Dr. George is a sole practitioner. There are other providers in the same office complex. She tries to maintain a list of therapists she would recommend should the need arise.
The following is some helpful websites for families with autistic children:
Also some organizations that are helpful for families with autistic children:
Utah Parent Center: 801-272-1051
Allies With Families: 801-272-1068
Link to autism article by Lawrence Sugarman on non-medication methods to calm
autistic kids: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/local/2013/12/02/rit-doctor-helps-those-with-autism-help-themselves-/3815563/
Links for parents of children with disabilities/special needs (suggested by a parent with a child who has special needs)
Tenants Rights and Housing Assistance for the Disabled
Managing Your Child’s Transition to Adulthood
Transition to Adulthood: Home Remodeling for Young Adults with Special Needs
Special Needs Checklist: How Disability-Friendly is Your City?
Vocational Training for Adults with Special Needs
ANOREXIA or EATING PROBLEMS
If your child has problems with eating, you may find it helpful to contact the Primary Children's Fun Clinic which provides help for under-nourished children.
Books for parents of children with anger/emotional problems:
1. Red Beast by Kay Al-Ghana (anger)
2. The incredible 5 Point Scale by Kari Dunn Buron (strategy for child understanding their emotions and controlling responses in social situations)
3. To read with kids: Lori Lite's books (available on her website: www.stressfreekids.com): Angry Octopus; Sea Otter Cove (relaxation); A boy and a turtle
MEDICATION SIDE EFFECTS (WEIGHT GAIN AND SEXUAL SIDE EFFECTS)