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Q: What Kind Of Services Does Stone Soup Group Offer

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A: Stone Soup Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving families raising children who experience developmental disabilities or complex medical conditions.

Stone Soup Group offers a variety of programs and services, including:

  • Parent Navigation:Helping families connect to supports, answering questions, sharing resources.
  • School Support: For those moments when you need some extra support in the room or to be more familiar with your rights.
  • Parent Training:Training sessions on diverse topics are offered to parents on a monthly basis. Call-in options are generally offered.
  • Behavior Support: Assistance dealing with challenging behaviors.
  • Activities for Youth: An opportunity for kids ages 8 and up to share the joy of playing Wii games together in a safe, family-friendly environment.

Check our programs and services page for a full list.

Fostering Your Child’s Curiosity About The World Around Them

Welcome to Stone Soup!

Stone Soup is a high quality, licensed , home-based child care located near Fairview Ave. in Goleta. We serve infants , toddlers and preschoolers.

Our Philosophy:

We understand the importance of early childhood development and remain committed to providing a high quality program which is positive, enriching, and nurturing. At Stone Soup we take a “well-rounded” approach. We offer an environment which stimulates growth in the cognitive, physical, language, social, creative, and emotional areas of development. We believe it is important to foster each child’s natural curiosity and love for learning by offering a fun, loving, and supportive environment in which to learn and grow!

We respect each child as an individual and adapt our teaching to meet their varied ways of learning. We want every child to feel important and successful. We also want each childs culture to be validated as part of the Stone Soup community and do so by celebrating, as well as learning about, others cultures.

Because consistency, routine, and stability are so important for children, we ask for at least a one year commitment at Stone Soup. The children build amazing bonds with their peers/teachers and we become much like an extended family. Here are some things to consider before making a decision . . .

* Does our program philosophy regarding children align with yours?

* Does our location work for you?

* Do our schedule options/times fit your needs?

Stone Soup Child Care Programs

Details and information displayed here were provided by this business and may not reflect its current status. We strongly encourage you to perform your own research when selecting a care provider.

Details and information displayed here were provided by this business and may not reflect its current status. We strongly encourage you to perform your own research when selecting a care provider.


Program Details

Costimate261/weekAt, we realizethat cost of care is a big consideration for families. That’swhy we are offering an estimate which is based on an average ofknown rates charged by similar businesses in the area. Foractual rates, contact the business directly.

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Q: Is There A Cost For Stone Soup Group Workshops

A: Most of the workshops/training at Stone Soup Group are free of for families. In the event that we need to attach a cost to a workshop, it is usually because the course is several weeks long, or requires special efforts or supplies. If you would like to attend a training with a fee and are unable to cover the cost, contact Stone Soup Group for a waiver. Professional Trainings do have fees associated with them.

Q: What Are Private Therapies And Why Are They Important

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A: Children with autism greatly benefit from speech, occupational and physical therapy sessions. Private therapy is individualized and comprehensive. Trained therapists work individually with children on important skill development techniques. Private therapy sessions also create a valuable team approach and offer parents the opportunity to learn with their child and how to best support their child at home and in the community. Private therapy is different from the therapy provided in the school setting. Denali Kid Care or TEFRA can pay 100% of the cost of private therapies.

Private therapists may have a wait list but it is important to call and get on the waitlist. Once you begin therapy sessions, you will have regular, weekly appointments that will greatly benefit your child. To see a list of family-recommended service providers, visit our Provider List page.

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Q: Does Stone Soup Group Have A List Of Endorsed Or Recommended Service Providers

A: Not exactly. What we do have is a list of service providers on our radar. Providers that are marked with a star have been recommended by other families who have personally worked with them. Stone Soup Group does not endorse any particular service providers, but we know it is important for families to be able to make recommendations to other families. Visit our Provider List page to see what is out there. Please note: these may be updated over the years and if we continue to hear negative comments about a particular provider they may lose their family recommended status.

Q: What Are The Monthly Update Emails

A: The Monthly Update emails are electronic newsletters sent out by Stone Soup Group. The Monthly Update is full of news and workshops that are helpful to parents and professionals who care for children with special needs. Stone Soup Group only includes information that would be relevant to the disability community in Alaska.

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Why We Will No Longer Be A Welcoming Church

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Weve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. Were giving it up. Like so many congregations, weve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people

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To ensure year-to-year consistency, the Encompass Rating Systems Finance & Accountability beacon analyzes the three-year average of some data provided through the IRS Form 990.Charity Navigator does not currently have the data required from e-filed IRS Forms 990 for Stone Soup Child Care Programs under the EIN: 95-4044279. This indicates that Stone Soup Child Care Programs may still be filing paper Forms 990.

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About Stone Soup Child Care Program:

Established in 1987, Stone Soup Child Care Program is located at 15910 Ventura Blvd Ste 1702 in Encino, CA – Los Angeles County and is a business listed in the categories Child Care & Day Care Services, Charitable & Non-Profit Organizations, Child Day Care Services and Child Care Service. After you do business with Stone Soup Child Care Program, please leave a review to help other people and improve hubbiz. Also, don’t forget to mention Hubbiz to Stone Soup Child Care Program.

Categories: Child Care & Day Care Services, Charitable & Non-Profit Organizations, Child Day Care Services and Child Care Service

Year Started: 1987

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Q: Does Stone Soup Group Serve All Of The United States

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A: No. Stone Soup Group serves families living in the State of Alaska. We may be able to provide support to military families transitioning in or out of Alaska or to families traveling outside the state for reasons related to their childs care. If you do not live in Alaska and you have a child with special needs you can go to to find resource agencies in your state.

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Q: What Is Ssi And Is My Child Eligible

A: Supplemental Security Income offers financial support to individuals with disabilities who meet the definition of disability criteria. You can apply for SSI over the phone by appointment the Social Security Administration will gather medical records. It is common for SSI to be denied when first applied for and is important to re-apply or file an appeal. Stone Soup Group is happy to help you with this process the first or second time! To make an appointment to apply SSI by phone, contact: 1-800-772-1213. More information is available at

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Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, etc.

Foundation Status:

Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public 170


Independent – the organization is an independent organization or an independent auxiliary .

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Q: Why Dont All Stone Soup Group Workshops Allow Participation By Teleconference

A: Most of our classes and support groups are available via distance delivery. A few courses dont translate well over the phone because of the hands-on materials presented. Please let us know if there is a training you are interested in but cannot attend. We may be able to provide that training when we are in your area.

Q: Where Does Stone Soup Group Get Their Funding

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A: We receive most of our funding from state and federal grants. We also have contracts with state and private organizations. There are fees associated with some trainings we provide. And of course, donations are a vital part of Stone Soup Groups funding! It takes a community! You can make a secure online donation to Stone Soup Group by Donating Now.

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Q: Ocs Told Me That I Have To Take A Parenting Class Does Stone Soup Group Offer A Parenting Class

A: No. Stone Soup Group does not offer parenting classes that will satisfy OCS or other regulation agencies. Stone Soup Group does offer workshops, such as Positive Solutions for Families, which helps parents who have children from birth to age 5 who have challenging behaviors. Our trainings do not satisfy OCS requirements for a parenting course however, we can refer you to organizations that do provide parenting classes.

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