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A Sensory Life
Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation
Brain Balance Achievement Centers
Equip For Equality
Guide To Managing Financial and Estate Planning
Caring for Seniors with Autism | Senior Care - Parent Giving
Respite Care Providers
Video Dictionary ASL Pro
ASL Resource Guide
Top 26 resources for Learning Sign Language
Speech Pathology Degrees
Online Speech Pathology Programs
Money Geek -
Guide on how to get scholarships and Grants for Students with Disabilities
Guide on how to prepare and succeed in college for students with Disabilities
The Fully Accessible Guide To Paying For College For Students with Disabilities
Moving Tips For People On The Autism Spectrum Disorder
Home Improvements For People With Disabilities
Home Advisor Disability Friendly Backyard For Kids
Homeowner's Guide To Creating Sensory Friendly Space
How To Create A Wheelchair Accessible home
How To Move With a Child With a Disability by Bramlett Residential
32 Vacation Destinations for Individuals With Disabilities/Special Needs
Guide to Planning an accessible and sensory-friendly Theme Park Trip
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.
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 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, 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.