Finding resources for your child with special needs can be a challenge. You may feel confused or overwhelmed, but there are organizations and individuals who can help you. Here is a list of some that may be of help.

Who to contact for guidance:

  • Developmental Concerns & Early Intervention How to identify possible areas of concern for your child and access early intervention services.your child’s health, growth and development and help you find local resources.
  • Family Resource Coordinators (FRC) – FRCs provide information about child growth and development, coordinate resources and services for your family, and find screening for your child if you have concerns about his or her development.
  • Other Parents – can tell you about their experiences, give you tips, tell you about helpful providers, and give you hope.  Parent to Parent and The Fathers Network are two parent-run organizations that provide emotional and informational support to parents.
  • WithinReach ASK (Answers for Special Kids) Family Health Hotline –  Find information and resources to help your child with special needs call 800-322-2588 or visit

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