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  • Children with Disabilities
    Nine federal agencies and offices have joined forces to provide children with disabilities and their parents access to a wide range of Federal, State, local, and national resources. The Children With Disabilities Web site presents information about advocacy, education, employment, health, housing, recreation, technical assistance, and transportation.
  • Children's Institute
    Pediatric rehabilitation facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania offering programs for special education, learning disabilities, prader-willi syndrome, and special needs adoption. Offers both inpatient and outpatient services.
  • Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC)
    the Illinois Title V agency that provides care coordination and services for families and children with special health care needs, from birth to age 21. Services are coordinated by a network of professional staff located in 13 regional offices throughout the state.
  • Family Village
    A Very comprehensive site that covers all aspects of parenting a child with special needs. Webmaster is a parent.
  • Medical Home Initiatives for Children with Special Needs
    The National Center of Medical Home Initiatives for Children with Special Needs provides support to physicians, families, and other medical and non-medical providers who care for children with special needs so that they have access to a medical home.
  • OT Connection
    Pediatric clinic for occupational, speech/language & physical therapy. Also offers music enrichment programs, pediatric yoga and more.
  • Pediatric Rehabilitation Program at Rusk Institute
    New York University Medical Center's Howard A. Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine treats neurological, orthopedic, and a wide variety of physical disabilities in children on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. Referrals for patients at other facilities are accepted from physicians, social workers, and discharge planners. Referrals for children who have an acute rehabilitation diagnosis, and who can actively participate in at least three hours of daily therapy, are welcome.
  • Rehab Equipment using Paper-based Technology
    Explanations and photos of Appropriate Paper-based technology techniques used to make rehabilitation equipment, specially designed furniture, and toys for children with disabilities.
  • St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children
    New York metropolitan area provider of subacute complex medical care, intensive rehabilitative services and long term care to children with special health care needs. Services provided both inpatient and as home-based care, or through the medical day care program.
  • TelAbility
    Provides comprehensive, coordinated, family centered care to children with disabilities and offers education, training, and peer support for people who care for them.

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