Parenting Resources

1-800 Contacts  7 Warning Signs Your Child may have a vision problem

Advocacy Basics presented by The ARC of Texas

AVM Alliance Support Network Brain AVM (arteriovenous malformation) Alliance resources for parents

Born This Way Toolkit resources for education, transition, and employment

Collaborative for Children

Developmental Screening & Early Intervention learn about developmental milestones, developmental screening tools, and Early Childhood Intervention services for families and their children with developmental delays or disabilities

Disability is Natural

Down Syndrome Association of Houston provides programs and support to individuals with Down Syndrome from birth to 99

Exceptional Parent is an online magazine for parents of children or young adults with disabilities

Family to Family Network

Financial and Housing Guidance with CreditSmart  by Freddie Mac

Financial Planning Resources

FreeWill free estate planning

Healthcare Transition (Youth to Adult) from Health & Human Services

Help Hope Live supports community-based fundraising for people with unmet medical expenses and related costs, including assistive technology

Home Remodeling and Modifications for People with Special Needs

Justin Dart, Jr. Student Accessibility Center

K12 Academics

Kids Directory 

MassMutual Greater Houston Special Care Planning Team financial goals and objectives for your loved ones

MassMutual LifeBridge Free Life Insurance Program for Education

Parenting & Stress: Developing Your Own Coping Strategies

Partner's Resource Network

Pfizer RxPathways

Project Delivery of Chronic Care Resource Guide for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Public Utility Commission of Texas Bill Assistance

Special Life Network is designed to facilitate the integration of individuals with special needs into the church and the broader community.

Special Needs Directory

Take Me Home  database for Fort Bend County residents who may need special assistance if they are alone or in times of emergency

Texas Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Program  provides Texans with disabilities and their families the opportunity to save money for disability-related expenses in a tax-advantaged account without losing their eligibility for certain public benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Medicaid

Texas Project FIRST

Understanding ADA, Section 504, IDEA and IEP 

U.S. Department of Education Releases Guidance on Civil Rights of Students with Disabilities

We Choose Happy Applicant Nomination Form