We have gathered links from many national organizations and a collection of other useful websites. Scroll through these lists to find many great sites.
Parent to Parent USA – is a non-profit organization that connects
Parents, family, & professionals to a Pennsylvania program for AT, to network with professionals at national annual meetings, & to educate umbrella parents, family and professionals.
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities : This website provides Pennsylvania state sheets and offices not close to your home. It’s intended to put people in touch with community resources, disability information & assistance about disability issues.
Patient Advocate Foundation: Uses their financial and human resources to empower the most vulnerable families and individuals in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County to build more secure and self-sufficient lives through the provision of decent affordable housing and essential supportive services.
Bridges for Kids: Bridges4Kids is website information to help children in the United States. Just click on a state on the map, to go to the information in Pennsylvania Once you do, it provides helpful links to find help in Pennsylvania
Family Village: This web site is for adults and children with disabilities to be an easy-to-use directory. It is where visitors can get information about 300 diagnoses.
Family Voices: It is a website, funded solely by private dollars and allows people heard about health issues concerning children. Families tell their stories to let who make decisions about children learn from personal opportunities.
Wright’s Law Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities State Assistance: People can find educational consultants, psychologists, educational diagnosticians, health care providers, academic therapists, tutors, speech language therapists, occupational therapists, coaches, advocates, and attorneys for children with disabilities on the Yellow Pages for Kids in Pennsylvania.
Autism Resources Searchable by State: It takes you to a listing of resources by state.
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Civic Organizations – Kiwanis Club
CdLS Foundation – Cornelia De Lange Syndrome Foundation
860-676-8166 / 800-753-2357 (United States only)
Disabled Children’s Relief Fund
National Information Center for Children & Youth w/Disabilities
National Rehab Information Center
Supplemental Security Income
United Cerebral Palsy Foundation