We at Spectrum of Hope provide health, wellness and community services guided by our hearts, experiences, culture and unity to cultivate hope and wisdom!
To help those living with autism, related different abilities and our community realize their greatest sense of well-being by securing opportunities and experiences that build hope, health, and happiness!
Children and Youth with Autism and related developmental differences
Families and Caregivers
Community Members with whom we share our world!
Identification and Outreach:
Spectrum of Hope seeks to develop a knowledgeable community of multi-disciplinary professionals who identify or assist in the identification of children and youth with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and who make timely referrals for support and services.
Linkages to Support:
Spectrum of Hope with like-minded community partners seeks to grow an informed and diverse community of individuals living with or providing services to those living with autism who are able to easily access educational, medical, therapeutics and social supports over the life-span.
Greater Hope, Health and Wellbeing:
Ultimately, We aim to foster a diverse community of caregivers and family members living with autism and related developmental differences who are able to realize a greater and sustained sense of well-being as evidenced by self-reported levels of stress and community involvement.
Our Impact as a Social Purpose Entity
What is a Social Purpose Entity?
“A Social Purpose Entity is a company whose enduring reason for being is to create a better world. It is an engine for good, creating social benefits by the very act of conducting business. Its growth is a positive force in society.”
Autism Diagnostic and Special Needs Medical Consultations
Caregiver Support and Enrichment
Community Education, Professional Development and Consulting
Contact: Nataly Aguilar -301-355-0839
Family/ Caregiver Support and Enrichment
Contact: Brenda Reed-301-500-2656
Para asistencia en español,
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an outreach program for healthcare providers in partnership with the Prince George's County Health Department
Contact: Rhonda Mitchell at RLMitchell@co.pg.md.us
Meet our Team
Dr. Abila Tazanu, M.D.
Pediatrician and Autism/ Special Needs Medical Consultant, Mother of children with Autism
Brenda Reed, CNA
Certfied Nurse Assistant, Practice Manager, Guide and Mother of child with Autism
Lead Bilingual Family Guide and Care COOrdinator
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
Community Outreach Specialist and Physician Liaison, Prince George's County Health Department
Brenda Reed, C.N.A.
Brenda is a Certified Nursing Assistant and mother of an amazing son with autism. She is a deeply caring, honest and knowledgeable guide and coordinator. Brenda uses her lived experience to serve as our Practice Manager and Family Support Guide. She is the inspiration behind our name "Spectrum of Hope"
Autism and related different abilities place us on a journey that can not be taken alone.
Whether we live with or serve those with with different abilities, we must build connections that help us all realize our greatest potential as a community. We are grateful to have these community partners with whom we can support children, youth, families and ourselves as service providers!
Meet our Partners!
Main Phone: 301-375-0940
Community Outreach and Services:
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How to Prepare for your Appointment
Please complete you initial visit form prior to your child's/ youth's visit!
Spectrum of Hope is seeking participation in the following insurance networks. Once participation is approved, we will be happy to confirm current appointments and schedule new ones. As we expand, we will consider joining additional networks.
If you have any questions about coverage for your child's or youth's visit, please contact: Brenda@spectrum-hope.com