New Initiatives Include HIPPA-Compliant, Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy for Children
The Special Needs Network, one of the nation’s premier autism advocacy organizations for underserved communities, has developed new programs and resources to help people with disabilities navigate the COVID-19 crisis. The new programs include a swiftly developed HIPPA compliant program that provides evidence-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children.
Special Needs Network’s ABA therapy for children is available for youth currently receiving services from Special Needs Network and includes an expansion of therapy hours to address the greater need across California in light of school closures. Special Needs Network is a Medi-Cal provider, accepts private insurance and is a regional center vendor.
“Special Needs Networks new initiatives in response to COVID-19 are designed to ensure that people with disabilities and its constituents throughout California are supported and cared for throughout this public crisis,” said Special Needs Network Founder and President Areva Martin. “At a time when many organizations and behavioral health providers are closing or halting services, we are grateful to be able to continue servicing California’s most vulnerable communities.”
Special Needs Network other new initiatives include:
Special Needs Network’s new initiatives in response to the COVID-19 crisis will remain in place until families are able to safely return to work, school and community activities.
For more information about Special Needs Network and its response to COVID-19, visit www.snnla.org.