“I have been using Potential’s services for 2 1/2 years to oversee a home program for my son. Potential thinks in terms of functionality vs. how old is the child and what should he/she know based on test scores. They are interested in the parent’s opinion and what the parent’s view as a priority. Potential Staff has shown up for every scheduled appointment and shown interest in the child and their progress. They have been very responsive and great with troubleshooting. They have a lot of ideas about how to run programs initially and also when the therapist and/or parent and/or child get stuck. They are realistic and not opposed to stopping or putting a program on hold if it is not going anywhere.”
– Martha W.
“Kristine – Thank you so much for all your support this year. You helped keep me sane during a very crazy process. The treatment team was easy to contact. The response from the team was timely. Communication between myself and the team was useful. The behavior plan was extremely useful. I would strongly recommend services to others. I would use Potential’s services in the future.”
– Betsy C.
“Our family was lucky enough to have Kristine Quinby as our lead Consultant in the care of our son who was diagnosed with Autism at age 2. She directed his therapy and care for more than 5 years and continues to be there for us. Because of Kristine and her true understanding of this disability, our child is released from all therapy and living a completely normal life. I couldn’t have imagined a better outcome. I can’t say enough about Kristine and her services. She supports the family, works with the school districts and she understands your rights and the law. Potential is a superior organization.”
– Cheryl S.
“Working as a Potential, Inc. employee for over five years has allowed me to witness first hand the tremendous growth in the clients and the clinic as a whole. Potential truly sticks by it’s vision of meeting the individual needs of all children and adults. Each new service represents Kristine’s goal of directly meeting the needs of the community.”
– Cynthia Cox