Located in Bellevue, Washington, the Kindering Center provides care and education to infants and children with special needs, such as those with autism spectrum disorder. The recipient of the Seattle Foundation Chairman's Award, the Safeco Rudy Award, and four Duncan Awards from Seattle's Children Hospital, this facility has acquired numerous honors throughout its history. 

Individuals interested in enrolling their child in the Kindering Center must go through an intake process. The first step involves professionals testing the toddler's cognitive, communication, physical, and emotional development. If the child qualifies, a Family Resource Coordinator will organize a meeting between the facility's staff and the parents to develop a plan of action. Services available at the Kindering Center include early childhood special education, speech and language therapy, physical and occupational therapy, and early intervention. 

About the Author: For several years, Jonathan Milstein has tended to clients as an attorney and as the owner of Puget Sound Professional Legal Services. Milstein volunteers at the Kindering Center.
 



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