Children and Youth

MPACT
A Practical Guide for People with Disabilities Who Want to Go to College
Able Play
AHEAD: Association of Higher Education & Disability
American Society for Deaf Children
ARTHUR
Autism Cares
Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation
Bureau of Special Health Care Needs for Children
Camden County Child Advocacy
Camp Rainbow
Center for Parent Information & Resources
Children’s Tumor Foundation
Disabled Athlete Sports Association (DASA)
Family Connect
Family Support & Children’s Division of Department of Social Services
First Hand Foundation Request for Assistance
Gardening for Kids with Disabilities
Gia Nicole Angel Foundation Request for Assistance
Hatchbacks Footwear
Inclusive Schools Network
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part C
Individuals with Disabilities Education Transition Planning
Jobs.mo.gov Youth Services
Kids As Self Advocates (KASA)
Kids Assistive Technology (KAT)
Macaroni Kid
Magic Foundation
National Center for Learning Disabilities
National Children’s Cancer Society
National Consortium on Leadership & Disability for Youth
March of Dimes
Miracle League Baseball
Missouri Assistive Technology
Missouri Children’s Trust Fund
MO HealthNet for Kids
Missouri Interagency Transition Team
Missouri State Parks Youth Corps
National Children’s Cancer Society
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
No Kid Hungry
ParentLink
Parents as Teachers
Postsecondary Educational Opportunities Guide
Rifton Adaptive Equipment
Rising Abilities
Self-Determination
Sharing Our Strength
Snug Seat
Songs of Love
Special Learning Center
Starbright World
STOMP – Specialized Training of Military Parents
Student Mental Health – a Guide to Identifying Disorders & Promoting Wellness
SuperSibs
The Sam Fund.org Financial Assistance
Through the Looking Glass
Easter Seals Midwest Autism Services
Transition Planning
Understood
United 4 Children
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)
We Connect Now
What Are Independent Living Skills?
What is Self-Advocacy?
What is Transitions for Youth?
Wonder Baby
WorryWise Kids