We Are Brave Together YouTube Channel
Resources and inspiration for you special moms! We cover a variety of topics surrounding life as a mother caring for children with special healthcare needs. Subscribe and take a listen today!
Kids Like Me
What they offer: The Help Group Kids Like Me programs, located in the Los Angeles area, are designed especially for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs. Children with special needs can benefit greatly from fun, recreational activities that encourage social skills as well as developmental growth.
What they offer: Resources for autism, seniors, children, adults, military and veterans, employment and training, medical rehabilitation, camping and recreation, brain health.
What they offer: Real sports, building communities, youth activation, healthy lifestyle promotion, leadership, research.
United Cerebral Palsy
What they offer: My Child Without Limits, My Life Without Limits, family support, employment guides, health and wellness tips, housing help, financial assistance, international resources.
What they offer: Information and referral services, individual advocacy to address education, employment, health care and other concerns, self-advocacy initiatives, residential support, family support, employment programs, leisure and recreational programs.
Goodwill Industries International
What they offer: Financial coaching, savings and loan support, tax preparation, education programs, community services, financial aid, transportation, after school programs, housing assistance, clothing assistance, medical rehabilitation.
Parents Helping Parents
What they offer: Support groups, family and community services, crisis support, early intervention, assistive technology services.
Federation for Children with Special Needs
What they offer: special education center for parents, family support, health advocacy, family and community engagement, parent-professional leadership, summer camp, parent-to-parent support.
What they offer: Family-centered care, partnerships, quality, access, affordability and acceptability, health systems that work for families and children, informed families/strong communities and self-advocacy/empowerment.
The Friendship Circle
What they offer: Provides assistance and support to the families of children with special needs, various programs and social outings offered, volunteer home visits offered, camp experiences, sports, sibling support, life skills
Center for Parent Information and Resources
10 Basic Steps in Special Education explains the process special education services for a child.
Closing the Gap
What they offer: Closing the Gap helps people learn how to utilize assistive technology to change lives.
National Center for Learning Disabilities
What they offer: The National Center for Learning Disabilities answers frequently asked questions (FAQ) on this page of resources.
Disabled Sports USA
What they offer: Disabled Sports USA provides recreation and sports opportunities to disabled youth, adults, and wounded warriors.
For learning and attention issues.
The HollyRod foundation is dedicated to providing compassionate care to those living with autism and Parkinson’s disease.
Balancing Career with a Special Needs Baby.
Maci & Pebble - A Roadmap for Navigating Autism
This site has been designed to act as a guide, share vetted resources and provide support for parents and caregivers as they journey with their loved ones on the Autism Spectrum.
chadd.org/ - Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)
We believe in improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.
Special Needs Travel Mom- Life Is An Adventure
Traveling with a special needs child can be daunting, so many times it seems easier to stay close to home – you already know where everything is and it takes less energy. Though traveling with a child who has special needs can more challenging, it’s definitely more than worth the effort.