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1. Special Needs - A To Z Home's Cool Homeschooling
special needs children learn well being homeschooled. Resources here for support, legal assistance, curriculum, plans, and more. with challenged or disabled homeschoolers. They can her special needs son for 16 years. She is also an active homeschool leader in california. of their home schools, away from their
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Special Needs Advantages of Home Schooling a Child with Special Needs
It's very hard work and for beginners it's scary. It's a big step with lots of responsibility and there are many skeptics in this world.

2. KinderStart - Child Development : Special Needs Child : Schools/Organizations :
Home Child Development special needs Child schools/Organizations california. Web Pages Camp Harmon is a resident, coeducational camp for disabled children and adults.
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3. Dynamic Directory - Reference - Education - Special Education - Schools
services to developmentally disabled adults. The Elizabeth in Moraga, california. specializes in special education and Guide to special needs Secondary schools Profiles of
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  • Anne Carlsen Center for Children - Provides health care, education and support services for children with special needs and their families. Jamestown, ND.
  • Atlanta Speech School - Therapeutic educational center for children and adults with hearing, speech, language, or learning disabilities. Atlanta, GA.
  • Bethany Independent School - Renowned for expertise regarding dyslexic students. Kent, UK.
  • Brehm Preparatory School - Addresses a complete array of learning disabilities. Carbondale, IL.
  • Bullimbal School for Special Purposes - School for students with disabilities in Australia.
  • Calvin Academy - Provides day school, after school tutoring, and summer programs for children who are not successful in traditional k-12 classrooms including special education. Minneapolis, MN.

4. Group Homes, Housing, Residential Schools & Other Links
(california). specialized needs. special needs Trusts Email List MiltonBlackstone, Listowner. Info on Homeownership for the disabled. Links
The following links aren't just for autism, but rather provide information on the topics of housing, independent living for all disabled persons, special needs trusts, etc. Most of these links lead to pages outside of this website, so please bookmark this page before leaving. You can also return here by clicking on your browser's back button. Listing of a residential site or school does not constitute endorsement
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  • Vancouver Island Autistic Homes Society
  • L'Arche is an international federation of communities in which people with an intellectual disability and those who chose to join them live, work and share their lives together in an atmosphere of trust, friendship, belonging and forgiveness. (Canada, Australia, Belgium and other countries worldwide) U N I T E D K I N G D O M
  • have come together to pioneer an exciting new service for people with autism. Adult Placement Services will provide caring homes for autistic people with experienced, trained and skilled Carers and families in the community.
  • Devon Cornwall Autistic Community Trust - The DCACT is a Registered Charity and a non-profit making Limited Company formed in 1982. Since that time the organisation has grown to establish itself as one of the country's (UK) leading service providers for people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Now with a reputation for delivering an extensive range of very high quality services to people of all ages the DCACT continues to work towards the day when all people with ASD have their individual needs met with appropriate services.

5. Reference Education Special Education Schools
Information on Reference, Education, special Education, schools and much more Treasure Coast Health services to developmentally disabled adults. The Elizabeth in Moraga, california. specializes in special education and Guide to special needs Secondary schools Profiles of

6. CIS Home Page - Californians For Inclusive Schools
disabled Students' Program CCIE california Confederation on learning disabilitiesand attention deficit disorder, therapy, advocacy, and other special needs.
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Californians for Inclusive Schools
Top of this page CIS Mission Information about CIS Inclusion news ... Links to on-line legislation June 17-19, 2003 - The CLEAR Project and the LRE Resources Project present their Summer Institute: School Site Team Collaboration for Inclusive Education, on June 17-19, 2003, at the Waterfront Plaza Hotel, 10 Washington Street, Jack London Square, Oakland, California. For more information - Summer Institute Brochure and Summer Institute Registration Form
CIS Mission
Californians for Inclusive Schools (CIS) works in the legislative and regulatory arenas to promote incentives and remove barriers to expansion of high-quality, inclusive schools, especially as they pertain to children with disabilities. Inclusive schools offer supportive learning environments that welcome and nurture children with disabilities and students with disabilities and their diverse cultural, language, ethnic and economic backgrounds to the general community of the school. What is CIS?

7. Private Schools Serve Students With Special N...  [Michigan Education Report]
children were classified as learning disabled in 1996. children with a variety ofspecial learning needs to include schools in Minnesota, california, and Arizona

8. Early Childhood Focus - News Topic: Special Needs
Mine Family Resource Center in Nevada City, california. of schools Office for childrenwith special needs from birth say in care of a disabled child Submitted

9. Expanding Your Mind
needs of mentally or physically disabled children, whereby schools, career educationreceives a special focus to in the 106campus california Community College
Reaching For The Stars
Pre-Schools and Day Care Centers
Parents who work need childcare. There are a number of day-care centers in the county from which to choose. Many of the facilities take children as young as a few weeks old. They also offer various pre-school curriculum, music, crafts, motor and social skills, nutritious meals and snacks, nap and play time, etc. Pre-school and day-care centers are required to be licensed.
Special Needs Schools
There are private and non-profit programs and schools for children and adults with special needs:
  • Art Industries 1341 Vanguard Drive, Oxnard 240-3313
  • Dwire Carl Jr. School 3150 Via Marina Ave., Oxnard 985-7200
  • Penfield Douglas School for Ortho (Handicapped) 640 Jazmin Ave., Ventura 647-1974
Public School Districts
Most students attend one of the 186 public schools operated by 20 school districts throughout the county. The school districts are governed by elected school boards, members of which are called trustees. The Ventura County superintendent of schools is an elected official who works with the five-member county Board of Education, which is also elected. The county office operates juvenile court schools and special education programs. The county office is at 5189 Verdugo Way, Camarillo 93012, telephone 805/383-1900.
Public School Programs
In partnership with the family and the community, Ventura County public schools are committed to individual student growth and the development of responsible citizenship. In addition, the public school systems offer programs for children in kindergarten through 12th grade to achieve academic excellence. Nearly 200 public schools are operated by some 20 school districts within Ventura County.

10. Day School Teaches Hebrew, Torah To Learning Disabled (2-7-1997)
up to the needs of the learningdisabled child, Feuer schools are more aware of special-needschildren, and Inc., dba Jewish Bulletin of Northern california.
February 7, 1997
Day school teaches Hebrew, Torah to learning disabled
BRIGITTE DAYAN Chicago JUF News Sitting behind her teacher's desk, Aviva Lopin helps a 10-year-old student with her Hebrew skills. Directly across from them, at the back of the room, a teacher's aide looks on as a student completes his assignment. Elsewhere in the classroom, students, more often restless than not, tackle their worksheets on their own. Noise punctuates the atmosphere on this particular day; occasionally, a student will express frustration, to which Lopin responds with a gentle "Do you want to ask me your she'elah [question]?" Other students will work for 10 minutes and then, fidgeting in their seats, will talk to their neighbor, only to be quieted by the teacher or her aides. A few minutes before noon, the kids put away their work and get ready for lunch; some of them will eat in the room, others will join the rest of the school in the cafeteria. Welcome to the Ptach classroom. Yet the word classroom is a misnomer. An acronym for Parents for Torah Education for all Children and the Hebrew word for "open," Ptach creates an academic and social environment where Jewish children with learning disabilities can function. Nearly 20 students all of whom have learning difficulties, some with emotional components are enrolled in the program. Housed in a wing of the Arie Crown Hebrew Day School in Skokie, Ill., Ptach comprises two classrooms divided by age: grades one through four and five through eight.

11. SearchUK - Finds It Fast!
for Communication Impaired and Multiply disabled children from high school locatedin Moraga, california. Peterson's Guide to special needs Secondary schools
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- Great service from people with the time to care. We help you find what you're looking for, computer consumables to pencil sharpener, on our Web site now.
Minibus Insurance for Schools
- Total Insurance Group are minibus insurance specialists for schools, offering quality, competitively-priced cover. Call the quote line or complete the online quotation request.
- Countries and religions around the world. Follow the adventures and experiences of children from the UK as they trace their families' roots. Linked to the Channel 5 TV series, "Rooted".
The Good Schools Guide
- The Good Schools Guide to UK schools is an independent critical guide written by parents for parents.
School Resource - Picture CD-ROM
- Excellent school resource used worldwide. Thousands of colour photo images on CD-ROM to teach speech, language and communication. Free shipping. No tax. Samples at site.
Hope Haven School - Jackson County Board
- All programs are individualized to meet the unique needs of each and every student served.
The Reading Foundation
- Canadian learning clinics provide intensive, one-on-one remedial programs in reading, spelling, comprehension and math. Offers services for learning disabilities including dyslexia.

12. Schools @ Edwards Air Force Base, California
2089; california State University, Northridge (800) 8820128. special needs Programs.Antelope Valley Foundation for the Developmentally disabled 43439 Copeland
Schools and Education Elementary Schools Adult School High Schools Special Needs Programs ... Business and Vocational Schools Elementary Schools (Kindergarten through 8th grades) Public Schools District/Schools Address City/Zip Code Phone # Acton-Agua Dulce Unified (Kindergarten through 12th) 32248 Crown Valley Rd. Acton, CA 93510 Acton Elementary (Kindergarten through 6th) 32248 Crown Valley Rd. Acton, CA 93510 Agua Dulce Elementary (K-6) 1131 West Frascati St. Agua Dulce, CA 91350 High Desert School (7-8) 3620 Antelope Woods Rd. Acton, CA 93510 Eastside Union School District (Kindergarten through 8th) 6742 East Ave. H

13. ECS Resource Allocation Piece By Allan Odden
The outcome has been that US and california schools, unlike schools in other increasedfunding for and attention to the special needs of disabled, low income
removethistext School Finance
Better Uses of Resources

Allan Odden
Professor of Educational Administration
University of Wisconsin-Madison
T of students achieve at or above proficiency and California’s testing shows even lower levels of student performance. Accomplishing the goal of teaching a higher percentage of students to or above proficiency requires doubling or even tripling current results. However, education dollars in California will not increase by that rate. Thus, the only way California, as well as other states, can accomplish the current goal of teaching students to high standards is to improve the productivity of the education system to use education dollars more effectively to boost results. Since education is a service and labor-intensive activity, improving productivity by the levels needed to accomplish the student achievement goals poses a bold challenge to the education system. Four recent Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) publications identify several strategies for improving education productivity:
  • In "Rethinking the Allocation of Teaching Resources: Some Thoughts From High Performing Schools,"

14. Donations Of Drums Needed For Autistic Children's Music Appreciation Program . .
program sponsored by the california Autism Foundation developmental disabilities andother special needs students other similar schools for disabled children we
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15. WebRing: Hub
california EB Support Groups This website is the official to improve the Provisionof special needs Facilites in all schools, and help the disabled generally

16. Listings Of The World Reference Education Special Education
vocational services to developmentally disabled adults Private high school locatedin Moraga, california. 02; Peterson's Guide to special needs Secondary schools

17. Education, General And Special
2444; CSUSM disabled Student Services california State University SDSU disabled StudentServices San Diego State students and youth with special needs in schools
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    Adaptive Environments Center

    AE , a non-profit organization, was founded in 1978 to address the environmental issues that confront people with disabilities and elderly people. Adaptive Environments promotes accessibility as well as universal design through education programs, technical assistance publications and design advocacy.
    Phone: V/TTY 617-695-1225, Fax 617-482-8099
    Academy for Educational Development The AED is an independent, nonprofit service organization committed to addressing human development needs in the United States and throughout the world. Washington, DC 20009 USA
  • 18. Dec 2002 : Autism News,disability News,special Education News
    Mercury in california rainwater traced to industrial emissions in to aid rhythm projectfor the disabled. TX schools meet chellenge of special needs children.
    Posted 12/30/02 Hyperactive Children Treated With Stimulants Understanding an autistic child's mind Many melatonin supplements meet label claims Update on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (Medscape will have to log-in, its free) Charter School Explored for Autistic Credentials eyed to reduce shortage Report targets special needs Limits urged on enrollment The mentally ill deserve better care ... Prescribing Practices of General Practitioners for Children with Mental Health Problems Posted 12/26/02 Vaccines: `Ultimate in 2-tier medicine' Rare MMR vaccine reactions often due to gelatin Posted 12/23/02 New ADHD medication a promising option Education test holds a special value New Senate leader backs drug makers Extended Release Form of Epilepsy Medication Posted 12/21/02 Frist Has Quick Rise in Senate For GOP, The Doctor Is In Posted 12/20/02 Should amalgam fillings be removed? Stem cells from whole adult bone marrow differentiated into central nervous system cells Treating Tourette Syndrome Posted 12/19/02 New hope for autistic children Judge Orders Stepmother Tried for Murder (NY Times will have to log-in, its free) A New Window to View How Experiences Rewire the Brain 9/11 tragedy fails to dim giving spirit When two schools are better than one . . .Autistic students thrive in supportive environment

    19. Special Schools
    special schools Programs Preschool special Center Riverside Unified School District has one special school campus Sunshine Early Childhood Center. This school offers unique curricula especially designed to meet the learning needs of the disabled
    Special Schools Programs Preschool Special Center Riverside Unified School District has one special school campus Sunshine Early Childhood Center . This school offers unique curricula especially designed to meet the learning needs of the disabled preschool student. Head Start classes and the Peer Buddy Program provide peer modeling. Nonpublic Nonsectarian Schools Placement in a nonpublic school is provided for those students whose educational needs cannot be met in the public schools. State Special Schools Special schools, for the deaf and blind operated by the California State Department of Education, sometimes serve as placement when a student's special needs warrant such a program. The School for the Deaf, Southern California , is located in Riverside. Individual Instruction in Home/Hospital Disabled students who cannot profit from special class placement in the regular school setting may be placed on home instruction. The student may be provided with up to 300 minutes of individual instruction at his/her home per week. This is usually intended as a short term service until the student can be returned to a school program. Residential Institution When the student's problems are so severe that the child needs 24-hour care to provide an appropriate education, the student may be placed in a residential setting.

    20. Special Needs
    california's StandardsBased Accountability System. Scroll down to special needson the left, and then click on disabled learners on the right to get to

    Reading Resources for Special Needs Teachers
    Reading Programs for Special Needs Students Village Idea Exchange Professional Books, Journals and Articles for Teachers ... Listservs for Reading Teachers of Special Needs Students
    Resources for Special Needs Teachers
    Would you like to share sites that you have found helpful? Let us hear from you! 1000 Days to Success: A Program for Reading Success
    1000 Days to Success School Network is a not-for-profit corporation developed to help elementary schools dramatically raise reading achievement for all students. Through this program, elementary schools work together as they begin a "No Excuses" approach to teaching reading. This program includes a"Reading Guarantee" that assures parents, students, and staff that a child will read at or above grade level by the time they finish second grade.
    Center for Equal Opportunity Sponsors conferences, supports research, and publishes policy briefs and monographs on issues related to race, ethnicity, assimilation, and public policy. Center for Excellence in Education Dedicated to helping people find the appropriate application of technology to improve teaching and learning in diverse settings.

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