The Autism Roadmap

For families with teens

Is Your Teen with Autism Aging out of High School?

Transitioning to the adult word can feel scary, confusing, and overwhelming.  Almost as overwhelming as when your teen first got their diagnosis. 

When do I apply for SSI?  Do I choose supported decision making or guardianship?  I don’t mind my teen living at home for a little while, but where will they live after that?  Can my teen work?  Where will my teen work?  They do need some supports at work, how do I get them that?    My teen can barely keep their room clean, how will they keep up an apartment/dormroom/house?  How do I teach them about sex?  How will they make friends?  Who will take care of my adult offspring when I’m gone?   How do I know I’m making the right choices?

Wouldn’t it be incredible to have your own personalized guide or roadmap that will point in you in the right direction?

I know exactly how you feel. I’ve been there too.

I still remember the hitting the turbulent teen years, terrified about what would happen after high school.   I felt overwhelmed at having to navigate several whole new, fragmented set of service systems. 

The transition support from high school was simply not enough.  Their three questions of “Where will your son live?”  “What kind of job will your son have after high school?”  “Does your son plan to attend college or a vocational program?” were simply not enough to address skills that were lacking in his ability to budget, write emails, get his own transportation, shop, advocate for himself in a variety of settings (with a doctor, in the community, or at community college).

But. . .the ONE thing I wish I had while sitting there, wondering what to do next, was someone who could understand what I was going through and help me develop a real transition plan that focused on the foundation skills he would need to be successful.

That’s what I’m offering you TODAY!

No more feeling overwhelmed, fear, DIY’ing it, guessing, or going it alone.

Introducing

The Autism Roadmap

A comprehensive 6-Month Small Group Coaching Program

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The Autism Roadmap is a systematic approach to help you identify, prioritize, and create a plan that will help put you and your child on the road to gaining skills and support you need and to successfully navigate your journey.  This roadmap is designed to help moms go from overwhelmed and confused to confident and empowered all within six-months.

I am a mother of 13 y/o triplets, 2 who have Autism. I am proud to share that Cynthia has been a mentor to me. She has been a beacon of insight and guidance, and I cannot imagine where we would be without her.
Amber

You’ll benefit from my knowledge, education and guidance gained from of traveling this path with my own 24 year old.  I’ll be with you, by your side, empowering you with the support, clarity, and confidence you need.

In our six months together, you’ll receive ALL the tools and training you need to make the best decisions for yourself and your child(ren).  We’ll use an evaluation to look at what skills your teen has and needs to build in the areas of:

  • Self-Advocacy
  • Daily Living skills
  • Housing
  • Health
  • Medical
  • Further education
  • Worrk
  • Financing
  • Legal Considerations
  • Building a community & leisure

We’ll develop goals to include in the school transition plan, talk about different potential paths your teen could take based on their interests and skills, learn about resources in each area, and create a schedule of what you need to apply for when.

When you’re finished, you will have a solid of idea of what needs to happen when, whom to ask to help make that, and how to do that.

I’ve walked every step and can help you avoid the bumps in the road.  You emerge with a plan, your sanity intact, and your sense of  joy elevated!

Don’t waste any more precious time!  Get the tools you need TODAY to help you smoothly navigate the road ahead!

Let’s hop phone and see how this experience will help you!

 

Say Yes to Yourself and

Your Child Today!

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