Coaching and Mentoring Supports for Teens and Adults with Autism

Autism Heroes
420 Brookside Ave Redlands CA 92373
ABA services – specializes in adults. Also has behavioral feeding and diagnostic services.

Autism Personal Coach
Providing Autistic adults and teens hard to find support to live self sufficient and purpose-driven lives through our coaching and community events

California Autism Network – Amanda Backer

Adolescents and adults diagnosed with ASD often require specific training to develop college and work readiness skills. California Autism Network (CAN) provides this training, as well as assistance in the development of self-advocacy, communication, and executive function skills. CAN believes in helping individuals with ASD to develop meaningful lives and thrive as independent adults. CAN services include Assessment of client skills, interests, and areas of need; Development of the individual treatment plan identifying goals and objectives to increase client’s independence at home, school, work, or within the community; Recommendations for needed assistive technology; support to the client and family throughout implementation of the treatment plan. CAN services are provided individually or in small group instruction, both in-person or virtually, supporting clients to learn skills such as appropriate school and workplace behaviors including time management, social skills, self-advocacy, goal setting, hygiene, and professional appearance. CAN accepts private payment plans and is a vendor for Inland Regional Center.

Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
CARD Temecula – 27720 Jefferson Ave., Suite 150, Temecula (951) 699-8640
CARD Corona – 802 Magnolia Ave, Suite 202, Corona (951) 686-2020
CARD Moreno Valley – 12125 Day St, Suite E301, Moreno Valley (951) 344-2166
CARD Ontario – 2151 E. Convention Center Way, Suite 103, Ontario (951) 259-5600
CARD Temecula – 27720 Jefferson Ave, Ste 150, Temecula (951) 699-8640
CARD Riverside – 5750 Division Street, Ste 104, Riverside (951) 900-6390
CARD provides trained staff to implement applied behavior analysis (ABA) to children, teens, and adults at home, school, community, and center-based settings. Now has a college program which can assist students attending local college classes. Not all colleges are supported.  Call to find out if the local CARD office can help.

Howard Chudler and Associates
626 West Route 66, Suite # E, Glendora
(714) 529-2549
Specializes in providing behavioral and educational services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Start Delta 
50 Woodside Plaza #511 , Redwood City, San Mateo, CA, 94061
Start Delta supports Neurodiverse Young Adults, 18-28, looking to find their Tribe. Our young adults are in the process of developing Executive Skills and Independent Living Skills and learning to manage Anxiety and develop healthy routines. We are a team of Coaches and Mentors that understand how to support Young Adults with unique skills and challenges to harness their skills and realize their full potential. We customize our expertise to support you attaining your Goals and Objectives. We develop a customized Success Plan that provides the structure to walk your path.

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