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About Us

Unlimited Possibilities Mentoring Services LLC is a private agency that provides services

for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental challenges, ages twelve to adulthood. Unlimited Possibilities Mentoring Services LLC was founded and developed by Kimberly R. Wheat, MSHPE, a highly specialized educational consultant who provides consultative and mentoring services.

Kimberly contains over twenty-seven years of service within the field of developmental disabilities ranging from Autism/Pervasive Developmental Spectrum Disorders to Down Syndrome and other various learning challenges. Her background includes a variety of experiences such as Consultant for the Charleston Autism Division, Early Intervention Specialist and Supervisor for the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs, Learning Disabilities Teacher at Trident Academy, New Parent Support Specialist for the United States Navy and Child Life through the Medically Fragile Children’s Program. She obtained her Master’s of Science in Health Professions Education, with honors, from the Medical University of South Carolina with an emphasis on parent education for children with special needs. She also received a certification in the Orton-Gillingham Associate Level and a certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. 

She  currently teaches part-time for the College of Charleston's FitCatZ Program, as a Sensory Integration Specialist.  She recently became certified in Employment Services, serving young adults with intellectual disabilities. She also serves as a Board Member for the Carolina Children's Charity.

It is the hope of Unlimited Possibilities Mentoring Services LLC to assist parents by giving them the tools necessary in maintaining success within their child’s level of independence. It is our goal to help parents create structure as well as to offer strategies needed to promote as much independence in the community as possible, while maintaining dignity. Unlimited Possibilities Mentoring Services LLC believes that parents are the first educators in their child’s life regardless of age or disability. We also believe that even though our individual clients have developmental challenges the “possibilities” for teaching and mentoring them are “unlimited”.

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