The Out of Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Integration Dysfunction
Author: Carol Stock Kranowitz
The Out of Sync Child has Fun!
Author: Carol Stock Kranowitz
The Late Talker: What to Do if Your Child Isn't Talking Yet
Author: Marilyn Agin, Lisa Geng, and Malcolm Nicholl
Making Sense of Sensory Integration
Author: Jane Koomar, Stacy Szklut and Sharon Cermak
Does My Child Have a Speech Problem?
Author: Katherine Martin
Beyond Baby Talk: From Sounds to Sentences, A Parent's Complete Guide to Language Development
Authors: Julie J Masterson PhD, and Kenn Apel, PhD
The Parent to Parent Handbook, Connecting Families of Children with Special Needs
Author: Betsy Santelli, Florence Stewart Poyadue, and Jane Leora Young
The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth
Authors: Stanley Greenspan, MD and Serena Weider, PhD
Gross Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Prefessionals
Author: Patricia C Winders
Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Parent's Guide
Author: Elaine Gerlais
A Parent's Guide to Autism
Author: Charles A Hart
Helping families who care for loveone's with special needs find resources.
We ARE a 501(c)3 Organization
With every move we make, we hope to uplift one person. This community is so desperately in need of love, stability, inclusion and genuine care. We are working very hard to bridge this very large gap within the community. It’s too many families going without services and assistance.
Displacement Services - assisting families who are homeless. We will give them 1 week in a hotel with food. The requirements to receive services will be:
Workshops – The community needs proper education, so they can properly advocate for their children and or loved one. These will include but not limited to:
Inclusion Events – We are often forgotten about when events for children are available. Because of this, we have created yearly events and activities for families to enjoy. We are working feverishly to promote this change and to influence others to promote inclusion.
Our Children’s Story, Inc. will remain authentic always. We welcome, value and respect diversity. Every family we assist will be done with gentle hands with the goal of giving them an unforgettable experience. We strive for inclusiveness guided by our belief system that all things are possible. There is no lack nor limitations that will affect the abilities we have been given.
Our Children's Story mission is to uplift, inspire and educate families who care for children with (dis)Abilities. Breathing life back into the community and giving hope where hope has been lost.
Established in August 2015, as a registered 501c3 Georgia nonprofit organization, Amazingly Unique Babies Redefining the Impossible, Company (A.U.B.R.I.) was created to raise awareness through education for children with epilepsy. With a focus on financial assistance and mental health coaching for families, we are advocates in the fight for access to cannabis oil for individuals ranging from birth to 21 years old with epilepsy.
The mission of Amazingly Unique Babies Redefining the Impossible (A.U.B.R.I.) is to spread awareness and educate the community on epilepsy, provide medical I.D. alert bracelets to children with epilepsy, develop awareness toolkits, provide financial assistance, mental health coaching and support the fight for access of cannabis oil in the State of Georgia.
Amazingly Unique Babies Redefining the Impossible, Co. (A.U.B.R.I.) believes that we can drive a new era of treatment through education, development, growth, and productivity with awareness and the use of cannabis oil in the State of Georgia.
The goals of the organization is to spread awareness through education and acknowledgement of seizure disorders, combat mental health issues and financial burdens.
Autism Society of America
Autism Support Information
Austism Support Group
Using adapted toys, educational materials, computer equipment and iPads, Lekotek provides opportunities for kids to have fun and learn along the way. It is a safe haven from medical appointments and therapies. It is a place where there are no expectations to perform, a place where parents find resources and support.
Legal Resources for Special Needs
Keeping Disabled Persons Safe While Remodeling
Creating a Home Where Your Disabled Child can Thrive
Teacher Resources for Special Needs
Disaster Preparedness for Special Needs
Home Accommodations for Special Needs
Disability Resources from the Department of Labor
Tips for Disabled Persons to Declutter and Organize their Home
Financial Planning for Special Needs
Dept of community health/Babies Can't Wait
Transition at age 3
the above is GA Medicaid
Peachstate Healthplan CMO
Amerigroup Health Plan CMO
Care source Health Plan CMO
Low Vision Internet Gateway
Managing Sensory Processing Issues At Home
Cleaner Indoor Air & Chemical Sensitivities
Disabled Home Modification Checklists and Funding
Home Modifications and Selling Your Home
Special Needs Safety Around Construction Sites
Renters’ Rights for People with Disabilities
Moving for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Note: This is quite long, but it’s a fantastic booklet with activity sheets that children and their parents can use together. It’s really well-made!
Pocket Full of Therapy
The Ayers clinic
Exceptional Kids Athletics Inc (EKA) is a non profit 501C3 company that provides athletic programs to children with special needs ages 4 yrs to 22yrs old with any type of physical/cognitive impairment from very high functioning children to severally profound medically fragile children in Gwinnett County, GA. We were founded by an Occupational Therapist, Aimee Prainito, MA, OTR, who ha almost 3o yrs of experience working with special needs children, her late husband Scott Prainto, and Jonn Warde, a former international soccer player who has a child with Autism in June 2012. Our goal is to make these programs as typical as possible and as close to a regular recreational league as we can.
We started EKA because the mother, Lisa Fochtman, of one of Aimee's clients was complaining to Aimee that there were no local special need sports programs locally that fit her schedule and required a lot of work on the parents part. When Aimee told Scott about it, he suggested they start their own sports program. So with the help of Jonn and advisors Mark Carr and Adam Guillion, EKA was formed. Soon after Daniel and Serrah Dodson rounded out our board of directors.
We are different than other special needs athletic programs is that EKA is run by and OT and a soccer professional. Parents do not have to coach. We provide buddy volunteers and adult volunteers that have been trained to work with the special needs population. Anyone over the age of 18 who volunteers must pass a background check. Most of our coaches are coaching certifies and CPR/First aid trained. No one is allowed on the field without a background check. We also play in a gated or locked in facility with a sign in and sign out sheet. We do everything we can to protect your child. We provide scholarships to those in need.
Supports Kids in Sports
Bogan Park has indoor swimming
Camp Twin Lakes at Fort Yargo offers special needs camping