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Alabama Head Injury Foundation
Alabama Head Injury Foundation seeks to provide individuals who have sustained a traumatic brain injury with specific assistance and resources designed to improve their quality of life, maintain their highest level of indepent living possible, and assist their caregivers with education and resources to maximize their ability to provide the care that is required.
3100 Lorna Road Suite 200, Hoover, AL 35216
205-823-3818; 800-433-8002http://www.ahif.org/ More Information
Easter Seals Camp ASCCA *
Camp ASCCA is Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults.
P.O. Box 21 5278 Camp ASCCA Dr., Jackson's Gap, AL 36861
256-825-9226http://www.campascca.org/ More Information
The Red Barn
The Red Barn is a non-profit group of mix of dedicated professionals located on the banks of the Little Cahaba River and are a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
2700 Bailey Road, Leeds, AL 35094
205-699-8204http://www.theredbarn.org/ More Information
60 East 42nd Street New York, NY 10165
212-692-0662http://www.neuropathy.org More Information
CHRISTOPHER REEVE PARALYSIS ASSOCIATION
636 Morris Turnpike 3A Short Hills, NJ 7078
800-225-0292http://www.paralysis.org More Information
Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needshttp://teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com/ More Information
Resources and ideas for teachers of learners with severe, profound, intensive, significant, complex or multiple special needs.