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Providing Solutions & Answers for Today’s Families…Working to Ensure Diversity & Inclusion

Resources in Autism Education


Resources in Autism Education, Inc. is a Nonpublic Agency certified with the California Department of Education and a vendor of the California Regional Center system. We specialize in meeting the unique needs of children and teens with challenging behaviors and their families. We serve our clients when and where they need us by designing effective behavioral interventions for children, teens, and families with or without a diagnosis of Autism.

Adaptive, Educational, and Therapeutic Toys


With the right supports and therapeutic interventions, children, teens and adults with autism can and will achieve amazing things. It is up to us parents and professionals to be steadfast in demanding the best integrative therapies and interventions for those we serve. We can never underestimate the healing power of unconditional love. Our goal is to empower and inspire these special individuals, and all the caring parents and professionals we meet along the way.

The Ed Roberts Campus


The Ed Roberts Campus commemorates the life and work of Edward V. Roberts, an early leader in the independent living movement of persons with disabilities. Ed believed in the strength of collaborative efforts: He called it working toward our preferred future.

Abilities United


Since its inception, Abilities United has offered people of all ages and abilities educational, therapeutic, recreational and vocational experiences to help them lead meaningful lives and resource connections that make it easier for them to lead the lives they chose. We strive every day to bring the highest-quality services to the children, adults and families who work with us. Our work involves championing for their rights but that doesn’t mean making decisions for them; it means making decisions with them.

Capitol Autism Services


Based on a positive programming philosophy and Applied Behavior Analysis framework, we assess the child’s unique strengths and abilities in order to develop individualized programs targeting areas of need and meaningful skills. Emphasis is placed on the inclusion and training of parents in the development of abilities promoting generalization of learned skills across a variety of environments and daily living activities.



Anova is Northern California’s most trusted provider of educational, behavioral, and therapy services for children and teens (ages 5 through 22) diagnosed with high functioning autism, social and emotional challenges, learning differences, and other neuro-developmental impairments.

Super Duper Publications

Today, we’re making hundreds of creative, colorful educational and therapy materials that you and your children will love. (Believe it or not, we have as much fun making them as your kids will have learning with them!) Our Super Duper® staff members do their best every day to give you great customer help, speedy and careful delivery of your orders, and friendly help with any of your questions.

National Lekotek Center

LEKOTEK CENTERS offer therapeutic PLAY-based family sessions for families of children with disabilities structured to help children learn, develop and thrive in a world that presents them with many unique and complex challenges. TOYS and PLAY are the vehicles used to provide children with an understanding of and an ability to relate to the world around them

School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities

Grounded in our overall philosophy that learning is a journey, not a destination, LeRoy Haynes Center’s School for Autism offers specialized educational services and treatments for all children on the spectrum.

Therapro: Occupational Therapy Products

Our goal is to provide unique speech and occupational therapy supplies for preventive, developmental, and rehabilitative care. With the right tools, including occupational therapy assessments and evaluations, kids and adult activities, games, products and toys, developing gross motor skills, fine motor skills and communication skills is less frustrating, and will result in better outcomes in a shorter period of time.

World Institute on Disability

WID creates innovative programs and tools; conducts research, public education, training, and advocacy campaigns; and provides technical assistance. WID’s mission is realized when there is full employment at the same rate as the general population; the barriers to asset building are removed, and people with disabilities have the tools, information, and resources to achieve economic security and build wealth; and people with disabilities have seamless, continuous access to affordable, quality health care and support services.

Kaleidoscope After-School Program


Kaleidoscope is an after-school program based in Dublin, California, open to children and young adults ages 5 to 22. The program offers specific programming for children, teens and young adults with disabilities working to integrate into the community. Kaleidoscope is open to individuals with a wide range of abilities and is not limited to those with an autism diagnosis.

Break It Down Total Sports


It is ‘Break it Down’ Total Sports vision to teach children with autism and other special needs how to successfully participate in sports utilizing systematic teaching, building children’s motivation, decreasing interfering behaviors, and increasing independence. ‘Break it Down’ Total Sports envisions placing children in groupings based on skill and independence level, including an advanced group that are nearly ready to join their own community sports leagues for the future. ‘Break it Down’ Total Sports also envisions expanding the number of sites throughout Los Angeles County

Abilities United Palo Alto – Day Programs


In our day programs, you choose from a variety of activities to experience new opportunities and learn. You and your friends participate in activities to learn household tasks such as shopping, cooking, laundry, cleaning, and gardening; community life skills like transportation usage and restaurant dining; and how to access community resources such as libraries, museums, theaters, parks, and other public areas.

Ala Costa Centers: After School Programs/Day Camp


Ala Costa Centers’ after-school program offers school aged children with developmental disabilities academic support, enrichment activities, and help developing the skills and self-esteem that this underserved population needs for success in life. Families rely on Ala Costa to provide services that enable children with developmental disabilities to learn so that when they are in classroom or on their own, they have the skills needed to absorb and process information.

“Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere, To Ignore Injustice Is To Be It’s Accomplice.”

– Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. | Amos 5:24

“Faith Is The First Factor In A Life Devoted To Service. Without It, Nothing Is Possible, With It,

Nothing Is Impossible.”

– Mary Mcleod Bethune, Hebrews 11:1

“The Best And Most Beautiful Things In The World Cannot Be Seen Or Even Touched But Must Be Felt With The Heart.” 

-Helen Keller

“We Are Willing To Spend The Least Amount Of Money To Keep A Kid At Home, And More To Put

Him In A Foster Home, And The Most To Institutionalize Him.”

– Marian Wright Edelman

“The Courage To Act Depends Upon The Strength One Has Gathered, The Dares One Has Dared, And Sometimes Just Because One Was Loved.”

Maya Angelou, Joshua 1:6-9

“Together Ordinary People Can Do Extraordinary Things.”

– President Barack Obama

“We Have A Powerful Potential In Our Youth, And We Must Have The Courage To Change Old Ideas And Practices So That We May Direct Their Power Towards Good Ends.”

-Mary McLeoud Bethune

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