Nowadays, there are many helpful special education resources for parents on the Internet. The only inconvenience is that they are scattered online, and it takes a lot of time and effort to find all the information that you need. Also, it’s easy to lose some important discoveries.
That’s the reason we’ve put together a list of useful special education websites for parents so that you can quickly and easily find everything you need in one place.
Whether you are exploring educational possibilities and options for your children with special needs or you are looking for some legal help, you will find your answers in the following resources.
Practical tips, free experts’ help, supportive online community, and personalized resources for parents whose children have learning and attention issues.
News organization that covers developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, intellectual disability and more.
One of the best websites for parents that offers precise and reliable information about education law, special education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego
A nonprofit corporation dedicated to providing resources and information to professionals and families that take care of children with special needs.
Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates
One of the most comprehensive websites that provides resources to protect special education rights for students with disabilities and their parents, as well as resources for advocates, attorneys, and related professionals.
TERI Campus of life offers education and training opportunities for children with disabilities designed to match each student specific needs.
Foundation for Developmental Disabilities
Offering resource and help to persons with developmental disabilities and their families through scholarships, grants for programs, help fund and more.
My Special Needs Connection
A free comprehensive online and on-ground San Diego resource of articles, webinars, and events for families who have children with special needs.
Arc of San Diego
A nonprofit organization that offers quality programs for children and adults with disabilities in order to promote personal, economic and social independence.
California Department of Education
Resources and guidelines to help children with disabilities on their transition from school to adult life, including education and training, employment and independent living.
Is there any other special education websites for parents that you found really helpful? Please share them with us and help us grow this useful resource that will become a go-to place for parents and family members with children with disabilities.