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Brent Woodall Foundation For Exceptional Children

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Autism, Disabilities, Health

Mission: The mission of the brent woodall foundation is to empower parents of children with autism and developmental disabilities and to encourage their involvement in their children's therapy by providing educational training, customized academic and behavioral plans, psychological assessments, and modest financial support.

Programs: Bwf outreach program provides technical training and education to parents and helps them create custom treatment plans to meet their children's needs. Parents are provided tools and training to treat their children with activities such as social groups, intensive intervention programs, speech therapy and social skills camps. Parents and children have various approaches to treating and improving their children's behavior, outlook and interaction skills.

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4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Rating: 1

Upper staff employees feel that they can talk to you any kind of way.
You never get told a thank-you or a you're doing a great job.
Upper staff are best friends with the boss so it's very hard to make a complaint against them because it'll be your word against theirs.
Carley and Irina are great.
Even though there are a lot of races that work there I still feel like there is some racism.
You only have one-two weeks to learn 10 years of ABA therapy and they get mad at you if you don't know it quickly.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Brent Woodall Foundation has been such a blessing for our family. Our son was diagnosed with autism in June of 2009 and ABA was recommended for treatment, along with speech therapy and PPCD. As we researched places to begin treatment, we were shocked at the costs. When we found out about Brent Woodall, we were relieved that they provided services at a reduced rate, but we were concerned about the quality of service. But the concerns were unwarranted. Two years later and my son, who is now 5, can say a complete sentence, requests his wants and needs, makes good eye contact, socializes, and his behavior has improved remarkably. Tracy is always willing to help with any problems or questions we have. I honestly don't know what we would have done without them.


Client Served

Rating: 5

Brentwoodall Foundation For Exceptional Children is a nonprofit organization and co-founder by Tracy Pierce Bender.
The school is heartfelt warming and children friendly environment. I could not say enough about the hard working staff. They are so committed and worked deligently day after day to make sure each individual child succeed with his or her own unique challenges.
I, for one, as a parent for a 4 years old boy whom was diagnosed with PDD had been in BWF for almost 2 years and a half. He was non verbal and had no receptive language. I can honestly say working with his "guardian angel" Tracy, and through the intense of ABA, he is now verbal and has great receptive language and understanding. There will be more challenges ahead, but I know since we are at BWF, we are providing the best education and treatment for our son. There is hope after all. We are fortunate to be involved with BWF. It was the best decision we had made.
Thanks to BWF for all your endless efforts in helping these exceptional children. I highly recommend BWF to any parents who have children with Austism.


Client Served

Rating: 5

The BWF has taken such good care of my daughter, who has autism. She has been receiving ABA therapy for a year now at the BWF and she has made great progress. The BWF offers a lot to the family with a special needs child. I highly recommend them.