The Suzy Foundation
The Suzy Foundation specializes in providing support for the different aspects of children's special needs, including direct purchasing of assistive devices or specialized therapy.
Offers a special swim program that is designed to provide an educational and therapeutic environment for children with special needs.
Arkansas Support Network
Provides support, assistance and programs to families who have children with disabilities living in the home.
Non-profit organization in central Arkansas providing extra-curricular activities for children with special needs and support for their families
Angels Pageant System
An open pageant for children with disabilities. Any boy or girl newborn to 105, with a special need, is welcome to participate. An exciting and super fun experience!
The Miracle League of Arkansas
Provides opportunities for children with disabilities to play baseball
Through 25 locations across Southern California, AbilityFirst provides programs for children and adults with disabilities and special needs services to help participants reach their full potential throughout their lives.
The Family Resource Center
When families have a child born with a disability, born prematurely, face chronic illnesses or are struggling with family distress they come to EPU Children’s Center to receive the highest quality services, education and compassionate support.
Special Kids Special Families
SKSF Colorado is an umbrella service providing assistance such as respite care and family workshops. They also have an online resource library.
Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center
The Mission of the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center is to change the lives of people with disabilities by promoting their physical, psychological and social well being through equine assisted activities.
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to impacting lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational and cultural experiences to individuals faced with cognitive or physical challenges. Programs include adaptive ski and snowboard programs and summer camps.
860-741-3027, Ext 3601
Special needs resources page from the Official State of Connecticut Website for Children. The resources on this page, including businesses, commercial enterprises, organizations and groups, are provided as a service to parents.
(860) 242-2274 (860) 286-3113
Their programs are designed to address all of the needs of the disability community. They deliver a number of services directly to individuals with disabilities, but also offer extensive training and assistance to caregivers, both families and professional teaching and support staff.
ÄDELBROOK Behavioral & Developmental Services
(860) 635-6010 x0
Meets the developmental and behavioral challenges of children, young adults and families through a range of professional, educational, residential and therapeutic options, in a Christian environment.
Delaware’s Family SHADE
A collaborative alliance of family partners and organizations committed to improving the quality of life for children and youth with special health care needs by connecting families and providers to information, resources and services.
Parent Information Center of Delaware
Supporting parents of children with disabilities and youth self-advocates to assist them in gaining the knowledge and skills to access appropriate special education programs and related services.
Central Florida Parent Center:
(888) 612-9273 (727) 789-2400
Provide parents of children and young adults with all disabilities and special needs (ages 0-26) in Central and Northeast Florida with accurate information, interactive training, quality assistance, and empathetic support.
Autism Society Of Iowa
Programs for kids with autism including theater and athletics.