Early intervention resource for families of young children ages 0-5 with developmental delays or disabilities, and professionals looking for a single ... aggregate source of information that relates to their needs and interests.
It is an information network and social community that allows the disability community to share resources and make connections in their own neighborhood. And a place where those who actively work with those who have disabilities can let us learn about their products, programs and services. It was started by a parent of two children with special needs in Illinois and has grown to become a statewide group.
Parent guide to understanding educational rights and responsibilities provided by Illinois State Board of Education Special Education and Support Services.
Financial Resource for Parents of Children with Disabilities - The Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights (PACER) Center and the National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) collaborated on this publication to help you to control finances as you care for your child and prepare him or her for adulthood.
Aspires to help children with autism improve their abilities to learn, function independently, and socialize so that they may realize their full potential and develop into contributing members of their communities. Serving almost twenty different communities in the metropolitan Chicago area.
A proactive organization out of Elk Grove Village, Illinois, providing education for families, school personnel, public servants and community members in partnership with local professionals and educators.
created for parents whose children learn differently. By hosting expert speakers and local resource providers for educational events throughout the year, they work to build a vibrant "special education community" in order to build skills and knowlege together.
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