“Often times when a child is diagnosed with a disorder such as autism, parents have little to no guidance in picking the right provider,” said Sara Gershfeld, special educator and founder of Love My Provider.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) August 18, 2015
Love My Provider today announced the re-launch of its website which aims to ease the process of finding the best health care and service providers for individuals with special needs. The site was created by a behavior analyst and offers the largest national directory of special needs providers available online. The enhanced version features easier navigation, a city based search, better visibility for verified providers and a partnership with Behavioral Health Center of Excellence to help parents find the right provider for their child in the most expedient and hassle-free fashion.
“Often times when a child is diagnosed with a disorder such as autism, parents have little to no guidance in picking the right provider,” said Sara Gershfeld, special educator and founder of Love My Provider. “Our mission is to facilitate that process by giving parents the information needed to make the best choice for their family.”
Love My Provider’s database is broken up by location as well as types of service, which include applied behavior analysis (ABA), occupational, physical and speech therapy. Parents are able to search for providers, while reading protected reviews from other parents and sharing their own feedback.
The site is mobile friendly and allows providers to see statistics, receive reviews, become a featured listing, add up to 20 locations, post deals and promotions, access 24/7 service and support, display map and street views, post video and image galleries, display hours of operation, business amenities, website and phone number.
About Love My Provider
Love My Provider was founded in 2011 by Sara Gershfeld, a special educator and behavior analyst. After serving the special needs community at schools and regional centers for over 10 years, she decided to develop a website with a comprehensive database that would help parents find quality providers to better address the needs and concerns of those affected by autism and other special needs. For more information, visit http://www.lovemyprovider.com.