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Tax information/Tips for the Legally Disabled - Cerebral Palsy Guidance is the web's most comprehensive informational and support website providing detailed information on cerebral palsy as well as associated conditions

www.Drug ​- latest news on recalls, research studies and safety communications within the pharmaceutical industry

​free educational information and support to those who have been affected by cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.​ designed to help families. - OSEP National Technical Assistance and Dissemination Centers - The US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) has a rich variety of technical assistance and information dissemination projects that provide a wealth of resources.  Click the link to get contact information and descriptions for each project. The mission of the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network is to support the efforts and initiatives of the Bureau of Special Education, and to build the capacity of local educational agencies to serve students who receive special education services. Website of the Pennsylvania Education Law Center. Covers disability and education law, as well as other legal issues pertaining to children with disabilities.

​​ Website of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Website of the PA chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics. Section titled ECELS has fact sheets on pediatric illnesses. Website of the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council. Includes information about grants available from the PA DDC. This website provides information on events regarding summer programs / camps for children with disabilities.

National Links

-Por favor considere hacer una donación a HUNE exentos de impuestos:

-Please consider making a tax free donation to HUNE: - Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) official website.

​​  American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry web site. Designed to assist families in

understanding developmental, behavioral, and mental health disorders affecting children and families. See section “Facts for Families and Other Resources.”  American Academy of Pediatrics website with recommendations of preventive pediatric health

care, policies, and publications. American Psychological Association web site with information on mental health disorders. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association website with information on communication/speech disorders and information on the speech and language developmental milestones Bright Futures website contains tools, publications, and information to promote the health of children and adolescents Safe USA website with printable safety education guides  Cerebral Palsy Guide provides parents with information on cerebral palsy symptoms, prognosis and treatments Website of the Disability Rights Advocacy Group US Department of Education Contains information and resources for families of children with special needs Families and Advocates Partnership for Education Institute for Child Health Policy Website of the Immunization Action Coalition with current information on immunizations (schedule, shortages) Information on child health, development, growth, and parenting. Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Also link to to access information on the 2010 Express, an action plan to achieve community-based service systems for children with special needs and their families. Website of Physician Practice Communications Network. Also contains an in-depth medical library. The most comprehensive compendium of information on genetic disorders National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities Website of the National Institute of Mental Health with a section on Child and Adolescent Mental Health containing information on illnesses such as eating disorders, depression, ADHD, anxiety disorder. Website of the National Mental Health Association The National Oral Health Information Clearinghouse contains information on oral health for children with special health care needs. Website with parenting, health, safety, behavior, and development information for parents Organization that advocates the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of society Website of the US Department of Justice. Includes information on disability law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contains information on advocacy for children with disabilities Zero to Three website with advice on every aspect of child development from birth to age three. Also has a Quality Child Care Checklist to use in selecting a childcare provider. The State of Arizona endeavors to assure equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency for individuals with disabilities. AOAD is leading the way. The Arizona Office for Americans with Disabilities (AOAD) will be recognized as a leader in providing strong and consistent guidance to eliminate discrimination against individuals with disabilities. 


Pennsylvania State Links