Category: Resources for Parents of Children with Intellectual Disabilities

  • Mental Health Services for Children and Youth in San Francisco
    • This is a book written to ensure families understand the various services and rights children with disabilities are entitled to. It is a guide for parents to effectively advocate for and support their children with disabilities.
  • Mental Health Services for Children and Youth in San Francisco (Chinese Translation)
    • This is a book written to ensure families understand the various services and rights children with disabilitieis are entitled to. It is a guide for parents to effectively advocate for and support their children with disabilities.
  • My Child Without Limits
    • This site is an authoritative early intervention resource for families of young children ages 0-5 with developmental delays or disabilities, and professionals looking for a single, trusted, aggregate source of information that relates to their needs and interests.
  • Servicios de Salud Mental para Niños y Jóvenes en San Francisco
    • Este es un libro escrito para garantizar familias a comprender los diferentes servicios y derechos de los niños con discapacidad tienen derecho. Es una guía para los padres para defender con eficacia y apoyar a sus hijos con discapacidad. SPANISH This is a book written to ensure families understand the various services and rights children with disabilities are entitled to. It is a guide for parents to effectively advocate for and support their children with disabilities. ENGLISH
  • Transition Checklist
    • This checklist is designed to give family members of students with intellectual disabilities a list of topics to take into consideration when discussing transition from high school to college. To be handed out to families who are interested in postsecondary education at IEP conferences, transition fairs, or parent trainings. This could also be the basis for a family training.