My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Sean Ashley House, Houston, TX, USA
My autistic son lived in one of their HCS homes for about 7 years. In 2005 he became emotionally unstable and needed to be hospitalized. Before the ambulance arrived, the police came. Because my son is unable to answer questions much at all, he became even more agitated when questioned by the police. After that occurred The Sean Ashley House sought to have the Houston police department trained to handle special needs of autistic individuals; Dennis Debbaubt presented his " Autism Risk and Safety Management for Law Enforcement" to them. Now that training is required by most of the police force. And the way they now handle incidents involving autistic persons has improved.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The new day hab shows the vision of CEO, Kelly Benson. She has made it into one of the best facilities I have seen. The sensory room is fantastic. This year new activities have been held to give the clients new experiences and plenty of fun.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Seek to increase the donations so that more funds would be available to continue to improve the quality of care for all the clients.
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How did you learn about this organization?
In 2003 my son became one of their clients; he stayed there about 7 years.
What is this organization's top short-term priority?
Providing quality care for the clients.
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