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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

San Diego Autism Fire/ Evac Resources

Posted @ 10:22 AM

San Diego Autism Fire/ Evac Resources

An online place for autism families affected by the 2007 San Diego firestorms to find support, resources, and information that meets their unique needs. AND a place for those who wish to provide assistance to those in need to offer their help.Questions related to continuity of Regional Center, school district and medical services, managing behavior concerns related to evacuation, finding special diet foods, requests for assistance and offers of assistance are all appropriate topics. Please limit your posts to issues pertaining to this topic.

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PLEASE LET ANYONE WHO MAY NEED HELP OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING A CHANCE TO VENT, PROBLEM SOLVE BEHAVIORS RELATED TO EVACUATION, FIND GFCF FOOD, DEAL WITH NEW FEARS, ETC) KNOW ABOUT THIS GROUP.

Autism Spectrum Consultants - offering to help with any behavior issues that may arise, counseling etc. Please call 858-272-2662 and ask for Sam or Kate

Crimson Center - office will be open to anyone who wants to drop in for therapy, play, change of scenery etc for the rest of the week. They also have therapists available to go to the shelters. Please call Karyn at 858-695-9415

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

If anyone wants to "weather the storm" in Albuquerque, NM, email me -- i know this is a weird email address, but it's OK -- doyouspam at-sign yahoo dot com -- I'm typing it like that to avoid "spammers"!
I have room for a couple, or a small family - 2 rooms and room for a pet as well. This would be temporary, of course, but maybe it would help someone out there.

Lelia said...

We have two daylight basement bedrooms and bathroom a family with an autistic member could use temporarily. Our non-verbal adult daughter lives three blocks away. We live in Vancouver, Washington. frank4man at-sign comcast dot net.