Bridgeway House works with a variety of professionals, teachers, consultants, and specialists to deliver programs, services, and hope for children and their families.
Parenting Series with Mary Ann Winter-Messiers, PhD - This six week series provides guidance and support in the challenges of raising a child on with autism. Registration is open to parents, grandparents, and guardians. The group is limited to eight participants and preregistration is required. There is no cost for the series and free childcare is available. Contact Bridgeway House to find out when the next series begins.
Mothers with Daughters on the Spectrum Support Group – We offer a support group for mothers with daughters on the autism spectrum. Contact Bridgeway House to preregister for this group.
Tutoring – Tutoring is available with direct instruction in reading, math and other subjects.
Occupational Therapy – A licensed Occupational Therapist is available to assess and implement a plan for gross and fine motor skills, including Handwriting Without Tears.
Speech Therapy – A licensed Speech and Language Pathologist is available to work with your child.
Helping Other Parents through Education & Support (HOPES) – Parent Mentors are assigned to families with a new diagnosis who need help and support navigating the system for autism services. Contact Bridgeway House if you’d like to volunteer for HOPES or if you need support through HOPES.