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Senior & Disabled Care



Quick special needs/disabilities PT
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Quick special needs/disabilities PT

ODSP Help
QuicksterVeteran
I am excited to get out there and help people, it's hard to get into contact with those who could benefit from my help and I hope I can start here.
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ODSP Help

Skilled Nursing consultation
Simbi is the way business should be done with skills as the primary currency. I'm very excited about this idea of trading skills online. I hope I do well here!
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Skilled Nursing consultation

30 minute autism parent mentor sesh
Veteran
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30 minute autism parent mentor sesh

Activity planning for Senior Adults
QuicksterVeteran
I believe people are inherently valuable and the things we have to offer are worth more than the monetary value assigned. I'm excited to offer my skills and to benefit too!
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Activity planning for Senior Adults

Treat Autism or Epilepsy- CBD/THC
QuicksterStarTalentedHelper
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Treat Autism or Epilepsy- CBD/THC

Autism Information
QuicksterStarTalentedHelper
I'm excited to use simbi because I want to get to know more people and to use my skills to help others.
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Autism Information

Special need parent support
Helper
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Special need parent support

Autistic autism advice
StarTalentedHelper
I do a good bit of writing and editing, both for myself and others, and sometimes I want another set of eyes on my writing, so the idea that I can trade editing for editing or writing for editing s...
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Autistic autism advice

Resources for Disabled Loved Ones
QuicksterVeteranTalented
I love helping people and the whole idea of lending the skills I have to help someone else. This site is a great idea!
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Resources for Disabled Loved Ones

Disability Consulting
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Disability Consulting

Ask A Speech Therapist
QuicksterStarTalentedHelper
I'm excited to use simbi because I want to get to know more people and to use my skills to help others.
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Ask A Speech Therapist