INCLUSION, INDEPENDENT LIVING, INFANT and TODDLER SPECIFIC

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INCLUSION

 

Disability is Natural
Encourages new ways of thinking about developmental disabilities.
www.disabilityisnatural.com

Inclusion.com
Disabilities awareness and person-centered planning and resource suggestions.
www.inclusion.com

KIT (Kids Included Together)
Provides learning opportunities that support recreation, child development and youth enrichment programs to include children with and without disabilities.
2820 Roosevelt Rd. #202
SD, 92106
858-225-5680
www.kitonline.org

 

INDEPENDENT LIVING

 

ADA Ride
Paratransit for special needs.
100 16th St.,
SD, 92101
877-232-7433
www.adaride.comwww.kudzu.com/m/ADA-Ride-19300376

ARC of San Diego
Largest, most comprehensive provider of services to teens and adults with disabilities in San Diego County including independent living and vocational skills training and recreational activities. Also a leader in government advocacy for persons with disabilities.
3030 Market St.,
SD, 92102
619-685-1175

www.arc-sd.com

Canine Companions for Independence
Oceanside, CA
800-572-BARK (2275)
760-901-4300
www.cci.org

Community Catalysts of California
Provides vocational counseling, job placement, community-living skills training, residential support, in-home respite care and crisis intervention to individuals with disabilities.
935 W. San Marcos Blvd. #103
San Marcos, CA 92078
760-471-3700
communitycatalysts.org

Community Interface Services
Helps individuals become integrated in the community and be self-sufficient. Services such as money management, meal planning/preparation, shopping, and accessing community resources are provided in the person’s home or in the community.
2621 Roosevelt St.
Carlsbad, CA 92008
760-729-3866
www.communityinterfaceservices.org

Digital Access Project
Affordable access to high-speed online services for those with disabilities.
800-390-2699
TTY: 800-900-0706
www.digitalaccessproject.org

E & CO
Nonprofit organization that educates and empowers low-income adults with developmental disabilities with the skills and knowledge to achieve their optimum potential in life.
5050 Murphy Canyon Rd. #220
SD, 92123
858-565-9870
www.communityoptions.org

Going Strong by Flaghouse
Recreational, rehab and sensory products designed for people 18 and older for independent living.
800-793-7900
www.flaghouse.com

Living Independently is for Everyone
Assessment and day program for teens and adults with disabilities who want to be more involved in their community and/or enter the workforce. Services include independent living skills, hygiene, job readiness training, and social skills training.
1365 N. Johnson Ave. #103
El Cajon, CA 92020
619-390-1800
www.lifeindependently.org

MTS Access
Wheelchair equipped public transportation.
800-921-9664
www.sdmts.com/MTS/MTS_Access.asp

Noah Homes
Residential programs for adults with disabilities.
12526 Campo Rd.
Spring Valley, CA 91978
619-660-6200
www.noahhomes.org

Partnerships with Industry
Provides adults with a developmental or other disability the chance to pursue independence.
7540 Metropolitan Dr. #105
SD, 92108-4416
619-681-1999
www.pwiworks.org

P.R.I.D.E., Inc.
Dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities gain independence.
3645 Ruffin Rd. #220
SD, 92123
858-467-6840
www.pride-inc.org

Sharp Rehabilitation Services Driving Program
Evaluation and referral to specialists for physical driving impairments.
858-939-3866
www.sharp.com/services/rehab

TERI Campus of Life Day and Residential Programs
Day programs and residential living choices for teens and adults. Placement is based on age, diagnosis and ability. Life coaching, spiritual enhancement, personal improvement, nutrition and fitness and recreation are addressed for a meaningful and independent life experience.
251 Airport Rd.
Oceanside, CA 92058
760-721-1706
www.teriinc.org

TMI (Toward Maximum Independence)
Community living services for adults and students transitioning to adulthood consisting of two programs: “Independent Living” and “Supported Living.” Provides skills training, resource development, self-advocacy and live-in paid companionship, if needed.
4740 Murphy Canyon Rd. #300
SD, 92123 (corporate office)
858-467-0600
www.tmi-inc.org

 

INFANT and TODDLER SPECIFIC

 

Aiko & Egor App: Animation 4 Autism
Research-based, early intervention, social communication and play skills app created for children with Autism with simplified animation and language. Developed by See Beneath, Inc., a local nonprofit.
www.seebeneath.org

ARC of San Diego Parent/Infant and Bright Start Program
Provides family-centered educational services for children, from birth to 5 years, who are delayed or at risk for delay. Uses play-based activities to help children meet their milestones.
3030 Market St.,
SD, 92102
619-685-1175
www.arc-sd.com

Beginnings Infant Development Program
Provides in-home early childhood intervention services (ages 0-3) and parent training. Bilingual (Spanish).
La Jolla, CA
619-238-0105; 760-855-2211
www.beginningsprogram.com

BundieBaby
A bundling system that works around G-tubes and medical equipment.
443-878-9822
www.bundiebaby.com

C3-Rady Children’s Care Connection
Developmental and social assessment, early intervention services and general assessment for children 0-5, as well as support services for parents.
Central: 3020 Children’s Way #23
 SD, 92123
858-966-8931; 858-576-1700
North: 3605 Vista Way #B-201
Oceanside, CA 92056
858-966-8014
South: 1261 3rd Ave. #D
 Chula Vista, CA 91911
858-966-8008
www.rchsd.org

The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center
Webinars, calendar of events & statistical information for children ages 0-3.
919-962-2001
www.ectacenter.org

Escondido Community Child Development Center
Preschool counseling and parent education center.
819 W. 9th Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
760-839-9361
www.eccdc.com

Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC)
California Early Start and PRRS Point of Entry. Teams of service coordinators, healthcare providers, early intervention specialists, therapists, and parent resource specialists can evaluate and assess an infant or toddler and provide appropriate early intervention services.
9245 Sky Park Ct. #130
SD, 92123
800-281-8252
www.efrconline.org

Family Health Centers of San Diego
FHC healthcare professionals provide developmental screenings, assessments and early intervention for children birth-3 years old at multiple locations in San Diego.
619-515-2300
www.fhcsd.org

First 5 San Diego
Healthy development checkups, dental services, kits for new parents, and other resources for children ages 0–5 and their families. First 5 San Diego promotes the health and well-being of children—from the prenatal stage through age 5.
888-5-FIRST-5
www.first5sandiego.org

Head Start-Neighborhood House Association
Early childhood education program that provides services to children 0-5 and their families. Priority is given to families who are low income and/or homeless, foster children and children with disabilities.
5660 Copley Dr., SD, 92111
888-873-5145
www.neighborhoodhouse.org

Home of Guiding Hands Early Intervention Program
Credentialed teachers partner with parents to provide 1:1 intervention for children ages 0-3 with developmental delays and/or disabilities. Free to families enrolled in the CA Early Start program through San Diego Regional Center.
1908 Friendship Dr.
El Cajon, CA 92020
619-938-2850
www.guidinghands.org

Hope Infant Family Support Program, San Diego County Office of Education
This public, special education program offers services to infants and toddlers with special needs and their families.
858-292-3801, Executive Director
800-281-8252 (EFRC) for referral
www.sdcoe.net/student-services/early-education/pages/hope-infant-family-support.aspx

I Can Play!
Teaches flexibility, communication, empathy, problem solving, engagement, organization, creative thinking, self-reliance and self-confidence through natural play settings for children ages 2-8.
SD, 92126
858-442-1624
www.icanplaysd.com

Infant Autism Spectrum Study: The Mind, Experience & Perception Lab
Research program committed to better understanding brain and behavioral development in ASD. Currently seeking 1-month to 18-month-old baby siblings of children with ASD for participation in a series of visual, neural and behavioral development through 3 years of age. The assessments are designed to aid in identifying early indicators of Autism.
9500 Gilman Dr. #109
La Jolla, CA 92093
858-822-0642
http://babylab.ucsd.edu

Infant Development Association of California
Dedicated to educating the parents and care providers of children 0-3 and advocating for these children.
Sacramento, CA
916-453-8801
www.idaofcal.org

KidSTART-Rady Children’s Hospital
Comprehensive screening, triage, assessment referral and treatment (including intensive mental health treatment) for children 0-5 with complex developmental, behavioral, family and medical needs. Referrals must come through Healthy Development Services (HDS) pediatricians, CWS social workers and Developmental Screening and Enhancement Program (DSEP).
3665 Kearny Villa Rd. #410
SD, 92123
858-966-5990
www.rchsd.org

Lifetime Women’s Healthcare
Complete women’s healthcare including high risk pregnancy management. Dedicated to ensuring infant health by supporting mom through pregnancy with 3D/4D ultrasounds.
752 Medical Center Ct. #106
Chula Vista, CA, 91911
619-482-8406
www.lifetimewomenscare.com

Miracle Babies
Provides financial and emotional support to families with children in the NICU.
8745 Aero Dr. #111,
SD, 92123
858-633-8540
www.miraclebabies.org

My Child Without Limits
Early intervention resource for families of children ages 0-5 with developmental delays or disabilities, and professionals looking for a single, trusted source of information that relates to their needs.
www.mychildwithoutlimits.org

San Diego Regional Center (SDRC)
Serves as a focal point in the community through which infants and toddlers with a suspected or diagnosed developmental disability and their family can obtain services and be linked to other community resources in San Diego and Imperial Counties.
4355 Ruffin Rd. #200
SD, 92123
858-576-2996
www.sdrc.org

Spanish Infant/Toddler Support Group, Baby/Toddler and Me Playgroups
A weekly playgroup and learning time for children ages 0-3 with special needs and their typical siblings; a support group for parents of children ages 0-3 with SDUSD staff childcare.
Cherokee Point Elementary School
 3735 38th St., SD, 92103
Parent Group: Guadalupe Galindo
 858-272-9641 x156

Text4baby
Texting service designed to promote healthy pregnancies through a child’s first year. Sign up based on due date to receive three free text messages per week about promoting healthy tendencies, meeting developmental benchmarks and more.
www.Text4baby.org

Together We Grow
Pediatric day healthcare facility and school provides an inclusive preschool setting for children with or without special needs and their siblings. Funding for qualifying families.
2120 Thibodo Rd.
Vista, CA 92081
760-757-6031
5055 Viewridge Ave.
 SD, 92123
858-751-0506
www.togetherwegrow.net

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