Special Needs Organizing

$1,097.00

Do you parent a child with special needs and feel overwhelmed?

Home Key Organization can help!

With ten years of experience in the education field, Stacy has unique insight into organizing for special needs children.

Within this session we can review needs and goals for homework spaces, therapy space and paperwork

The Special Needs Organizing package includes:

  • Initial Phone Consultation
  • In-person Consultation (up to one hour)
  • Review of IEP/IFSP Goals with parent to construct personalized action plan
  • Personalized filing plan for necessary child-related paperwork
  • Up to Four Hours of Hands-on Organizing Time
  • Personal Shopping Time for Any Organizing or Play Therapy Items
  • Mileage (Up to 45 mile radius)
  • Subscription to Home Key Organization’s Newsletter “Unlocking Serenity”
  • Maintenance Plan

We provide specialized services to special needs families–from paperwork organization to home set-up for homework spaces, therapy space, play spaces and more!

**Stacy offers a limited number of organization sessions per year to families with special needs children at a discounted rate.  Please contact her at stacy@homekeyorganization.com for details.**

Description

Do you parent a child with special needs and feel overwhelmed?  We can help!  With over ten years of experience in the education field, Stacy has unique insight into organizing for special needs children.

This package includes:

  • 90-minute in person consultation
  • Review of IEP/IFSP to examine short term and long term goals to inform design of the environment
  • Custom written organization plan for child’s bedroom, play area, eating area and toileting area
  • Two four-hour organization sessions
  • 1 hour parent/caregiver coaching session on how to thrive in the newly organized environment

The pricing for this package is for clients within the Seattle area.

Contact us at stacy@homekeyorganization.com for pricing outside of the Seattle area.

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