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  • Jennifer Cleveland, PhD

    < Back Jennifer Cleveland, PhD Licensed Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Cleveland received her degree from the University of North Texas. She has worked in various settings (and states!) throughout her career including community mental health, the pediatrics department at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, and the school health program through Montefiore Hospital. She has always loved to work with children and adolescents and has a special passion for evaluations and neuropsychological testing. In 2015 Dr. Cleveland became a faculty member at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) in New Jersey, where she served as the administrator for a program providing support for autistic college students. After four years at FDU, Jennifer decided it was time to get back to Texas and began working at UTSA’s former Counseling and Mental Health Services from 2019 – 2021. She left in 2021 to begin private practice full time where she particularly enjoyed evaluating and providing treatment for autistic adults. Jennifer served on the executive committee of the Bexar County Psychological Association as their Early Career Psychologist representative and wrote her first book chapter in 2022 in the book titled, Postsecondary Transition for College- or Career-bound Autistic Students. She joined ACN's clinical team in August of 2023 and is excited to contribute to the organization. In her free time, she loves going to music concerts with her husband, relaxing with her two teen children at home, reading, travelling, watching any good Netflix series (more recently The Lincoln Lawyer, Triptych, and Suits), and doing SPENGA workouts! (210) 435-1000

  • Nicolle Reyna, MS CCC-SLP

    < Back Nicolle Reyna, MS CCC-SLP Speech Language Pathologist Nicolle Reyna holds a Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Texas Woman's University, a BA in Psychology from the University of the Incarnate Word, and a special education teaching certificate from Region 20. Nicolle was a special education teacher for 13 years in Edgewood ISD and San Antonio ISD where she developed a passion for helping students reach their maximum potential with the mindset that ALL children can learn. Prior to ACN, Nicolle worked in Early Childhood Intervention ( ECI) for 10 years where she enjoyed meeting and working with so many wonderful children and their families. Nicolle is passionate about empowering parents and caregivers with the tools they need to help their child learn and grow since they know them best! When Nicolle is not devoting her time to her career, she can be found cheering on the Texas Tech Red Raiders (fan by marriage) and the San Antonio Spurs with her husband, daughter, and two dog children, Theo and Bentley. Nicolle is a proud mom of a 21 year old neurodivergent daughter and loves to face time across the miles with her 5 year old neurodivergent niece. (210) 435-1000


    < Back MONEY MANAGEMENT & ESTATE PLANNING About Financial Services Our money management and estate planning resources provide information on financial planning and estate planning providers for individuals with autism and their families. These resources can help families plan for the financial future of their loved ones with autism and ensure they have access to the resources they need. MONEY MANAGEMENT & ESTATE PLANNING A Amazing Home Care 210.979.6022 1325 N. Flores, Ste. 114, SA TX 78212 Special match savings program for people with limited income. Helps build futures. Also includes program for buying a vehicle. LiftFund 1-888-215-2373 Web: Small business loans. AXA Advisors Jeffrey Moore 713.402.6400 E-Mail: 8000 IH 10 West, Ste. 750, SA TX 78230 Carol Bertsch – The Law Offices of Carol Bertsch, PC 210.892.4555 Web: E-Mail: 4950 San Pedro Ave., SA TX 78212 Long-term Care Planning, Estate Planning, Probate, Special Needs Trusts Catholic Charities 210.222.1294 Web: EMail: 202 W. French Place, SA TX 78212 Legal Services including immigration, wills and advanced planning services, guardianship, and legal aid. Offers a money management program that is designed to prevent the exploitation of disabled or elderly adults who are at risk of losing their independence due to their inability to manage their financial affairs. Cheryl McMullan 210.212.4076 111 Soledad, Ste. 300, SA TX 78205 Estate Planning, Guardianship & Medicaid Coalition of Texans with Disabilities 512.478.3366 Web: E-Mail: 1716 San Antonio St., Austin, TX 78701 Estate and family planning/trust Disability Benefits Assistance 210.732.6078 814 W. Euclid, SA TX 78212 Assist with applying for disability Heard & Smith, LLP Web: Social Security Disability Law ................................210.820.3737 10715 Gulfdale St., Ste. 100, SA TX 78216 Inheritance and Guardianship Law .......................210.904.3200 9601 McAllister Frwy., Ste. 620, SA TX 78216 Jim House 210.821.6863 8526 N. New Braunfels, SA TX 78217 Estate Planning, Guardianship K.T. Whitehead 210.930.4300 Web: 3004 Nacogdoches Rd, SA TX 78217 Estate Planning, Guardianship & Medicaid, Certified Elder Law Attorney Symmetry Financial Services, Inc 210.477.7140 Web: E-Mail: 19230 Stonehue, Ste. 4200, San Antonio, TX 78258 Financial planning for people with special needs. Previous Next

  • CHILDCARE | Acn Home

    < Back CHILDCARE About Childcare Services Our childcare resources provide information on finding high-quality childcare options for individuals with autism. These resources can help families find providers who are trained and equipped to support children with autism and provide them with the care they need. CHILDCARE PROVIDERS Brightstar Kid Care 210.377.3355 Web: 7410 Blanco RD, Ste. 200, SA TX 78216 We offer flexible sick-day childcare and sitter services and pediatric home care; including a wide range of home care services for children with special needs. Our clinical caregivers are experts in well-baby and newborn care. Our in-hospital companions give family caregivers a respite break and peace of mind that their child is being looked after when in the hospital. Brighton Center 210.826.4492 Web: 14207 Higgins RD, SA TX 78217 Bright Beginnings Child Care Center: NAEYC Accredited Center, curriculum is designed to meet the needs of each child based on his/her developmental level; ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Family Endeavors 210.208.5700 Web: 535 Bandera RD, SA TX 78228 This agency provides a myriad of programs including Fairweather Programs; Supportive housing; job training; employment; case management; and supportive services provided to individuals and mothers with disabilities and their children. Children & Youth Services; Licensed after school programs; childcare & learning centers; and summer day camps. Joy Learning Center - Child Care 210.736.2552 250 Sherwood Dr, SA TX 78201 JLC provides quality childcare for children diagnosed with Autism between the ages of 18 mos. - 12 yrs. Specialized in early learning intervention and individualized instruction for children with language and learning disabilities. Low Page 39 staff to child ratio and staff holds degrees in occupational and speech therapy; psychology and ABA. Mi CASA 210.561.7660 Web: 8601 Cinnamon Creek, SA TX 78240 A day program for school age students, from 6:30 a.m. till 6:30 p.m. Respite Care of San Antonio – Daycare 210.737.1212 Web: Christ Episcopal Church, 605 Belknap Pl., SA, TX 78212 Families may bring their children (6 wks. To 5 yrs.) with special needs and complex medical conditions, Monday - Friday from 7:30pm – 4pm (extended care 4pm -6pm); non-disabled siblings (up to the age of 5) welcome. Study Hall Learning Center 210.615.0565 Web: Multiple Locations Summit Christian Center 210.402.0565 Web: 2575 Marshall RD, SA TX 78259 Summit offers many different programs dependent upon the age of your child. They offer a nursery for ages 2 months to 3 years; a King’s Court - ages 4 to 1st grade; Elevate - grades 2nd through 5th; Emerge - grades 6th through 8th; The X - grades 9th through 12th and other young adults programs. They also offer divorce care for children of divorced parents; which includes a program to help kids deal with the hurt caused by the separation; provides special needs Sunday school classes with a trained staff. Also offers Parents and Challenges Support Group and field trips for children ages 2 to 18. CHILDCARE REFERRAL & RESOURCES City of S.A. - Head Start 210.206.5500 Web: 1227 Brady Blvd, SA, TX 78207 Family Service Association - Smart Start 210.299.2400 Web: E-Mail: 702 San Pedro, SA, TX 78212 Provides consultants who assist with connections to local child care resources and community agencies, as well as national agencies and information; SMART START Connections is a network member of the National and Texas Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Association (NACCRRA and TACCRRA) and the national Child Care Aware system. Basic services are no charge. Online Child Care Search Web Only Web: Spectrum Sitters, LLC 512.777.2676 Web: E-Mail: Serving Central Texas; Texas Association of Child Care Resource Specialized Sitters for Special needs children. Provide both on call sitters, as well as long term sitter referrals. Texas Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies 210.299.2424 Web: 702 San Pedro Ave., SA TX 78212 Assists in locating a network of childcare resource and referral agencies serving communities throughout Texas; includes help for childcare for children with special needs. Texas Department of Family & Protective Services 210.333.2004 Web: Provides an online search of all Texas licensed facilities including center-based childcare and home-based childcare. Database is searchable by location and programs provided, such as special needs care, acceptance of childcare subsidies and transportation. Inspection reports of facilities available online. Previous Next

  • Donate | Acn Home

    < Back Donate Every donation makes a difference. We're reaching out to you with an open heart and a shared vision for a brighter, better world. Today, we invite you to become a driving force behind the change we all wish to see. Your support, in any amount, can create ripples of impact that touch lives, uplift communities, and foster progress. Whether it's a small contribution or a larger gesture, every donation is a stepping stone towards positive transformation. Let's build BIG futures together. Let's get started


    < Back SUPPORT GROUPS About Support Groups Support groups can be a valuable resource for individuals with autism and their families. Our resource library provides information on local support groups, online communities, and peer support options. SUPPORT GROUPS Any Baby Can’s Autism Services 210.227.0170 Web: 217 Howard, SA TX 78212 Any Baby Can’s Sibling Support Group 210.227.0170 Web: 217 Howard, SA TX78212 Group is for children 6-14 years of age and meets on the 2nd Friday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm, September through July of every year. The group is led by a trained facilitator and volunteer and free, light meals are served. This is a time for siblings of children with special needs to socialize, play games and participate in structured discussion focusing on issues related to having a sibling with a disability. Autism Society of Central Texas 1.512.479.4199 x1 Web: The Autism Society of Texas offers support groups, advocacy, educational and recreational events in support of its mission: Improving the Lives of Those Affected by Autism. Autism Speaks - Autism Response Team 1.888.288.4762 Web: E-Mail: Autism Response Team coordinators are specially trained to connect individuals and families with information, resources and opportunities. Call or e-mail for more information on community outreach services, grants, local resources and age-related resources (diagnosis/early intervention, school-age/youth, young adults and adult services). Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas 210.736.4847 Web: 205 W. Olmos Drive, SA TX 78212 Offers support groups for children and teens, ages 3 to 24, and their families or caregivers who have lost a family member; offers seven different support groups that meet twice a month. The Center also provides training, crisis intervention, counseling peer support, and consultation services to individuals, schools, churches, and community agencies of all kinds; fee-based, one-on-one counseling also available. Epilepsy Foundation of Central& South Texas Family and Parent Support Group 210.653.5353 Web: 8601 Village Dr., Ste. 200, SA TX 78217 Provides information and referral, community education, outreach and support services, advocacy, employment services, seizure clinics, summer camps and support group meetings, free counseling services. MELD Special (Mutual Enrichment through Learning and Discovery) 210.692.0234 Web: 4507 Medical Dr., SA TX 78229 MELD Special focuses on the daily challenges of raising a child and address the impact of an illness or disability on childrearing and family life. Discussions are geared to concerns faced by all parents, rather than medical information. MoCAA (Moms Connect About Autism) 210.845.3395 Web: E-Mail: MoCAA’s mission is to connect every mother raising a child with special needs and provide support by creating a social and interactive community focused on HOPE (Helping Ourselves Physically and Emotionally). All interactions are based on a philosophy of empowerment, encouragement, and compassion. No mom should go it alone. There is no membership fee. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 210.734.3349 Web: 6800 Park Ten Blvd, Ste248-E , SATX, 78213 E-Mail: The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Offers support, education, advocacy, and research for people living with mental illness. San Antonio Asperger’s - Online Support Group Web: This group is designed for families of the San Antonio area who have children diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome; Autism; Nonverbal Learning Disability (NLD) or Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD). This group will share information; stories; questions; and provide individual support for each other. Texas Adults with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities (TAAID) 210.262-6740 Web: 6914 Wurzbach RD, SA TX 78240 Proactively responding to the needs of the parents of young adults with autism and intellectual disabilities requiring support; guidance; assistance; training; and personal advocacy; to promote long term services; health and happiness for their special adult. Support group for parent with adult children who have special needs. Families are encouraged to prepare and educate themselves regarding long-term care services and supports. Information is shared about social security; Medicaid; medical waivers; care providers; and other resources within local and state agencies. In person support group meets on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 2pm - 4pm. (Location is subject to change). The Down Syndrome Association of South Texas 210.349.4372 Web: 1127 Patricia Dr., SA TX 78213 The mission of the DSASTX is to provide services and support for children and adults with Down Syndrome and their families in San Antonio and the surrounding areas. The DSASTX provides opportunities for families to foster friendships and mutual support through information workshops/conferences, community-based social activities and educational programs. Previous Next

  • SAPD cadets learn how to respond to incidents involving people with autism | Acn Home

    < Back SAPD cadets learn how to respond to incidents involving people with autism Tiffany Huertas Apr 2, 2024 SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio nonprofits have teamed up to create a training program to help San Antonio police cadets better understand autism spectrum disorders. Any Baby Can of San Antonio, a local nonprofit serving families with children and youth facing serious health or developmental challenges, is part of the group behind the program. Robert Peaden, director of Autism Services at Any Baby Can San Antonio, said it teaches cadets how to respond to incidents involving people with autism. “What they look like when it comes to recognizing from level one to level three on that spectrum. And then after that, after about two hours of instruction there, we do about two hour instruction of the response phase,” he said. Peaden has a passion for helping parents navigate autism spectrum disorder. His son Logan was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder when he was two years old. “My son was diagnosed at two years old at Triple Army Medical Center in Hawaii when I was in the United States Air Force,” Peaden said. Peaden’s love for his son brought him to the program. “I would describe my son as the nicest person you’ve ever met in your life,” Peaden said. Any Baby Can San Antonio teamed up with the nonprofit Family ADDventures to start the program last year. “My mission is to keep children with autism out of the school to prison pipeline,” said Nicole Santiago, CEO of Family ADDventures. Santiago is passionate about this training and explains the reason it started. “One of my clients was unlawfully arrested and I filed a complaint and we had a meeting and the police were open to us coming in to train,” Santiago said. San Antonio Police Department officials say every cadet class is now taking the trainings. “We talk about different sensory needs. Different communication needs. So, for example, I have communication boards I use. So sometimes if someone becomes with their anxiety, they become non-speaking, they can use the board to point to what they want to say,” Santiago said. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports about 1 in 36 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder. “Autism is a developmental disability or disorder that is diagnosed in childhood, and it affects communication chiefly, it also affects social skills, sensory processing,” Adrienne Gaither, director of caregiver empowerment at Autism Community Network said. The Autism Community Network also played a big role in the program and is involved in the training. “I think the most important strategy is to be open minded and also to take a step back when they encounter a person with autism and really think about what accommodations can be made. How they can read the communication of someone who might have a communication impairment. And also to draw on the training that we’ve providing and not to be scared of that call,” Gaither said. “The training is super helpful because it helps develop a level of competency in our new officers. These are cadets preparing to become officers serving the community, and it helps them to develop relationships and to learn how to interact with really all people from our community,” Jeremy Spencer, police officer at SAPD and instructor at the training academy said. April is National Autism Awareness Month and KSAT community is partnering with Any Baby Can to help raise awareness. Tune in for the KSAT Community “Town Hall: Understanding Autism”, hosted by Tiffany Huertas. You can watch live at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16 through the KSAT+ streaming services. Also, Any Baby Can San Antonio is hosting its 20th Annual Walk for Autism on April 20, 2024 at Palo Alto College. Watch Autism Community Network's Director of Caregiver Empowerment, Adrienne Gaither, work with other community nonprofits to educate the SAPD about autism here: Previous Next


    < Back FUNDING & MEDICAID WAIVERS About Waiver Services Our funding and Medicaid waiver resources provide information on funding and support programs available to individuals with autism and their families. These resources can help families access financial support for necessary services and supports. FUNDING & MEDICAID WAIVERS AACOG, Alamo Local Authority for IDD 210.832.5020 Web: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Ste. 160, SA TX 78217 Provides Eligibility Determination (autism is a related condition), service coordination for General Revenue Services and Texas Home Living program, enrollment into the Home and Community-Based services program, In-Home Family Support Program and admissions into Intermediate Care Facilities-MR and State Schools Bluebonnet Trails Community Services 844.309.6385 Web: 1009 North Georgetown St., Round Rock, Texas 78664 A family-centered approach to teaching individuals’ skills necessary to succeed in the home, school and community (Bastrop, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Hays, Lee, Travis, and Williamson counties). Camino Real Community Services 210.357.0300 Web: P.O. Box 725, Lytle, TX 78052 Early Childhood Intervention Services, Mental Health Services, Intellectual & Developmental Disability Services. Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS) 877.438.5658 Web: Click Here Provides home- and community-based services such as respite care, nursing services, adaptive aids/supplies, home modifications and other related services; long interest lists. Disability Benefits Assistance 210.732.6078 814 West Euclid Ave, SA TX 78212 This program offers assistance and information for people with disabilities who are applying for benefits. Hill Country MHDD Centers 830.792.3300 Web: 819 Water Street, Ste. 300, Kerrville, Texas 78028 Providing mental health, individual developmental disability, and substance abuse, services throughout the greater Texas Hill Country (Bandera, Blanco, Comal, Edwards, Gillespie, Hays, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Llano, Mason, Medina, Menard, Real, Schleicher, Sutton, Uvalde, and Val Verde counties) Home and Community Based Services (HCS) 210.832.5020 8700 Tesoro Dr., Ste. 160, SA TX 78217 Intake application: Click Here About: Click here HCS is a Medicaid waiver program that supplies services and supports to Texans with an intellectual disability (ID) or a related condition so that they can live in the community. HCS services are intended to supplement rather than replace services received from other programs, such as Texas Health Steps, or from natural supports, including families, neighbors or community organizations. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) 1.800.772.1213 Web: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federally run benefits program that provides aid to people who are unable to achieve gainful employment due to a permanent disabling condition. SSDI is financed by the Social Security tax. Therefore, any person that qualifies as disabled according to the definition provided by Social Security Administration (SSA); and who has paid Social Security taxes long enough to achieve sufficient work credits; can qualify for SSDI. Social Security Disability Insurance; also known as SSDI or SSD; provides income to individuals no longer able to work because of a physically or psychologically restrictive disability. SSDI is funded by payroll taxes and does not depend on the recipient’s income level; as it is based solely on work history and the degree of disability. Supplemental Security Income; or SSI; offers monetary assistance to low-income individuals who are at least age 65; blind; and/ or disabled. SSI pays cash benefits to supplement the cost of food; clothing; and shelter. Provides Medicaid coverage and monthly cash assistance to eligible individuals; eligibility is based on citizenship status, financial status and disability. TX Dept. Of Aging & Disability Services-Medically Dependent Children Program (MDCP) 1.877.438.5658 Web: Click Here The program provides services to support families caring for children and young adults who are medically dependent and assist with the transition of children in nursing homes. Services include: Adaptive aids; adjunct supports; minor home modifications; financial management services; respite services; transition assistance services and more. To qualify, applicants must have a child with a disability less than 21 years of age; be a U.S. Citizen or an alien with approved status who lives in Texas; be low income and eligible for Medicaid; must meet the medical necessity determination for nursing home care and cannot be currently enrolled in another waiver program. Call to get on the interest list. Previous Next


    < Back ADULT & TRANSITION AGE SERVICES About Adult & Transition Age Services As individuals with autism transition into adulthood, they face new challenges related to employment, independent living, and social engagement. Our resource library provides information on services and programs designed to support adults with autism, including day programs, vocational training, supported employment, and social skills groups. We also provide information on legal and financial planning options for families preparing for their loved one's transition into adulthood DAY PROGRAMS The Arc of San Antonio - Life Enrichment 210.490.4300 Web: 13430 West Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78216 6530 Wurzbach, San Antonio, TX 78240 Beach House Arts Day School 210.549.0067 Web: 114 N. Ellison Dr. #403 Serving both teens and adults with IDD. CALAB Activity Center 210.647.0191 Web: 6470 Heath RD., San Antonio, TX 78250 Vocational Program, Day Habilitation, HCS Services and other services offered. Educare Community Living Corporation 210.979.7009 3700 Belgium Lane, SA TX 78219 Business Office & Day Habilitation Helping Hands – UUMC 210.696.1033 Web: 5084 De Zavala Rd., San Antonio, TX 78230 Helping hands is a part of the special needs ministry at University United Methodist Church. Helping hands is a pre-vocational day habilitation program that serves higher functioning adults with special needs who need a place to grow, develop skills, and establish life-long friendships. Helping Hands offers daily tasks and activities to adults who have intellectual and developmental challenges. Homelife And CommunityServices; Inc 210.736.3334 Web: 2401 Wilson Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78228 A Home and Community Based Services (HCS) provider agency; must have Medicaid and be registered through AACOG (Alamo Area Council of Governments) to qualify for services with this agency. Offers community support; day habilitation; respite; employment assistance; individual competitive employment; dental and nursing services; physical therapy; dietary services; counseling and day habilitation summer camp; serves Bexar County residence of all ages. Mission Road Ministries - Adult Programs 210.924.9265 Web: 8706 Mission RD, San Antonio, TX 78214 Mission Road Ministries provides residential; day service; employment guidance and vocational programs for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (IDD). To qualify for assistance; individuals must have a diagnosed IDD and have Medicaid. Private pay is also an option for Non-Medicaid clients; to request assistance; call Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Mother Earth Adult Daycare 210.691.1778 Web: 8464 Barron RD, SA TX 78240 Mother Earth Adult Day Care is a non-residential facility providing exceptional health care services to Adults 18 and older, Individuals with medical and mental health needs, those requiring daily nursing intervention. Medicaid constituents who have a disability are qualified. Private pay is also accepted. RMI (Reaching Maximum Independence) 210.656.6674 Web: 6336 Montgomery Drive, SA, TX 78239 HCS/ICF-MR/Private Pay Life Enrichment Center SAFIRE (San Antonio Fitness, Independent and Recreational Environment) 210.236.7662 Web: 11111 Iota Dr, SA, TX 78217 No more sitting around all summer wondering what is available for your individual with intellectual disabilities age 14+. Each day SAFIRE will offer large group recreation games, individual workout programs and a social experience like no other; must be able to function in a 1:8 ratio of staff to clients and participate in small group games appropriately. Cost: $125.00 weekly. Summer Camp: Daily Weekly or Monthly Enrollment, extended hours available. SA Life Academy 210.382.1247 Web: St. Andrews UMC 722 Robinhood Place, San Antonio, TX 78209 Relationship building, academics, community involvement, sound mind and body and expressive creativity. For applicants 18 years and older. Seniors 2000 210.435.1800 Web: 4396 Callaghan Rd. San Antonio, TX 78228 VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS Easter Seal Rehabilitation Head Injury & New Beginnings Program 210.614.3911 Web: 2203 Babcock Rd, San Antonio, TX 78229 San Antonio Lighthouse 210.533.5195 Web: 2305 Roosevelt, San Antonio, TX 78210 Vocational services for visually impaired Southwind Fields 210.526.1567 Web: 6851 Citizens Parkway Suite 224 San Antonio, TX 78229 The Southwind City Locals program is designed for men and women of a wide variety of abilities. Whether living in their own place, or at home with a caregiver, a Southwind Local Advisor will come to them. If living at home is what's best for now, we'll help build skills to reach new levels of independence towards tailor made goals. City Locals already living in the community, may stay in their current place of residence, should they choose to do so. Those moving to the area, or who would like to relocate, may reside in an affordable Southwind partnership apartment complex, maintaining their own lease agreements, while enjoying the fellowship and community of living alongside other Southwind City Locals. City Locals receive basic case management services from our City Local Advisors, who will check in several times weekly to assess health & safety of the living environment, bus training (if appropriate), assistance with assuring bills are paid on time (if applicable), and the offer of assistance for financial management, employment search and retention (if applicable), medical needs, personal care, and independent living skills training. Workacccess, Inc 830.714.9280 Web: Oak Meadow Methodist Church 2740 Hunters Green, San Antonio, TX 78213 Youth and adult program provide work training and placements, with selfemployment support. Early childhood program for children with special needs. Previous Next


    < Back STATE & FEDERAL SUPPORT About State & Federal Support State and federal support programs can be tricky to navigate. Thats why we have compiled a list of all the right places to call for options for individuals with autism and their families. Our resource library provides information on the different types of support available, including Medicaid waivers, social security benefits, and state and federal programs. STATE & FEDERAL SUPPORT Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRCs) 855.937.2372 Web: State Agency over Medicaid Waiver Programs like CLASS, HCS, and MDCP Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities 512.437.5432 Web: E-Mail: 6201 E. Oltorf, Ste. 600, Austin TX 78741 Note: TCDD does not provide any direct services Texas Workforce Commission Vocational Rehabilitation Services 800-628-5115 Web: Vocational and employment services, independent living services; Early Childhood Intervention is under this department; technology and resource center. Previous Next

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