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Welcome To Our Key Links Resource Page. 

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Children with Cerebral Palsy


Cerebral palsy is a disability caused by brain damage that restricts normal movement and coordination. Each year, 10,000 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Cerebral Palsy Guide provides free educational materials, financial options, and support to help those affected by this condition.

Gigi's Playhouse


With over 50+ brick and mortar locations across the United States and Mexico, GiGi’s Playhouse is the ONLY network of Down Syndrome Achievement Centers. Every day, we provide FREE, life-changing therapeutic, educational and career training programs for 30,000+ individuals of all ages. Our mission is to change the way the world views Down syndrome and to send a global message of acceptance for all.

US Adaptive Golf Alliance


The United States Adaptive Golf Alliance (USAGA) intends to make playing golf a reality for the 20 million physically disabled who would like  to play the game. Founded in 2014, the USAGA includes 38 member organizations across the United States who provides adaptive golf to 40,000 individuals annually. Our members are the "grass roots" nation-wide adaptive golf organizations working together to provide competitive pathways serving individuals across all disability types.

National Down Syndrome Congress


Founded in 1973, we are the leading national resource of support and information for anyone touched by or seeking to learn about Down syndrome, from the moment of prenatal diagnosis through adulthood. The purpose of the NDSC is to promote the interests of people with Down syndrome and their families through advocacy, public awareness, and information. When we empower individuals and families from all demographic backgrounds, we reshape the way people understand and experience Down syndrome.

The "I Got This" Foundation


The I GOT THIS Foundation has a mission to promote golf instruction and playing opportunities for people with Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities. At I GOT THIS Foundation, we want to create these same experiences for people with intellectual disabilities and the new friends they can make. Inclusion means belonging to a community. What better way to be included than to play alongside fellow golfers including athletes with intellectual disabilities.

National Autism Association


Founded in 2003, the National Autism Association is a parent-run non-profit organization and the leading voice on urgent issues related to severe autism, regressive autism, autism safety, autism abuse, and crisis prevention. The mission of the National Autism Association is to respond to the most urgent needs of the autism community, providing real help and hope so that all affected can reach their full potential.

STARability Foundation


Based in Naples, Florida, we exist to support and empower individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. STAR participants connect and engage with the community through continuing education, art and creative expression workshops, health and wellness classes, sports leagues and many other activities to transform the lives of individuals with disabilities through social, vocational and educational connections to the community.

School selection Guide for ASD


Elemy is an innovative, tech-forward provider of in-home and online applied behavior analysis to help children on the autism spectrum meet their unique needs. We've recently created a school selection guide for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This free resource is aimed to help parents of neuro divergent, school-aged children navigate all of the different educational options available and assist in determining the best fit for their child's unique needs.

NASDDDS State by State Services


The association's goal is to promote and assist states in developing effective, efficient service delivery systems that furnish high-quality services and supports to people with lifelong developmental disabilities. State service systems should be based on the principle that people with developmental disabilities have a right to be treated with respect and dignity, be independent and make individual choices to participate in family, community, and work life with the opportunity to maximize their full potential.