Promise Preschool

A full-day special education preschool for children ages 3 to 5 years old with ASD and related learning challenges. Learn More

Family Support Services

Resources to assist families with the unique needs of caring for a child with a disability. Learn More

Medicaid Service Coordination

Case management to help children and families connect with resources in the community. Learn More

Self Direction

A program designed to allow children and families to guide the services a child receives. Learn More

Waiver Services

Opportunities for children to gain new skills and work toward personal goals, as well as provide breaks for families and caregivers. Learn More

Recreation

Safe and supportive recreation activities designed for children with ASD. Activities include sports, arts, and social engagement. Learn More

Counseling

Therapeutic counseling to help children and families address a wide range of concerns. Learn More

Coaching and Connections

Group coaching and social skills building for children in grades 3-12. Learn More

Psychiatric Services

Counseling that includes medication options. Learn More

Evaluation Services

Diagnosis of disabilities or disorders. Learn More

Consultation Services

Based on a thorough assessment, a consultant works with district and/or agency staff and educators to help them meet the individualized educational needs of students with ASD in the least restrictive setting. Learn More

Evaluations

The psychological evaluation is instrumental in the identification of developmental, behavioral, or learning disorders. Learn More

Psychiatric Services

A psychiatric evaluation may be necessary to determine if medication would be helpful as part of a comprehensive treatment regimen. “http://kelbermancenter.org/counseling/psychiatric-services/”>Learn More

Medicaid Service Coordination

Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSC) assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to make connections to services and supports in their community that will help them achieve their life goals. Learn More

Waiver Services

The Home and Community Based (HCBS) waiver is a Medicaid program that is available to individuals with developmental disabilities with long-term care needs. Learn More

Kelberman Coaching and Connections

The goal of the Kelberman Coaching and Connections groups will be to provide a casual social support atmosphere with structured activities that promote building skills and increasing self-esteem and connections with others. Learn More

District Trainings

The Kelberman Center offers a variety of professional education, in-service programs and training opportunities for educators, clinicians, health professionals, human service personnel and the community at large related to Autism Spectrum Disorder. Learn More

Recreation

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Advancement Square

Advancement Square is a support group designed for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder to process experiences, gain support, and to learn from one another. Meeting activities are designed by the group and can include support discussions, skill presentations, and social activities/outings. Learn More

Counseling

Counseling services are also available to assist parents and caregivers in planning, implementing, and monitoring behavioral interventions. Learn More

Medicaid Service Coordination

Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSC) assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to make connections to services and supports in their community that will help them achieve their life goals. Learn More

Psychiatric Services

A psychiatric evaluation may be necessary to determine if medication would be helpful as part of a comprehensive treatment regimen. Learn More

Self Direction

In the Self Direction program, individuals and their family have decision-making authority over the services that the individual receives to live independently, including creating an annual service budget. Learn More

Waiver Services

The Home and Community Based (HCBS) waiver is a Medicaid program that is available to individuals with developmental disabilities with long-term care needs. Learn More

Family Support Services

Our highly trained Family Support Specialist will offer guidance and expertise to assist with each family’s individual challenges and needs. Learn More

Residential Services

Staff receive specialized Autism training and are supported by a team of experts who can help to create an environment that promotes personal choice and individual goals. Learn More

Family Support Services

Family Resource Time is a free one-hour consultation with a Family Support Specialist. Individuals and caregivers sit down for a face-to-face meeting to discuss their current situation and goals for the future. Learn More

Autism Support Groups

Counseling services are also available to assist parents and caregivers in planning, implementing, and monitoring behavioral interventions. Learn More

Additional Autism Resources

Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSC) assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to make connections to services and supports in their community that will help them achieve their life goals. Learn More