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Advocacy / Information (10)

National Autism Association

The NAA provides information about autism spectrum disorders and advocates for those with ASD, supporting programs and other services that can help those with ASD reach their full potential.

Parents / Professionals (8)

T.A.S.K. (Team of Advocates for Special Kids)

T.A.S.K. provides training, support, information, resources and referrals for families and professionals who work with special needs individuals. They offer a variety of workshops on relevant topics.

National Resources (14)

Rick Lavoie

Information and inspiration for parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities.

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)

Friendship Circle of Los Angeles

The Friendship Circle’s mission is to provide Jewish children who have special needs with a full range of social recreational and Judaic experiences and to provide respite and support for parents.

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)

Learning Disabilities Association of America

LDA provides cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources, as well as support for people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals.

Children / Adults (22)

Ability First

AbilityFirst provides programs and services to children and adults with disabilities, from employment opportunities to recreational activities, in 24 locations across Southern California.

Cerebral Palsy (1)

United Cerebral Palsy

UCP educates, advocates and provides support services to ensure a life without limits. Among other programs, UCP provides an online resource and community, My Child Without Limits, for parents and caregivers.

Autism (2)

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.