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Strategies To Survive And Thrive The Special Needs System Of Services, Agencies And Funding | 12517
ISSN: 2161-0460

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Strategies to survive and thrive the special needs system of services, agencies and funding

International Conference on Psychology, Autism and Alzheimers Disease

Douglas O. Baker

Accepted Abstracts: J Alzheimers Dis Parkinsonism

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0460.S1.004

A Lifespan view of the key ages and stages relating to Education?s role, Government agencies, Medical treatment & services, Legal needs, Insurance coverage for services and more. An unprecedented look at the lifespan of the needs, challenges and changing conditions special needs families face. Understand from a parent and professional with 20+ years of experience navigating the inter-connected services, resources, responsible agencies, planning and financial needs. Diagnosis - assessments - IEP?s - behavior therapies - transition planning - benefits - adult services - housing / living - employment - Long Term Care - survivorship State Agencies, Departments of Mental Health / Health Services / Rehabilitation, Social Security etc? A must attend for every affected family, their relatives and the professionals serving and supporting the special needs communities.
Douglas Baker is a parent of a 23 year old son with Autism, a national speaker, advocate, community catalyst and educator on services and resources surrounding the special needs communities. With 20 years of experience navigating the inter-connected services, resources and responsible agencies, he is the innovator of a comprehensive financial and special needs planning process that has uniquely wrapped special needs advocacy, services and resource collaboration into a lifespan service around the financial and wealth management industry. Doug discusses common sense financial literacy, topics and strategies to organize movements using small adjustment to maximize economic clout within large disjointed communities. Autism, special needs mental health and disabled. Keynotes are highly lively bringing to light un-spotlighted public facts and figures to support efforts for positive and effective change.