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  • ETTA opens 3rd Day Program group in Pico
  • ETTA to open new Day Program in the Conejo Valley in Jan. 2016! 
  • New ETTA office location open in Hancock Park

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Advocacy / Information (10)

National Council on Independent Living

NCIL is a consumer-driven advocacy group aiming to advance independent living and the rights of people with disabilities. Their website also provides links to independent living centers in each state.

Parents / Professionals (8)

Builders of Jewish Education

For professionals working in the area of Jewish special needs education. BJE enhances quality, increases access, and encourages participation in Jewish education throughout greater Los Angeles.

National Resources (14)

Disability Resources

A list of resources found in California for people with disabilities, including links for advocacy, arts, education, independent living, and a wide variety of specific disorders.

Los Angeles Area Resources (16)

Vista Del Mar

A non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being and care of children and families in Southern California who suffer the emotional, physical, psychological and social consequences of abuse, neglect and abandonment.

Jewish Resources (12)

Chai Lifeline West Coast Sohacheski Family Center

Chai Lifeline West Coast is passionately devoted to alleviating the burden of those facing medical challenge, offering over twenty-five programs and services, all free of charge.

Education (6)

Village Glen

Village Glen School offers a college preparatory curriculum to students with social and communicative differences in both Sherman Oaks and in Culver City, including specialized programs for higher need individuals.

Down’s Syndrome (3)

National Association for Down’s Syndrome

NADS offers information, support, and advocacy for people with Down’s Syndrome and those who care for them, through conferences, products, publications, website and online Discussion Forum.

Children / Adults (22)

Exceptional Children’s Foundation

ECF's mission is to provide the highest quality services for children and adults who are challenged with developmental, learning and emotional disabilities - empowering them to reach their greatest potential.

Cerebral Palsy (2)

Cerebral Palsy Guide

Cerebral Palsy Guide is an organization that advocates to those who have been affected by a CP diagnosis. This group provides support and treatment information for individuals, families, and caregivers affected by this developmental disability.

Autism (3)

UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment

The Center designs and tests experimental research programs, and includes programs such as an Autism Evaluation Program and social skills training programs for those with autism spectrum disorders.