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Academic Accommodation Resources

American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)

Apraxia of Speech

Autism Family Network

Autism Society of Nebraska

Autism Speaks

Baby Hearing 

Beyond Baby Talk

CDC Autism Links and Resources

Cerebral Palsy Group

Cerebral Palsy Guide

Cerebral Palsy Information – Cerebral Palsy Guidance is an educational support website dedicated to providing parents with detailed information on the complex condition of cerebral palsy.

Collaboration Corner: 10 Easy Tips for Parents to Support Language

Communicating with an Autistic Child: A Parent’s Guide

Dental Care Guidance for Caregivers of Patients with Down Syndrome

DLD and Me

Down Syndrome Association

Dyslexia Symptoms

Dyslexia – by Parenting Pod

Estate Planning for Parents of Kids with Autism

Home Modifications for Kids with Sensory Concerns

Home Safety for People with Disabilities

Jullia Rose Foundation – The mission of the Jullia Rose Foundation is to help children in need.

MOMS Club of Lincoln

Moving with Special Needs Kids

Nebraska ASD Network

Nebraska Department of Education

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

Nebraska Legislature – This link will take you to Nebraska Statute 44-7,106 which deals with coverage for autism spectrum disorder

Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association

Nebraska Physical Therapy Association

O’Hana Kids – Activities, Events and Information for Families with Special Needs Children

Operation Autism for Military Families

PTI Nebraska

Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping

Safe Talk Support Group – Support for parents with late talkers or non-talkers.

Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

Special Connections – Lincoln     A parent-led Facebook group for Lincoln-area families with young children (birth-8) with Special Needs

Swimtastic Swim School

The Arc of Lincoln – Serves people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

The Hanen Centre

UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation Grant

What is Apraxia and Why Should You Care

My youngest started speech with the team at Communication Works after other attempts with other systems to help his severe speech delay. Well, apparently, you have to find the right people to get the job done! His progress was immediate and quick. We have only been with this group a year, but we could not sing their praises any louder! They helped our son find his voice and that is a sweet, sweet thing! He looks forward to ‘playing with Miss Amber’ every week. Thank you!!!
Lora, mom