Testimonials

“Thank you for everything you’ve done for our family.  You have truly helped the boys grow in so many ways! We will miss working with you.”

Army spouse PCSing from Ft. Carson (mother to 3 and 4-year-olds with ASD and PICA)

“I am grateful for their help at our son’s IEP. It turned out really great. I never know what to expect plus now everyone is on the same page.”

Mom of a 3rd grade student in a D20 elementary school

““We followed Angela’s recommendations to help with toileting and for the first time, our son is wearing underwear all day every day, even at school!”

Parent of an 8-year-old boy with autism

“Our son has grown so much in the last two years; it is amazing and it’s all thanks to you! We are forever grateful we got to have you in our lives.”

Dad and Mom of a School District 8 preschooler

“We love what the ladies at CONetDD do with our son. His surgeons and other specialists at Children’s Hospital in Denver complimented him on his ‘great attitude about doing hard things’. His willingness to participate fully in physical therapy has gotten so much better since starting ABA.””

Mom of an 11-year-old with cerebral palsy

Celebrating success big and small!

3-year-old with autism showed his BCBA he can read! 12/2020

6th grade male with cerebral palsy independently transferred from his bed to his wheelchair to take himself to the bathroom when he woke this morning for the first time! 04/2021

8 year old with autism is no longer wearing pull-ups! 09/2021

6 year old with autism and echolalia is appropriately requesting help and breaks from his RBT during therapy sessions and his challenging behaviors have decreased by 50%! 10/2021

Non-verbal 8-year-old with autism is using his iPad to request highly preferred items and activities with 3-word sentences. 10/2021 (There are different ways non-verbal people can communicate with the people around them. These systems and devices are collectively called Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) and may include high tech devices such as iPads as well as non-electronic options including sign, gestures, written words, symbols and picture exchange).