SUPPORT & EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Easter Seals of Central Alabama
(Advertiser & Expo Participant)
2125 East South Boulevard, Montgomery, AL (334) 288.0240
Consists of eight community rehabilitation program sites and the world’s largest barrier free recreational camp Camp ASCCA. Easter Seals Alabama services include: Medical Rehabilitation, Early Intervention, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Hearing Therapy, Job Training and Employment, Child Care & Camping and Recreation.
Montgomery Children’s Specialty Center
(Advertiser & Expo Participant)
2853 Forbes Drive, Montgomery, (334) 261-3445
We are Montgomery’s preferred children’s nursing and rehabilitation facility. Providing services to children with severe developmental disabilities that require on-going nursing care. Our team of professionals will create a plan of care that promotes a nurturing environment of respect, growth and healing. Visit www.montgomerychildrenscare.com.
Disabilities ministry of Young Meadows Presbyterian Church, seeking to share the love of Christ with families and individuals who are involved with loved ones, or even themselves who struggle with a physical, cognitive or behavioral disability. While the programs are a great deal of fun and a wonderful way for members and friends of YMPC to get to work together, but the most important aspect is those personal relationships with parents, those with disabilities, seeing that we are all people created in the image of God. For more info, call 244.1385.
Service Dogs Alabama
3066 Zelda Road, Suite 313, Montgomery, AL; (334) 676.3733
Service Dogs Alabama is a multi-functional Service Dog training organization including K-9s 4 Kids. We are the only non-profit organization in Alabama who trains Service Dogs a child’s specific needs and gives them to their families free of charge. We train Service Dogs for Asperger’s Syndrome, wheelchair assistance, balance and mobility, Diabetic Alert, and seizure assistance. Please visit our website at www.ServiceDogsAlabama.com.
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Alabama Council for Developmental Disabilities
RSA Union Building, 100 North Union Street, Post Office Box 301410 Montgomery, Alabama 36130-1410 Phone: (334) 242.3973, Toll-Free: (800) 232.2158, FAX: (334) 242.0797 Email:email@example.com. or visit us on the web at www.acdd.org.
Dianne Craft – Child Diagnostics
(303) 694.0532. Wonderful website filled with information, articles, resources for learning disabilities, dyslexia, auditory processing, right/left brain learning. Nutritional therapy and supplement recommendations. You can purchase Dianne’s DVDs, CDs, Books, vitamins, and other various products through her online store. Please visit http://www.diannecraft.org.
The Listening Program
(888) 228.1798 The Listening Program (TLP) is a music listening therapy that provides engaging brain stimulation to improve performance in school, work and life. It gently trains the auditory system to accurately process sound. Auditory processing problems can lead to academic, emotional, cognitive and social challenges, including problems with ADD, Listening, Speech & language, memory, communication, Social skills, reading, Sensory Integration, Balance and coordination and self regulation. Auditory processing problems are often found in children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD, dyslexia and learning disabilities. Please visit us at www.thelisteningprogram.com for more information.
March of Dimes Alabama Chapter
Birmingham, Al. (205) 824.0103; www.marchofdimes.com; Central Division in Montgomery, Al. (334) 277.6910
The Southeast ADA Center
Atlanta, GA. (800) 949.4232; www.adasoutheast.org; The Center provides information, training, and guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and disability access. The Center serves eight states in the Southeast Region including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.