Families with a child with a disability often need specific information, including: details about the disability, school services, therapy, local policies, funding sources, transportation, medical facilities and much more. As parents, you know your children best, so look for a professional team that will truly listen to your interests and concerns. By developing a non-judgmental and nurturing team, you will receive the support to succeed under very difficult circumstances.
“She is a tree of life for those who hold fast to her, and happy are those who support her.”
Local Palm Beach County Resources
Abilities Workshop Sometimes kids do come with manuals.
The 211 HelpLine is a nonprofit organization with a mission to connect people to services 24 hours a day by understanding their individual emotional, financial and community needs and to support the health & human service system as a whole.
The Children’s Center for Psychiatry, Psychology & Related Services offers a variety of clinical, therapeutic, educational and supportive services to children ages 2-20.
Coalition for Independent Living ensure youth learn the job and social skills to help them succeed and one day get their own home and job.
Exceptional Wellness offers counseling and therapeutic services. From counseling, family and community services, assessments, training, yoga, meditation and more.
FAU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) provides expert consulting, training and support, at no charge, for people with autism and related disabilities, their families, employers, the professionals and community and governmental agencies serving them.
Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services (JFS) offers counseling services and through our special needs department offers support groups for parents and caregivers, grandparents and siblings of individuals with special needs. Establish new connections, friendships and learn skills to help you and your children.
Support for Students Growth Center are experts is addressing the academic, social, and behavioral development of your children, teens, and young adults with “special needs”.