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Parents Support

MUMS National Parent-to-Parent Network150 Custer Court
Green Bay, WI 54301
voice (414) 336-5333
fax (414) 339-0995
mums@netnet.netThis an international parent matching service. MUMS matches parents whose children have very rare disorders, using a database of over 7,300 families from 25 countries. MUMS also refers to support groups. MUMS newsletters are available free to parents and $20.00 US for professionals. NPPPIS
Kathleen Judd, Project Director
PO Box 907
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
momsheart@aol.com
offers workshops for mothers, professional and other practitioners.

Center for Disability Policy and Research
University of Washington
Seattle, WA USA
(206) 543-4011

National Fathers' Network
James E May
Project Director
Kindering Center

16120 NE 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98008
www.fathersnetwork.org

(206) 282-1334 or (206) 747-4004
FAX: (206) 282-1334 or (206) 747-1069
Parents of Gifted/LD Children, Inc.
Nationwide non-profit organization, supports parents, students, and educators. Membership fee: $25/ year. For $55 more, members can receive a cassette tape of each meeting that is mailed monthly.

Parents of GT/LD Children
2420 Eccleston Street
Silver Spring, MD 20902
(301) 986-1422 T.A.S.K. (Team of Advocates for Special Kids) 18685 Santa Ynez
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714) 962-6332help get services for special kids.

Parental and Sibling Support

The Arc (TheArc.org)

The Sibling Support Project (chmc.org/departmt/sibsupp)

The Sibling Support Project's home page is currently the only site devoted to the interests and well-being of siblings of people with disabilities, chronic health impairments, and mental health concerns. We have great hopes that it will be a place for siblings and those interested in sibling issues to learn about resources and make connections.

The National Fathers' Network (fathersnetwork.org)

The National Fathers' Network is a non-profit organization funded by a grant from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. They are dedicated to providing support and resources for fathers and families of children with special needs.

Parents Helping Parents (portal.com/%7Ecbntmkr/php.html)Our Kids (wonder.mit.edu/our-kids.html)Evan Kemp Associates (disability.com)

Disability Resources, Products, Services and Communications.Services and Communications.

The Parenting Resource Center on the Web (parentsplace.com)

National Information Clearinghouse for Infants with Disabilities and Life-Threatening Conditions

The NIC serves family members, health care providers, and social service professionals...I call it all the time for out-of-state information even though my son is almost ten. Besides information on the TEFRA program, you can also get information about Parent support and training, community services/resources, early intervention resources, financial assistance resources, protection and advocacy resources, child protective services, special needs adoption, and other disability related information. NIC also publishes fact sheets and bibliographies. Call for a publications list. NIC is a joint program of the Center for Developmental Disabilities and the Association for the Care of Children's Health (ACCH) They can be reached at 1-800-922-9234, ext 201, voice and TTY, Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm ET.


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