GZM Autism and Disability Coaching

UPDATED: January 22, 2021

I am a Disability provider serving people with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD, and Chronic illness. I teach Social Skills, Communication Skills, Life & Coping Skills, Independent Living and College/Career Development. Many of my clients look for help in the areas of social interaction, relationships, interview skills, getting and keeping employment, self confidence and learning how to communicate effectively. My clients are an active participant in reaching their life goals and learn the skills needed to gain their true potential!
I offer private individual and/or group sessions focused on individual needs. My background in Vocational Rehabilitation working with people with disabilities facilitates my expertise in goal setting and achievement through a person centered approach. I will work with you to identify your true potential that will drive goal planning & positive outcomes.
If you are a parent or person living with a disability diagnosis reach out today! I provide virtual sessions on a sliding scale. Together, we can build a step by step plan to address your life goals and aspirations. I will work with you and your family to get the support and services you need to achieve your personal goals.

  • Languages:
  • English
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5 Kimberly St
Jackson , NJ 08527
United States






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