My clients are the reason I’m in business. Here are some of the great things they’ve said about me.

I’ll do everything I can to make sure you’re a satisfied customer, too!

You have touched the lives of many and have empowered many more parents than you realize. You touched my heart one day when I needed inspiration and have been an empowered bull since in ARDs. I still remember you saying that we as parents are our child’s voice. You said to find it and speak up on their behalf, because, they can’t. Those words still live in my heart today, and that was about 5 years ago, friend! Sometimes in order to change the world, it takes touching one heart at a time. I have done my best to pay it forward. You are one in a million. You are a wonderful soul that I swear, I hope keeps speaking and inspiring. My child has benefited from such a speech. I would like to see you write a book!


Cynthia has helped me to navigate the school system, and even posed at our ARD meetings as our advocate for approx 88 hours of ARD’s before we filed for due process several years back. She has provided me with eye opening information regarding insurance, it’s coverages, and how to navigate through the system and it’s protocols. She has offered me countless recipes and her kitchen expertise when we went GFCFSF many years ago. And finally, she has been a POWERHOUSE of a friend–always offering emotional support when I asked for it, a shoulder to cry on when I needed it, and reinforcement when I deserved it.


I just wanted her to be my eyes and ears at the ARD (IEP) meeting yet she did so much more.  She tried to bridge the communication gap and tried to organize the district at her end to figure out exactly what 20 signs they taught Patrick that year because they really didn’t. Had she not done all these things, it would not have set the stage for us to withdraw him. Her help set the stage for the district to pay for his private placement without going to due process or mediation.

People who aren’t familiar with her also need to know that she is one of the key players in getting the legislation passed for Texas to cover autism on insurance.