Identifying ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities
PACE's business model is different. My partners are not employees; we are independent, skilled specialists who come together as a team to offer the comprehensive and expert assistance you need.
Rev. Elena Thomas is an independent Community Behavioral Health provider with the Board of Developmental Disabilities. She owns an agency that provides waiver and non-waiver services. Rev. Thomas is a Direct Service Professional (DSP) who works directly with people who have intellectual or developmental disabilities. Rev. Thomas also provides Homemaker/Personal Care (HPC) supports to help clients be more independent while meeting their daily living needs.
National Provider Identifier/NPI # 1619461340
Medicaid Provider Number/MPN # 0290417
Department of Developmental Disabilities Certification #2578374
John Cook has worked as a School Psychologist within school systems for 14 years and has worked in private practice for 10 years. Mr. Cook has administered hundreds of psychoeducational evaluations across all ages, including early childhood and adults. Mr. Cook's expertise has been dedicated to the identification of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Intellectual Disability, Specific Learning Disabilities, and various other developmental disabilities that may impact an individual's learning or behaviors across the lifetime. Mr. Cook is also trained and certified in administering the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2) for autism evaluations.
John Cook, Ed.S. M.Ed.
Ohio Board of Psychology License # SP 608
Ohio Dept. of Education License # OH 3053645
Our team is professional, knowledgable, and client-centered. Our decades of experience as practitioners in public & non-public schools, consultants, and small business owners sets us apart. Because we understand developmental disabilities and their impact across the lifespan, we get you answers about the presence of a disorder or disability and provide recommendations and meaningful consultation for next steps after your evaluation. Your comprehensive report will guide you or your dependent's therapist, school, or agency in providing the supports you need.