First and foremost, communication is key. We need to know as much as we can about your child, including information about any medical conditions he or she may have, food sensitivities, and what motivates your child. We ask that you continue to consistently communicate relevant changes with your clinical team throughout your child's enrollment. Second, we ask that you follow through at home with any behavioral procedures implemented at the school. Family training is a key component to every treatment plan and your program coordinator will support you in implementing goals at home effectively and consistently. Third, we ask that you engage in as many family workshops provided by the school as possible. Workshops are selected to provide resources that directly benefit our families, as well as provide opportunities for families to network with one another. We also host a variety of events to encourage community building and fellowship that we encourage you to attend. Family members can also join the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) which coordinates events for students and staff, fundraising, parent volunteering and much more.