A child’s brain is in continual development. It is constantly growing and impacted by its environment, social connections and family; which continually stimulates its development.

Note from Publisher

As a parent of a child with behavior and special needs, I know how difficult and frustrating it can be to find the right help and or direction in which to help your child. I was inspired to create this page and to find a way to ‘splint’ the system, so that we can better help our children.

In dealing with whatever the problem at hand maybe you may wonder, where do I start?

  • Start with your Pediatrician (sometimes behavior issues can mask health concerns)
  • Then ask your pediatrician for referral to a therapist, if needed.
  • Check with your insurance. Often your insurance carrier may have provider recommendations.

Before choosing a therapist you might interview several to make sure you and your therapist will be a good match. The website below offers information as to what questions to ask the therapist. Once you click on it, scroll through 2 photos before the info comes up on,              How to Chose A Therapist.

Upcoming Events

Special Needs /special abilities Baseball & softball leagues

Spring Season  (ages 4-21 yr) For Kids with Special Needs

Choice of Beaumont or Banning Leagues

Games start as early as March 7th      Lots of Fun!!!

Cost $40 includes Jersey. Pictures & Award. Coaches & Buddies are Needed. Volunteers welcome.  To Register: Call De Ann’s 951-376-8818                      or Mike (951) 376-6677 to register.

Saturday Monthly Sport Camp for Special Needs

Saturday camp fun! Basketball, Dodge Ball, Soccer, Tennis, Board Games and Crafts. Ages 6 yr + with adult and older.

Continental breakfast and lunch (Pizza) provided. Kids younger may attend with parnets of child attending. Held in Hesperia.

Saturday Dates:

2nd & 4th Saturdays 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Call for your registration packet  (760) 998-2241

Jr. wheelchair basketball players

Any young person (5-18 yr) in elementary, middle or high school with lower extremity impairment disability is elgible to join the team. Have fun and gain physical endurance, strength and increased range of motion. Learn sportsmanship, better social skills and gain confidence. Games and practice Tues/Thurs in Moreno Valley. 

call Carl Vereen (248) 762-9742

If you or someone you know is experiencing a psychiatric emergency call 9 1 1 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room.
National Suicide Thoughts Crisis Line 1-800-799-4889
Behavior Health Main Office
Child (Abuse) Protective Services (CPS)
Medi-Cal Mental Health Access
~ Cares Line ~ 1-800-706-7500
Referrals for appropriate services, eligibility, outpatient and community resources
Behavior Health Main Office
In Crisis but don’t need 911?
American Association of Poison Control Centers
Call (800) 222-1222 Available 24 hours everyday


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