Special Needs Guidance Support

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Supporting individuals with special needs and their families during the transition from school to adulthood

Realizing that this population faces unique challenges and requires special attention, I sought out to create an agency that places clients and their families at the center of the transition process. As such, I provide tailored secondary transition services for students approaching the end of high school, as well as positive parenting services for families seeking behavioral intervention through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). 

In addition, I can work directly with school and government entities to provide services to families who qualify for school-sponsored assessments and public funding. As a certified Independent Facilitator (IF), I can help to create and implement your child’s Person-Centered Plan and help them enter The Self-Determination Program. And if you’ve been granted an Independent Education Evaluation (IEE) through your child’s school, I am qualified to perform transitional/vocational IEEs, as well as Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA). 

Having started my career as a special needs teacher and then working my way through both the private and public sectors—including as a director developing and supervising adult programs through the Regional Center and Department of Rehabilitation—I am highly knowledgeable of the many options your family has to ensure a smooth transition for your child. 

My customized approach honors the story of every client and takes each family’s unique circumstances into consideration. And I help my clients to thrive by empowering them to cultivate the individual skill sets, strengths, talents, and dreams that will set them up for success. 

Claudia Cares Places Each Client At The Center Of The Equation

If you are the parent of a child in need of secondary transition services or positive parenting through ABA, I can provide tailored guidance that will honor your family’s needs. And if your family qualifies for an IEE, FBA, or Person-Centered Planning, I am certified to help. 

If interested in my services, please contact me

Claudia Wenger is a Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) serving individuals with special needs and their families in the state of California. Claudia has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Special Education and maintains teaching credentials for both the special and general ed populations. 

Claudia is qualified to provide Positive Parenting services through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and secondary transition consulting services for students planning their transition from high school. In addition, Claudia can perform Independent Education Evaluations (IEE), as well as Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA) for students in need of behavioral intervention. And she is also certified as an Independent Facilitator (IF) for Person-Centered Planning. 

More information about Claudia’s services can be found by clicking on the links below or by contacting her for a discovery call to see if she can help.  

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Preparing your child for adulthood is essential.  If you’re having trouble guiding your child with disabilities on the path to independence, positive parenting offers tools for success.

If you have a child in their teens with disabilities, secondary transition consulting can help your family create a plan to support your child to enter adulthood. 

Working with an independent facilitator can ensure that your child successfully transitions into the Self-Determination Program at the California Regional Center.

I provide Independent Educational Evaluations to support your child’s learning as well as FBA’s and transition assessments in the Los Angeles surrounding area.

I created The Secondary Transition Checklist to clarify the process of assisting children with disabilities transition to adulthood.

Claudia works with a broad range of individuals with varying needs, abilities and disabilities:

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Developmental disabilities (DD)
Intellectual disabilities (ID)
Down syndrome
Cerebral palsy
Traumatic brain injury
Asperger syndrome (AS)
Learning disabilities (LD)