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Here are some links that have been found to be helpful. If you have a link that you feel we should add please contact us.

A Sensory Life

www.asensorylife.com


Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation

www.spdfoundation.net


Star Center

www.spdstar.org


Brain Balance Achievement Centers

www.brainbalancecenters.com


Wright's Law

www.wrightslaw.com

 

Equip For Equality

www.equipforequality.org

 

Disability.Gov

www.disability.gov

 

Elwyn

www.elwyn.org/

 

Money Geek

Guide To Managing Financial and Estate Planning


Respite Care Providers

www.care.com/Respite


ASL Connect

www.galludet.edu/asl-connect/asl-for-free


Sign School

https://www.signschool.com/


Video Dictionary ASL Pro

www.aslpro.com

 

Signing Time

www.signingtime.com

 

ASL Resource Guide

 www.wiseoldsayings.com/asl-resource-guide.php 


Sensations Therafun Sensory Recreational Center
Sensations Therafun is a safe alternative to ‘typical’ playgrounds. It is designed especially for kids who have Sensory Processing Disorders. The family who owns this center are parents of a child who has Smith-Magenis Syndrome.


32 Vacation Destinations for Individuals With Disabilities/Special Needs


Urban Tastebud Disney

Guide to Planning an accessible and sensory-friendly Theme Park Trip


Miracle League

The Miracle League gives children and young adults with disabilities the chance to learn how to play baseball. There are more than 250 Miracle League organizations in the USA, Puerto Rico, Canada and Australia.  Many local organizations have accessible fields for both competitive and non-competitive leagues.


Challenger League

With more than 900 teams worldwide, Challenger League is a division of Little League Baseball for children and young adults with special needs.  Teams are organized by ability rather than age, and games may be coach pitch, player pitch, tee ball or a combination of all three.


Move United

Move United  provides year-round sports and recreation opportunities to people with a wide range of disabilities offering more than 70 different adaptive sports.


39 Theme Parks With Special Needs Access Passes


Autism On The Seas

Autism on the Seas, an international organization,  has been in collaboration with Royal Caribbean International since 2007 in developing cruise vacation services to accommodate adults and families living with children with Special Needs, including, but not limited to, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Down Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and all Cognitive, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.  These services quickly expanded to other cruise lines.


Guide To Road Travel With a Child With Disabilities


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Information on this site is intended for a general overview and for educational purposes. Information on this site is not intended to nor does it, constitute medical or other advice. Always consult with a physician before acting on any information you have read. Medical treatment for each individual should be in accordance to and followed by the patient's physician.