Parents are an integral part of any student's success. As such we are firmly committed to providing resources to our parents. In addition to the resources links below, please visit the Resource Library at our schools where parents can check out books, videos, and information packets.
Please Note: the views expressed by the authors of the linked websites are not necessarily those of The Harbour School. We make no warranty, expressed or implied, regarding the information you gather from them. This list is provided as a resource for parents and is not maintained by The Harbour School. You may report broken links to email@example.com.
The following Web sites offer information for parents, from parents:
Family Village provides a wealth of information for parents of children with disabilities from the perspective of a consumer looking for services in their community. http://www.familyvillage.wisc.edu/
Parent Advocacy Center for Educational Rights (PACER)
PACER was created by parents of children and youth with disabilities to help other parents and families facing similar challenges. The site includes links to assistive technology (AT) information and resources, including previously-owned devices. http://www.pacer.org/stc/
Parents Helping Parents
Parents Helping Parents partners with the Alliance for Technology Access to publish information and resources related to assistive technology (AT).
A southern Maryland Parent run blog ' seeking information and answers
to the puzzle that is autism.'
You'll find collected articles
and posting about Advocacy,
Education, Books, Events and
more. Visit http://exploring-autism.richardgwhite.com
The Bowen Foundation
The mission of the Bowen
Foundation is to raise awareness
and funds for the prevention,
treatment, education and research
efforts related to conditions
along the autism spectrum and
to improve the lives of individuals
with these conditions, primarily
here in Maryland.
The HSC Foundation is
dedicated to improving access
to services for individuals
who face challenging social
and health care barriers
due to disability, chronic
illness, or other circumstances
that present unique needs. www.hscfoundation.org