Adults and Teens
Coffee Houses – Serving Cup
Doctors – List of Doctors who accept Medicaid
Next Step – An information group for persons interested in residential options for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For more information contact Kathy Honeyman at email@example.com.
After School Care / Track Out Options
Bright Horizons - offers Track Out and before and after school care
iASPIRE - Programs for teens and young adults with Aspergers or High Functioning Autism
CC4C – Care Coordination for Children
Program designed to help families improve health outcomes for children from birth to age 5 who qualify for services
Charter Schools – list of Charter Schools in North Carolina
GCF LearnFree - Free Online Learning
Gluten Free/Celiac Resources
Raleigh Cel-Kids - Celiac support group
“Me Fine” Foundation - provide necessary resources and financial assistance to parents and caregivers with children being treated at Duke and UNC Children’s Hospitals
NC Innovations Waiver
Handouts from 10/4/12 Disability Rights NC Meeting:
Eligibility for CAP I/DD or Innovations Wavier: What Does ICF-MR Level of Care Mean?
Introduction to Medicaid Appeals
Alliance Behavioral Healthcare – Intellectual & Developmental Disability Services
Numotion – Specializes in mobility & seating
Project Enlightenment - offers resources and services for teacher and parents of young children birth through kindergarten.
Able to Serve – for adults
ACCESS North Carolina – A Guide to Travel Site Accessibility
Capital Area Soccer League (CASL) – HEART Program
Carolina Dance Center - Jazz/Hip Hop Class
Consolidated Football Federation - Challenger Program – Pop Warner Football
Creativity in Motion - Dance class
Dance Dynamics - Miracles in Motion – Dance classes
Defy Gravity – Special Needs Jump Night
Holly Springs School of Dance - Shining Stars dance class
Marbles Kids Museum – Family Fun Nights
The Miracle League of the Triangle – Baseball
ParkGeek – information on local parks
Pump It Up! - Private Sensory Jump Night
Sensory Friendly Movies – AMC Theaters
Studio Five Dance Company - High Five Buddies Dance Program
The Wake Forest Dream League - Baseball
Buddy Break – respite care program provided through partnerships with local churches
Greystone Baptist Church – Buddy Break respite program
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities – Social Skills Group for Teenagers and Young Adults.
For more information contact Julia Tarr at 919-843-1529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder – Triangle Area Support Group
Contact Kathy Hotelling at 919-265-3390 or email@example.com
The Next Step – An information group for persons interested in residential options for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For more information contact Kathy Honeyman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Triangle Epilepsy Parents – Support group for parents of children with Epilepsy
Wake County Cerebral Palsy Support Group – email – email@example.com
Therapeutic Riding (Horseback Riding)
Wake County Public Schools