Special Needs Resources & Links

All Children are Special: How to Know When a Child Needs Help

All Children are Special: How to Know When a Child Needs Help, A Manual for Parents and Child Care Providers:

Autism Resources for Families

Calaveras County In-Home Supportive Services Handbook

Calaveras County In-Home Supportive Services Handbook - Financial resources for qualifying family members providing primary care to children with disabilities.

Caring 4 Our Kids

Caring 4 Our Kids - We are a group of parents who have children on the Autism Spectrum or who suffer from inflammatory diseases such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia. We have come together to curate and create resources that have been helpful to us in the hopes that these will help other parents struggling to care for and to help their children thrive.

Cerebral Palsy Resources

Cerebral palsy information, resources, and support for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or birth injuries.

Cerebral Palsy Guide and Cerebral Palsy Guidance both provide information regarding cerebral palsy symptoms, treatment options, financial resources and more. It is our mission to raise awareness about this movement disorder and provide hope for anyone affected by CP.

The Cerebral Palsy Group Website

Cerebral Palsy Guidance Website

Create a Sensory Safe Yard for Children with Special Needs

Disability Rights California

Early Start and Special Education Q&A’s in Multiple Languages

Early Start and Special Education Q&A’s in Multiple Languages

Family Resource Network

Family Resource Network  Resources for families raising children with special needs

How to Calm a Child with Autism

Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

Supporting Individuals with Autism Through Uncertain Times Guide and Toolkit

Supporting Individuals with Autism Through Uncertain Times Guide and Toolkit

Temple Grandin's Teaching Tips

The CORE Learning Channel for California Deaf students and families

An online learning tool created entirely for California Deaf students of all ages, their families, and teachers, The CORE Learning Channel provides accessible resources and information while our students are learning at home.

Valley Mountain Regional Center

Valley Mountain Regional Center Local services for children and adults with developmental disabilities; free diagnosis and assessment services are available to any person suspected of having a developmental disability such as intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, or autism.

Visual Supports for Autism Spectrum Disorders