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Fred Finch CARES - Bridges of San Mateo

ABA Therapy, Psychiatrists, Early Intervention + 4 more
  • Location Address: 126 West 25th Avenue, Suite 200 | San Mateo, CA 94403-2208
  • reviews Rating: 2.00 (1 reviews)
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0-21 years old
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About Fred Finch CARES - Bridges of San Mateo

Fred Finch CARES. Setting the Standard for Thorough Developmental Assessment and Supportive Services for Children and Their Families in Southern California. CARES offers coordinated, comprehensive treatment and support services for individuals living with autism, neurodevelopmental disorders and co-occurring mental health concerns. Utilizing research-based interventions and best practices, our programs are individualized to meet the specific needs of those we serve. CARES serves participants ages 0-26 years old. Visit our website for a full list of services.;


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  • ABA Therapy ABA Therapy
  • checked icon Psychiatrists
  • Beaming Health Camps Early Intervention
  • Beaming Health Diagnostic Evaluations Social Skills Training
  • checked icon Parent Training
  • Diagnostic Evaluations Diagnostic Evaluations
  • checked icon Mental Health

Conditions Supported

  • checked icon Autism

Care Settings

  • In-home
  • In-school

Age Ranges Served

  • person icon 0-21 years old

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Education and Training

  • Education badge Bachelor’s Psychology, University of Southern California
  • Education badge Master’s of Social Work, San Diego State University


  • English
  • Spanish

126 West 25th Avenue, Suite 200, CA, 94403-2208

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  • orange phone icon (650) 286-2090, ext. 237
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fred finch is not fair.One of the workers is lazy.My brother and I did behavior charts with one of the workers and My cousins mom.The worker said he emailed...

Eeman A.
13 April 2013

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