Austin Child Guidance Center
The mission of Austin Child Guidance Center is to improve the mental health of children and their families through early intervention, diagnosis and treatment to help develop the emotional skills to face life’s challenges.
Autism Society of Texas
The Autism Society of Texas changes lives by connecting families and individuals to community resources and support throughout Texas. Offerings include support meetings; on-line networking opportunities; Sensory Friendly films; and fun family activities.
Capitol School of Austin
Capitol School’s mission is to provide an enriched learning environment where children with speech, language, and learning differences can reach their full potential and develop skills necessary to succeed in future educational settings.
Michelle Natinsky, Ph.D.
Nothing is more important to parents than their relationships with their children…and yet, these relationships can also be challenging and conflictual at times. I offer compassionate, collaborative consultation around a variety of issues concerning this most powerful relationship. I am not the expert when it comes to your child – YOU are. Together, drawing on my years of experience as a licensed psychologist (and licensed specialist in school psychology), educator, and mother, we can work together to support the goals you have in creating the family relationships you desire.
Our mission at Neuronutrition Associates is to deliver outstanding functional and integrative pediatric medical care and provide support to families in raising healthy, happy children. From prevention to treatment, we use both traditional and holistic systems of medicine, a variety of services and unique vantage points to create comprehensive individualized treatment plans for each patient. We have extensive experience solving complex pediatric cases using the most current laboratory testing and nutraceutical treatments. Our practitioners are also trained in traditional medicine, so our patients get the best of both worlds.
The Fitness School
Now, more than ever before, fitness and fun needs to be introduced to today’s youth. In a society that can tend to focus more on iPads than play, it’s important that our future generations continue to realize the value of a healthy, active lifestyle, and learn that they already have the right tools and resources to carry that value with them through life – We believe there is no better place to learn just that, no matter what age you are, than at The Fitness School.
Thinkery is an evolution of Austin Children’s Museum. It’s Austin’s home for “why” and “how.” A place where science and families play side by side. Where people connect with ideas by doing, making and experiencing. It’s a foundry for a new generation of innovators and creative problem solvers. And it’s a heck of a good time.
VELA is a nonprofit organization that empowers families of children with special needs through hands-on information, resources and support. VELA means (Vibrant. Empowered. Limitless. Able)
William’s Community School
William’s Community School is built on the strong philosophical belief that, given the right supports, every child can thrive. We are committed to ensuring a challenging and accepting educational environment with a strong emphasis on building lasting relationships. We provide a sense of safety, community and family to students and parents by fostering and developing a successful partnership. At William’s Community School, we encourage students to develop caring attitudes and respect towards themselves, other children, adults, their school and their environment. We recognize each child’s individuality and provide differentiated teaching to meet individual needs and capitalize on unique learning styles. We offer a broad, balanced, appropriate curriculum that encourages optimal social, emotional, and academic development. Our classrooms and facility grounds provide a peaceful atmosphere to support concentration and encourage an orderly environment.
Find Your Dream Job: The Employment Toolkit for Job Seekers with Autism According to Autism Speaks, the majority of adults on the autism spectrum are either underemployed or unemployed. The good news is you can successfully land a job—and become successful with it—by having the right tools at your disposal.