Learning how to manage behavior at home, at school and in other activities can be a challenge, but there are many resources to help parents and caregivers of children with special needs create a positive environment for learning, communicating, and having fun.


 

Resources for Daily Life

 

Local Organizations

 

General Service Providers

These organizations offer basic support through health and clinical services, day programs, case management, education, raising awareness, and basic care.

 

 

Schools for Children with Special Needs

These local schools work specifically to support children with special needs, working to improve education, quality of life, communication, as well self-esteem and positivity.

 

  • Brighton Center
    • Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) services,
    • Bright Beginnings Child Development Center,
    • The Parent Alliance for Learning and Support (PALS)
    • Precious Minds, New Connections (PMNC)

 

 

  • Winston School of San Antonio
    • Seeks to educate children in grades kindergarten through twelve with learning differences and learning disabilities.

 

Medical Services

Children and families with special needs often have unique healthcare requirements. These local organizations improve the lives of individuals with disabilities, providing services such as payments for medical care, family support, as well as mental health and substance abuse services.

 

 

 

Sports and Play

Sports and recreation foster courage, self esteem, pride, and joy as well as important social and play experiences for all kids, and children with special needs deserve the same opportunity. These local programs offer tailored activities designed for children with special needs.

 

 

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