Sites concerning special education and disability resources helpful in order to advocate for the rights of the disabled.
Legal and policy resources on the civil rights of people with mental disabilities, including health care, education, housing, federal benefits, insurance and employment.
Promotes awareness, understanding and prevention of brain injury through education, advocacy, research grants and community support services that lead toward reduced incidence and improved outcomes of children and adults with brain injuries.
This organization provides technical assistance to both school districts and parents, and serves as an information clearinghouse on dispute resolution in special education.
Assists teachers, school administrators and related service providers to appropriately implement recent changes to the United States' primary special education law.
DRA is a national and international organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the civil rights of people with disabilities. Run by and for people with disabilities, DRA pursues its mission through research, education, and legal advocacy.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Amendments of 1997. This amended law forms the basis for special education in all fifty states.
Overview of special education law, from a Fort Worth attorney.
Nationwide network of congressionally mandated, legally based disability rights agencies.
Special education and psychology resources for parents and professionals, by Erin N. King.
SPAN is a non-profit educational and advocacy center for parents of children from birth to 21 years of age. This N.J. organization assists families of infants, toddlers, children and youth with and without disabilities.
Information for parents, advocates, lawyers, and educators who need legal information regarding the education of children with disabilities, from Peter W. D. Wright, Esq.
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