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http://www.specialchild.com/index.html – Online resource for parents and caregivers of children with special needs

http://www.eparent.com – For professionals working with and families of individuals with specials needs

http://myspecialchild.com – Online magazine for Families and caregivers

http://www.autismspeaks.org – Organizations dedicated to changing the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders

http://www.nichcy.org – National Information for Children and Youth with Disabilities

http://www.move-international.org – MOVE (Mobility Opportunities Via Education) ® is dedicated to helping Children and adults with severe disabilities, sit, stand and walk.


http://www.doe.k12.ga.us – Georgia Department of Education

http://www.glrs.org – Georgia Learning Resources System

http://www.focus–ga.org – Georgia-based non-profit organization for FOCUS – Families of Children Under Stress

http://www.nochildleftbehind.com – No Child Left Behind

http://www.koolkidzfoundation.org – Georgia-based not-for-profit dedicated to breaking down barriers to inclusion

http://www.exceptionalops.org – Fayette County-based organization which advocates for people with developmental disabilities and their families

http://www.p2pga.org – Providing support and information to parents of children with disabilities

http://gcdd.org – Governor’s Council for Development Disabilities

http://www.fayettecountyga.gov/parks_and_recreation/index.asp – Programs for special needs children and youth offered by Fayette County Parks and Recreation

http://www.parentmentors.org – Georgia Parent Mentor Program, a communication avenue for parents and educators

http://www.unitedwayatlanta.org – United Way offers a variety of programs and partnerships designed to bring people together and focus their considerable resources toward achieving the goals that matter most to our community

Each year the school has expanded its enrollment in order to meet the needs of the families requesting admission to the program. In1992, the school responded to the request of parents and offered a full day program for the first time in order that these children’s educational  and therapeutic needs be better met. The school maintains a strong relationship with its families and has experienced support from parents and community members in developing the program over its twenty years.