Parent to Parent of Southern Michigan
Serving 9 counties, Parent to Parent of Southwest Michigan is a non-profit community organization offering services at no cost to families who have children with disabilities or special needs. assist families through mentor support, referrals, information, recreation opportunities, a bi-monthly newsletter, parent network meetings and informal social events.
Rehabilitation services in Sioux City
Therapeutic horseback riding
Friends of Tennessee’s Babies with Special Needs
Family Support and Education
The Houston Branch of The International Dyslexia Association
Support, testing and education for students with dyslexia
Rays of Light
Provides respite care to give parents a break
Utah Independent Living Center
The UILC is a non–residential facility that provides services which enhance the independence of people with disabilities. Staff members, some of whom have a disability, play an important role in the delivery of independent living services which include The website also hosts a resource databank.
Utah State Library for the Blind and Disabled
Provides a library of resources for blind and visually impaired residents of Utah.
City Of Montpelier Health and Human Services
Provides a directory of social service organizations in Montpelier
Faison School For Autism
School for children with autism
Cerebral Palsy of Virginia
Advocacy, Technology Center, Referral
Cooper House Infant Mental Health
Clinical services for toddlers and infants
Diverse programs that provide support to parents of children with special needs
Children’s Therapy Clinic
Provide therapy to children with disabilities.
Easter Seals West Virginia
Easter Seals provides services to help people with disabilities such as autism
K9s 4 Mobility
Helps find serviceogs for disabled children
The Arc of Natrona County
Case management, respite, care, training, guidance
The Help Group
Runs services such as schools, serving children with special needs related to autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, abuse and emotional problems.