for you and your child!

Let us help you in this complex process!

WHERE IS YOUR CHILD IN THEIR SPECIAL NEEDS JOURNEY?

A child in our special needs state program in Michigan

Birth - School Age Children

 A child with a congenital disorder, or birth defects, may experience a disability or health problems throughout life. Most families who need help paying for healthcare need to know what governmental assistance and non-profit organization programs are out there. Families are also looking for therapies to help their special needs child grow and develop to the best of their abilities. We can help you maneuver this overwhelming time in your lives.

K - 12 School Age Children/Teens

Does your child have a disability that interferes with his ability to learn or to access school programs? We can help you test and determine if what State and Government programs are available to help you and your child. 

Students struggling in school may qualify for support services, allowing them to learn in a special way. Let us help you secure accommodations and plans (IEP and 504 Plans) for your child with special needs. 

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Special Needs Teens Turning
18 - Adulthood

Eventually, your child will leave K-12 education. Some children with disabilities graduate from high school at age 18 with the skills they need and move on successfully from there. Other children will need more services than the general education curriculum offers, especially as they transition into adulthood.

We will help you navigate the top 10 things that it is essential for you to prepare your child to transition into adulthood. We can help you apply to receive Governmental benefits that special needs adults can qualify for.

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