Special Education

Parent Resources

  • Care.com

    A wonderful site to help find care takers for your children. The people that you can hire have had experience with children of their own or ones close to them. This website not only helps with special needs children, it also helps with tutoring, senior care, pet care and other stuff to help relieve people’s stress.


    For more information, visit http://www.care.com


    Adventure Kids Playcare

    This organization is a perfect place to drop off your children to have fun and play in a secure environment. The ages range from 6 weeks to 12 years old.


    For more information, visit http://web.adventurekidsplaycare.com/

  • Parent Connection Meetings

    Parents will be provided with resources that could assist with additional training, services and transition.


    For more information, view this flyer

    Special Olympics

    Special Olympics is the world's largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year round training and competitions to more than 4.2 million athletes in 170 countries.


    For more information, visit http://www.specialolympics.org/default.aspx

    Baytown Special Rodeo

    The Baytown Special Rodeo is a chance to provide a fun filled Western day for mentally and/or physically challenged children and their parents.


    For more information, visit http://www.specialrodeo.org

    Camp for All

    Camp For All is a unique camping and retreat facility that works in collaboration with other non-profits to provide life changing programs for children and adults with challenging illnesses and special needs.


    For more Information, visit http://www.campforall.org

  • Avondale House

    The Avondale House is habilitation center for people of all ages with autism where it provides education services, day habilitation services and residential services.


    For more information, visit http://www.avondalehouse.org


    Bay Area Rehabilitation Center

    Bay Area Rehab is a wonderful center that is located in the Houston area. It has been making a difference with people with disabilities of all ages. It provides therapy of all kinds, Rehabilitation by going out and do activities, and helping people be more involved in the community.


    For more information, visit http://www.bayarearehab.org/


    Katy Autism Support

    Katy Autism Support is a non-profit organization that wants to help inform families and educate them about autism. Their mission is to help the community become more autism friendly and offer resources to care for the community.


    For more information, visit http://www.katyautismsupport.org/