Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Therapy, And Physical Therapy for Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other special needs

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B.I.A.N.C.A. is a San Diego based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established to provide funds for physical, psychological and occupational therapy for autistic children in need and to support autism research and cures.

B.I.A.N.C.A. was formed to be a conduit for families coping with Autism Spectrum Disorders and services that enhance each child’s development, enabling autistic children to grow up to be a productive member of the community.

Learn more about B.I.A.N.C.A. here.

Social Fusion Center

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Social Fusion Center has teamed up with Addie’s AutismFITT Club, who provides Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Physical Therapy for children with special needs. Any or all of these therapies can be infused into our program and you’ll be provided with a daily report for therapies received from Addie’s AutismFITT Club. Now there is no more need to run around town after work to get OT, PT, and/or Speech Therapy for your child, and instead that valuable time can be spent with your family as you see fit!



The EFMP assists Marine Families in managing the dual demands of a Marine Corps career and the special needs of a family member. The program ensures that the family will be assigned to a location where appropriate services exist to support the special needs of the EFM.

Check out the paddle boarding clinic we were invited to hold for EFMP MCRD families here.

Exceptional Family Member Program MCAS Miramar

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The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program per MCO P1754.4B. The aim of the program is to help monitors at Headquarters Marine Corps ensure consideration of family members with long-term medical needs (including physical and emotional) or any special education needs of the Exceptional Family Member in the assignment process. The family member must be enrolled in DEERS/MCTFS and reside with sponsor (exceptions include geographical bachelors and family members receiving inpatient care or living in an educational setting).

April 25, 2015 Military Appreciation Event at Addie's AutismFITT Club Mission Valley.

Positive Behavior Supports Corporation


PBS Corp is an agency committed to the principles of positive behavior support (an approach based on principles of applied behavior analysis) to improve not only behavior, but also quality of life for our clients and their families. We provide individualized services for people with disabilities and behavioral challenges, including those with autism. We contract with doctoral, masters, and bachelor-level behavior analysts and behavior assistants, providing ongoing supervision to ensure adherence to positive behavior support principles and practices. PBS Corp’s services are designed to meet the unique needs of the individuals to help them function effectively in home, school, and community environments.

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Walden Family Services

Walden Family Services

Walden Family Services, a private, non-profit California corporation, was founded in 1976 to provide quality care for abused and neglected children in residential group homes. In 1983, Walden transitioned into foster care and pioneered one of California’s first “Treatment Foster Care” programs to offer children and teenagers an alternative to group home placements. Walden expanded its foster care program in 1994 to include services for children with developmental disabilities.

Click HERE to visit their site.

Kibbles Rockin' Clubhouse

NoteAbilities® presents Kibbles Rockin' Clubhouse: Expressing Yourself, an award-winning DVD that teaches children with autism and other special needs basic social skills using visuals, songs, peer modeling, and fun games that encourage viewer participation. Expressing Yourself, encourages expression using your voice and your body. The hosts Handy Sam & Miss Angela, along with the loveable puppet dog Kibbles, teach greetings, talk about feelings and how to respond to "no", calming strategies, and more in a very engaging clubhouse setting. Come join the fun inside Kibbles Rockin' Clubhouse!

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Autism Tree Project Foundation

Creating brighter futures for children with autism...

autismtreeThe Autism Tree Project Foundation was created in April of 2003, by Dayna and Todd Hoff, as a way to help build community awareness for autism. Their goal is to give children on the autism spectrum a voice. Additionally, they hope to build community compassion towards the parents and families of these special children. They also want to fight for a cure for autism.

Ultimately, Todd and Dayna want to help build the CAN DO (Center for Autism and Neurological Disorders) at UCSD. This center would provide a road map for families trying to cope with a new diagnosis of a neurological disorder. The road map would give them an appropriate plan for treatment and therapy. "This kind of resource would have been invaluable to our family when we received our diagnosis, and we hope it will soon be available to other families coping with similar news" said Todd and Dayna.

ATPF's current focus is the National Poster Campaign and the Preschool Screening Program. They are committed to finding a cure for autism through community awareness, research and education. "We hope that by touching one family at a time, we can build a united front for the faces of autism in San Diego."

Click HERE to visit their site.

ACT Today


ACT Today! is a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise awareness and provide treatment services and support to families to help their children with autism achieve their full potential. Learn more:

Remodel Your Body


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Addie's Studio has been involved in raising money and awareness for Autism research for the last three years. Her Remodel Your Body (RYB) for Autism Challenge began in 2007 and has since raised over $60,000 in money that has gone to support associations and foundations that appropriate money towards research for autism.

RYB is an annual fundraising event that challenges participants to lose the most amount of body fat in 8 weeks in comparison to others who have entered the competition. The entry fee is $100 and a body composition test is performed at the beginning of the challenge and at the end. All proceeds raised are donated to an association or foundation that supports autism. In the past Addie's has worked with the Autism Society of America (ASA) and most recently she has teamed up with Dayna Hoff and the Autism Tree Project Foundation (ATPF).

RYB Challenge 2010 introduced a new program directly targeted toward children called "Move Your Body. This program is offered in a child friendly way directed by trainers at the same time their parents are participating in the adult fitness boot camp. The kids that are participating are affected by autism, while some are typical siblings and/or peers and their excitement and enthusiasm is easily recognizable by their smiles and involvement in the activities.

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