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Parent Liaison working in the PBC school system paid by a grant to assist parents in ensuring your childrens' 504\plans and IEPs are being designed and enforced properly. There is NO CHARGE to parents. Call the ESE department for more info. 434-8970.
Family Network on Disabilities: provides family driven support, education, information and advocacy to families who have children with disabilities, special needs or are at high risk. 800-825-5736 email: email@example.com
ARC of Palm Beach County: Speech, occupational/physical therapies/sensory integration/respite 561-842-3213 Parent to Parent program, aftercare 561-804-4912 www.arcpbc.org
Jewish Family and Children's Service: Counseling, support gps, mentoring, workshops, programs 561-684-1991
JCC: Programs for children with special needs 561-736-4758
Family Advocacy Rsources, Inc. (FAR): 561-333-3200 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health Assn. 561-832-3755
Center for Referral, Information and Crisis:dial 211
Dick Webber Ctr: Non-profit organization providing free assistance to parents of children who are at high risk for abuse. 561- 586-4996
Find out about the McKay scholarship for students with an IEP: Sue Alex, 434-8069.
CILO: Coalition for Independent Living; Many advocacy services re: education/employment/housing/transitions www.cilo.org 561-966-4288