Be a Hero for children and families affected by Autism!
Microcurrent 4 Kids is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, and our goal is to provide microcurrent therapy to all families affected by Autism, regardless of their financial resources. As such, we rely on the generous donations of client families, friends, and the general San Diego community for financial support to make our therapy available to ALL who need it. 100% of every donation dollar directly supports children, teens, and young adults through our intensive 3-month therapy program. There are no paid board member positions, administrators, slush funds, year-end bonuses or otherwise. Even our staff clinician participates on an entirely volunteer basis! When you donate to MC4K, you know your money is making a difference in life of child who otherwise would not have had access to this incredible therapy.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, our mission is to provide microcurrent therapy to all individuals affected by Autism regardless of their financial resources. As such, we rely on the generous donations of client families, friends, and the San Diego community for financial support to make our therapy available to ALL who need it. We also strive to introduce microcurrent therapy into a broader community, raise awareness of its effectiveness, and provide clinical data to promote research and development of this innovative technology.
Meet Our Board
Rickie Lee Ryan MS, CCLS
President & Lead Technician
Rickie Lee is no stranger to working with children. She has been employed in the pediatric special needs field since 2009 through her work in the Foster System, Early Intervention services, Hospitals, Pediatric Hospice, and as a private Parent Coach. As a certified Child Life Specialist, she gained years of experience easing any negative effects on children's behavior, biochemistry, and development. Then in 2014, by working closely with the Thorp Institute and studying the latest electro-medicine research, Rickie Lee developed our microcurrent therapy program that has made a meaningful impact in the lives of so many children and families.
In her spare time, Rickie Lee enjoys reading and writing fiction, watching her daughter perform ballet, and traveling with her family and friends.
Cambria DeMarco Perry BN, MSN, NP
Clinician & Board Member
Cambria has been an independently practicing Nurse Practitioner for the last 23 years. Her practice is firmly rooted in Functional Medicine and balancing the body’s biochemistry. She is Board Certified in Acute Care as well as MAPS (Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs) certified, and obtained years of invaluable traditional clinical experience as an RN and Nurse Practitioner in the Emergency Departments of Columbia University, Mount Sinai, UCLA and Rady Children’s. She has over 21 years of experience in pediatrics; and specializes in helping children with special needs achieve optimal health and cognitive performance.
In her spare time, Cambria enjoys the natural beauty of her home in Elfin Forest. Her favorite place in the world is on a nice trail nearby with one of her Arabian horses.