Advocacy in the adult world of special needs is about knowledge, teamwork and communication. Knowing what your loved one is rightfully entitled to while living in a group home is critical. It is equally important to establish a friendly and healthy relationship with the rest of the team involved in their care. And knowing how, when and with whom to communicate is vitally important in order to provide the best possible life for your loved one.
Don’t have the time to advocate for your loved one? We can help make their life better. And yours too.
“Absolutely amazing how stress-less and peaceful life can be when your special needs child is in a placement that meets their needs with people that take an interest in their well-being and want to help.
Thanks to Craig Marcott, I am now able to live my life.
-Theresa Rorick, Parent