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Special Needs Children

Information for parents of special needs children – education, resources, outreach, and support – can be found through these organizations. Information for children with disabilities, regardless of type of disability.

AbilityPLUS
AbilityPLUS is a nonprofit organization located in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. We are dedicated to helping disabled people of all abilities realize their dreams of inclusion through adaptive skiing and other recreation opportunities.

Challenge Aspen
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to impacting lives by presenting meaningful recreational, cultural and competitive experiences to individuals faced with cognitive or physical challenges.

Disabled Sports USA
To provide the opportunity for individuals with disabilities to gain confidence and dignity through participation in sports, recreation and related educational programs.

Dustin's Paw
Dustin's Paw is dedicated to using canine interaction to provide learning activities and therapeutic benefits for special needs children.

National Youth Leadership Network
NYLN's goal is to encourage youth with disabilities to advocate for themselves and others in the disability community.

PHAMALY
PHAMALY's mission is to enable persons with disabilities to showcase their talents and abilities through live productions and to make the performing arts more accessible to everyone.

Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc.
Smart Kids is dedicated to providing information and services to the parents of children with learning disabilities and attention-deficit disorder (ADHD).

STRIDE Adaptive Sports
Dedication to providing year-round recreational and leisure programs to individuals with special needs in a safe, fun and educational environment.

The Miracle Project
A music theater and video arts program for children with disabilities and their siblings and peers.

The MORGAN Project
"The mission statement of the M.O.R.G.A.N. Project is: 'Working together to promote awareness and support of parents caring for their special needs children, and to enhance the quality of life for these special families.'"

The National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth
NCWD/Youth works to ensure that transition age youth are provided full access to high quality services in integrated settings to gain education, employment and independent living.

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