Caring for a loved one with an intellectual disability brings about unique challenges.
The AADD Family Support Center helps families navigate the issues involved with caring for a loved one with an intellectual disability such as transitioning out of the school system, helping aging parents set up a long-term care plan for their child, providing strategies to address behavioral issues, giving waiver application assistance and serving as an advocate for the transition IEP process.
The center uses a fee-based model to provide community programs and direct services to families caring for a loved one with a developmental disability. Our Family Support Center team aims to say “yes” to families when they reach out for help.
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The AADD Family Support Center
125 Clairemont Avenue, Suite 300
- Madeline Griffin, Family Support Center Coordinator: Madeline@aadd.org
- Melissa Perlman, Family Support Center Social Worker: Melissa@aadd.org
- Michael Stinson, Manager of Recreation and Wellness: Michael@aadd.org