Ask us "4" Free

Tell us about your child or yourself:

1- What is the disability?

2- How does it affect your child or yourself?

3-What steps have you taken and what information have you gathered?

For example:

  • "The daycare suspects a disability but I do not have a diagnosis."
  • "I obtained therapies."
  • "I have coverage for therapies."
  • "I informed the school."
  • "I obtained a diagnosis from a neurologist/specialist/physician."
What are your concerns?

For example:

  • "What do I do now?"
  • "What do I do next?"
  • "Am I doing enough?"
  • "I have tried to obtain therapies but haven’t had any luck."
  • "I have spoken to the school but they haven’t done anything."
  • "I don’t understand why it's taking so long for the evaluation to be finished."
  • "What can I expect?"
  • "What do I do now to better prepare my child for their future?
  • "Am I on the right track?"

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Your "4" Free

questions/ 

4 emails from you

or 4000 characters (whichever happens first) where you share your concerns and ask questions. 

  • Use your emails wisely, include facts and details rather than the emotions that naturally accompany any concern.
  • As we receive each email, we will answer your questions and/or ask for clarification. This will create an ongoing exchange of emails in which we will strive to provide peer support, information and valuable recommendations.
  • We will always make an effort to respond quickly. However, instances will arise where we will not be able to do so. Therefore, we have established, as a company policy, that we will respond within 72 hours.
  • Please note that we do not help with emergencies nor can we guarantee a timely response to a time-sensitive issue.
  • Ask "4" free is an introductory offer and  limited to one per life time, per family.
Our collective life experience with a wide range of disabilities helps us develop a plan of action for you to follow that will give you peace of mind knowing that you have gained full awareness of what your options are in regards to school and community supports. 
Communication is strictly through email; we do not take or answer telephone calls.
  •  A customer service representative will be available for a telephone conversation should an issue (account and/or billing) not be resolved by a reasonable amount of email correspondence.
  •  Our customer service representatives are not knowledgeable about disabilities and therefore, will not be able to answer any questions in regards to disabilities.   
  • We are not a crisis center; we do not handle emergencies or answer questions that require a response by a predetermined date.

Ask For Free

Prepare your "4" Free question or 4 emails

or 4000 characters (whichever happens first) when you submit this form.
  • You must agree to our Terms of Serivce to continue.