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You might want to change the title of your post so people know this is a) CA-specific and b) about medical providers. By far our largest challenges have been navigating the school system, and we're in MA.
Some recommendations:-Seek advisory guidance from actually autistic people. It looks as though you have no autistic people on the team-Actually autistic people mostly use identity first language and aren't "with autism"-"Neurodiverse" describes a set of people. "Neurodivergent" describes the person. We don't say, "you're diverse because you're Asian"-There seems to be a major focus on the caregivers. Where's the narrative about the person who's actually receiving services? How are they being empowered?-It's a very nice website! But on some pages it sounds like the goal is special needs and not specific to autism
Families with autistic children often have undiagnosed autistic (or otherwise neurodivergent) parents. Including well-researched resources on autistic parenting skills (especially emotional skills) would be helpful for the children, because children look to their adult role models to learn how to live life.