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About As

Gifted People Services is a registered non-profit organization that provides training, support, resources, and respite services to families touched by developmental disabilities.
We empower these families with knowledge and advocacy skills, helping them to enjoy life to the fullest.

Services We Provide


Thank you to all of the therapists at Gifted People Services. My child's school teacher informed me that my child has made a lot of progress. Both the educational assistant and the teacher in special education mentioned that my child has started to listen to the teacher's instructions. Recently, I have also noticed that my child has started expressing her needs in simple language and has also tried to use the toilet by herself. As a mother, I am extremely happy and grateful for the teachers' efforts in helping my child. Thank you so much!

RJ's Parent

The services at Gifted People Services are very thorough, and the environment is beautiful. They have excellent COVID-19 precautions in place. Cindy and Sneha are very patient with the children. I feel that my child has learned a lot and made significant progress at the center. This is all thanks to the tireless efforts and patient guidance of the teachers. Whenever we encounter any problems, they promptly assist us. We are very grateful.

AL’s Parent

The teachers at the Gifted People Services are exceptional in their teaching methods, responsibility, and attentiveness towards children. Under the guidance of therapists Cindy, Vivian, and other competent therapists, my child has shown remarkable progress. I am happy about it, and I feel very satisfied with the learning environment. Also, I received great help and support from Michelle and Sara, despite my lack of proficiency in English, they patiently and attentively assisted me. I am very grateful for their assistance and guidance. Thank you.

AZ’s Parent

Every Child is Gifted

Sophia Qian

is a beautiful little girl who has been diagnosed with severe Autism and global developmental delay. Her intelligence is that of a 3-year-old. She is non-verbal but can understand basic instructions. Because of the challenges Sophia faces, it took much longer than usual for her to learn these simple skills:   - Three months to point using her index finger   - One year to spoon-feed herself   - One and a half years to swim at a basic level   - Two years to be toilet trained   - Ten years to say “Mama”


Kenny Dai

is a boy who has severe Autism. He came to our center in January 2013.  His mom told us Kenny has no interest in anything. We found out that he was very interested in music. We decided to teach him the keyboard and his mother thought Kenny wouldn't like it. In the first class,
he was using one finger to play the keyboard. From the third class, he could spread his fingers apart but lifted his hand after. From the fifth class, he was able to rotate his fingers and made sounds. 3 months later, he could play simple songs with both hands. 


Their stories are not unique. We have more than 1000 children at our centerthat face similar challenges.

1 in 50

Children Diagnosed


Waitlists for OAP

2-4 Y

Time to Wait

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