Premier agencies, organizations, and providers to ensure families receive the best possible support.
I have collaborated with the founders of A Shared Vision for many years and was excited when they started this exceptional nonprofit organization to provide in-home and community services to families of infants and toddlers who are blind or visually impaired. They value a multidisciplinary approach and work to integrate my or other doctors’ recommendations into their treatment plans to ensure their clients have the best opportunity to make the most of their lives.”
Local EI Programs and Community Centered Board Partners
Community Centered Boards (CCBs) provide case management services to assist people in accessing necessary services and supports to meet their developmental needs. Services include intake, eligibility determination, service plan development, arrangement for services, delivery of services, service and support coordination, monitoring, any safeguards necessary to prevent conflict of interest between case management and direct service provision, and termination and discharge from services.