Families need to spend their time caring for the family members facing challenges, not spend their time searching out the services, resources and programs that can be provided to them. We hope that our resource page assists in gaining access to community services and resources you need in order to achieve greater independence and enhanced quality of life.
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autism-society  has been the national leader in serving people on the autism spectrum, their families and professionals and continue to be passionately committed to changing autism today and in the future  world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.  goal is to short-cut the uphill battle individuals and families undertake when faced with autism – whether that means the initial diagnosis, the day-to-day living and coping needed, relationship and therapeutic strategies and the latest information.
ballyCANhelp  create a profile. The information provided will allow their matching system program to search the resources and services in your area that can enrich your life.  raises awareness of cerebal palsy and other birth injuries
Epilepsy Foundation  Important information about epilepsy and seizures   provides quality learning opportunities in recreational activities for individuals with disabilities
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community  providing disability-related information and services that touch the entire life span, from birth through older adulthood
League for the Blind & Disabled  provides and promotes opportunities that empower people with disabilities to achieve their potential.    
magical   dedicated to encouraging positive mental attitudes, physical fitness, trust, self-confidence and independence to those with special needs
music healing brings the benefits of music activities to people with special needs and disabilities 
Special Kids Network  provides funding for programs that help children and young adults with special needs
Potty Train Autistic Children Using Tinkletoonz Sensor.  Tinkle Toonz works with a therapist to develop toliet training success with special needs and autistic children
United Cerebral Palsy  has been a voice for issues important to people with disabilities and continue to push for opportunities, protections and public policies that ensure fair and full citizenship for people with a range of disabilities and their families.