Where to Seek Help for Disability Services
Mar. 11, 2022Updated Jul. 18, 2022
Getting services is the most important thing you can do while waiting on getting into a clinic or getting a diagnosis. Kathryn Smith, RN, MN, DrPH, of the Boone Fetter Clinic and Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Keck School of Medicine of USC, says that Early Start, Regional Center, and special education are three great places to start when first seeking help.
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