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Autism Support Network
Box 1525
Fairfield
6824
203-404-4929
Season Atwater is the founder of the Aware of Angels Photography Project, specializing in photography sessions for children with special needs. Additional photography sessions are available for weddings, families and individual portraits. Please email for more information
3410 N. Brookside Dr.
Provo
84604
http://seasonatwater.com
801.494.7471
We offer BA therapy services to children with behavioral or cognitive disorders to foster social and life skills that are crucial to their physical and emotional well-being.
1414 NW 107 Avenue
Suite 306
Sweetwater
33172
7863326632
My entire focus is how we can help your child get the right support at school while also looking for solutions and strategies to help your child manage or overcome learning challenges. While most believe that once diagnosed the brain wiring never changes, I have seen over and over how the right approach can dramatically improve learning difficulties. Just because your child has a specific diagnosis doesn’t mean he/she is stuck with those symptoms for his/her entire life.
212 E. Ojai Avenue #462
Ojai
93024
310-871-9701
Bowling.com was founded in 1999, we have continually given back to the sport of bowling through scholarships, raising awareness for troops, providing gifts for raffles, and by hosting the Youth Open Championships. Meant to encourage youth to continue bowling, this is also a chance for young bowlers to meet and make new friends from across the country. The Bowling.com Youth Open Championships is a non-qualifying tournament; this means entrants don’t have to have certain averages or qualify through a league or state tournament. The only requirement is that all participants are USBC Youth members.
3540 NE Stallings Dr, Suite 102
Nacogdoches
75965
Tournament Details
1 (800) 441-2695
About Buddy Cruise

Buddy Cruise Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit founded in 2008 by 2 siblings in honor of their brother who has Down syndrome. Our annual conference at sea is a unique event with something for all ages and abilities. Presenters address a wide range of disability related topics during interactive workshops. Our events are supportive of families touched by all a disabilities. Buddy Cruise sets sail every October.
PO BOX 2144
Lithia
33547
1-877-239-2789
Since 1968, Camp Civitan has been providing sleep-away camp experiences for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities. Located in Northern Arizona in the town of Wiliams, Camp Civitan’s 15-acre wheelchair accessible facility offers week-long summer and year-round weekend excursions that promote positive friendships, personal growth and new adventures. Civitan is a DES/DDD Qualified Vendor. Respite and private pay options available.
5008 N Civitan Rd
Williams
86046
CivitanFoundationAZ.org
602-953-2944
We’re proud to be unique among camps. Our positive approach, engaging philosophy and overall experience is different. Camp Starfish provides a 1:1 staff-to-camper ratio at all times to enable success, build social skills, teach coping mechanisms, and help children who have difficulty finding success in traditional settings. We are a one-of-a-kind summer camp, year-round support and advocate for children and families. We encourage you to learn more about Starfish and the campers and families who have had their lives changed by their powerful experiences here. Then, we hope you will join us, becoming a camper, family, or friend who has seen the difference a Starfish summer can make.
12 Camp Monomonac Road
Rindge
03461
978-637-2617
A comprehensive resource designed to provide listing of organizations, support groups, events, services and opportunities to empower parents and caregivers of children with disabilities.
The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at Florida Atlantic University (FAU CARD) provides free services to people with autism and related disabilities as well as their families and professionals. CARD’s focus is to enhance the lives of individuals we serve by helping them become valued members of their communities enabling them to learn, work, communicate, and socialize. CARD offers supports within the natural contexts of homes, residences, child care programs, schools, and communities at no charge.
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton
33431
http://autism.fau.edu
561-297-2055