Developmental Disability Survey

Are you a parent of a child with a developmental disability – Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy or Intellectual Disability? Or are you an adult with one of these disabilities? If so, you may be interested in a survey being conducted by the Autism Society of California. The survey gathers information on what is working for families and individuals and then shares that information with the appropriate non-profits, stakeholders and legislators to make sure your voice is heard. Please see the survey here: https://www.autismsocietyca.org/2018-survey.html Continue reading

Terri Hilliard, PC Team Up To Full Strength

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College Students Shouldn’t Leave Home Without Them.

Ah, fall is upon us, although it’s hard to imagine with 90-plus degree temperatures in Southern California these days. Nonetheless, the leaves will be changing and our college-bound students are beginning new school years. While your kids may have packed up their clothes and other necessary items for this new phase in their life journeys, have you taken the important and necessary steps to protect them along the way? When a child reaches 18 years of age, he or she is legally considered an adult, presumably, able to make their own decisions about their health care and finances. Continue reading