We work with a network of trusted psychologists.
Once approved for a scholarship, choose a psychologist from the list below to get scheduled for your free autism diagnostic evaluation. You can reach out to them directly to check availability.
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Sarah Blank is a mother of three boys. Two of her sons are on the autism spectrum and the third has an ADHD diagnosis. Sarah has been navigating the ALTCS and DDD systems since her oldest son’s autism diagnosis in 2010. Her children receive a variety of services and supports, including OT, PT, Speech therapy, ABA therapy, DIY Floortime, Music therapy and horse therapy. Additionally, Sarah’s children have been recipients of the ESA scholarship since 2018. She is well versed in the program. Sarah lives in the West Valley and is comfortable with any method of contact, including in person, via zoom, text and email or phone calls. Sarah is constantly searching for ways to support and engage her children. She is passionate and excited to help families find the services and support that they need for their children.
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Goldie Byerly is a devoted Mother and Grandmother who has been working tirelessly with the Hispanic community for over two decades in various capacities. Her passion lies in helping families in different ways, empowering them to take charge of their own lives and achieve their best results.
For more than ten years, Goldie has been serving as a Bilingual Developmental Specialist Instructor for ACT/Azeip. She constantly strives to improve her skills and knowledge by participating in training courses across different areas in order to provide the best possible resources to those she serves. Goldie holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling with a focus on Early Childhood and a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education with a Specialization in Social Services and a Minor in Linguistics. When she’s not working, Goldie enjoys attending seminars on various subjects, taking short trips, socializing with friends and family, attending church, playing with her dogs, and exploring local libraries, theaters, concerts, coffee shops, and restaurants.
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Meagan Lougee is a mother of multiple special needs children. She understands first hand the emotional and physical stress is takes to navigate through the state programs and believes that no one should have to do it alone. Every autistic child’s need is different and she can help provide you support. Over the years, Meagan has helped dozens of families navigate DDD/Altcs/therapies/services and multiple learning disabilities. Her goal is to provide all the information to the parents and let the parents choose the best plan for their kids. She resides in the east valley and available for in person/zoom/phone calls.
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Melissa Stennis (she/her) is the mother of two boys ages 10 and 5. The first born being diagnosed as ASD-2 at the age of 3. She learned the hard way why it’s so critical to get the help you need while obtaining services through the state of Arizona for your special child. Melissa’s family is very active in the community. She is confident that she can help you gain services and support with DDD, ALTCS, school choice/IEP’s, and even connect you to organizations in the valley that celebrate our kids’ journeys with fun gatherings and activities. She lives in North Phoenix and can support in person and virtual connections. She has helped dozens of families navigate the system with success. It truly takes a village.
Melissa Suzarrey, M. Ed
Melissa Suzarrey has been in the Early Intervention field for over 20 years. She has been
working as a Bilingual Developmental Specialist for 14 years in the Arizona Early Intervention
Team Based Model Program. She has also worked as a Bilingual Educator in the classroom and
as a home visitor for several programs in the Valley. She has extensive experience working with
children with special needs including Autism and serves a diverse community all over the
Central Phoenix Area. Her expertise is in relationship building and helping children and families
get the services that they need. She is bilingual in Spanish and English. Melissa is also the
mother of two boys. She is very resourceful and familiar with the eligibility process of The
Division of Developmental Disabilities DDD, Arizona Long Term Care Services ALTCS and Social
Security. Recently, she has helped families access ABA services and additional therapies in clinics
throughout the valley. Melissa lives in Central Phoenix and is comfortable meeting in person and
over zoom. She is very flexible and is excited to help families access multiple services and find
the support needed for their children.