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Home : Child Development : Special Needs Child : Schools/Organizations : Pennsylvania

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  • Berks County Learning Disabilities Association
    The Berks County Learning Disabilities Association (BCLDA) is a chapter of the Learning Disabilities Association of Pennsylvania (LDAP) and also an affiliate of the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA).

  • Deaf Sumer Camps/Schools
    Camps and schools for children with speech and hearing impairments.

  • Pennsylvania - Autism Support and Advocacy
    Providing information to and support for individuals with autism and their families from the perspectives of inclusion, self-determination and social justice.

  • Pennsylvania Federation Council for Exceptional Children
    We have a great organization of individuals committed to students with disabilities in Pennsylvania. I invite you to take a look at just one of the excellent services we provide, our web page.

  • Pennsylvania - Keystone Pokono Camp
    Keystone Pocono Camp strives to provide for their campers the opportunity for social, emotional, and physical growth within the shelters of a protected environment where effort is recognized as achievement and where failure also is supported through instruction and learning.

  • Pennsylvania-Parent Education Network
    PEN is Pennsylvania's statewide Parent Training and Information Center. Much of the information included in this site is designed to support Pennsylvania parents of children with special needs, but information and links are included on Federal Special Education, National Disability Issues and Resources, Special Education Legal Links, Transportation, and Travel that will also pertain to parents and individuals with disabilities in other states.

  • Pennsylvania-Parents Exchange
    Parents Exchange is an information, referral, and advocacy service for parents and caregivers of children with disabilities and professionals who work with our families.

  • Pennsylvania - Parents Involved Network
    An organization that assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. PIN provides information, helps parents find services and will advocate on their behalf with any of the public systems that serve children. These include the mental health system, education, and other state and local child-serving agencies.

  • Pennsylvania-Parent to Parent
    Network to connect families in similar situations with children with Special Needs.

  • Pennsylvania -The Disabilities Law Project
    Non-profit Pennsylvania law firm that provides free legal assistance to people with disabilities, their families, and their organizations. DLP's main purpose is to advocate for the civil rights of persons with mental and physical disabilities

  • Pennsylvania-The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
    PSD serves approximately 180 children, pre-school through 8th grade, whose primary learning and communication needs are a function of deafness or severe hearing loss.

  • Pennsylvania-The Watson Institute
    The Watson Institute serves children with autism, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, neurological impairments, developmental delays, brain injuries and other impairments through a continuum of specialized educational and respite programs.

  • The Arc of Pennsylvania
    The Arc-PA, founded in 1949 by the parents of individuals with MR, continues to work toward Service, Advocacy, Quality and Leadership for persons with mental retardation.

  • The Childhood Learning Center
    The Center provides consultation for families, educators and other professionals designing behavioral strategies to assist children and young adults with behavioral challenges. Located in Pennsylvania.

  • The Childhood Learning Center.
    The Center provides consultation for families, educators and other professionals designing behavioral strategies to assist children and young adults with behavioral challenges. The Center employs Ph.D. and Masters level Board Certified Behavior Analysts for consulting work.

  • The Children's Institute
    The Children's Institute is dedicated to promoting the well-being of children, young people and their families and to providing services that meet their special needs.

  • The PA Attachment Disorder Support Group
    The Support Group for Parents of Children with Attachment Disorders.

  • Venango County Early Intervention
    Early intervention in Pennsylvania is services and supports designed to help families with children with developmental delays.

  • Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children
    The Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children was founded more than 100 years ago as a facility to provide the best education possible for boys and girls who were blind.


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