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Alamo Service Connection
The Alamo Service Connection is a comprehensive online resource for the elderly and people with disabilities, their caregivers and service providers.
Any Baby Can Autism Resource Guide
The parents and staff of the Reaching Families Facing Autism (RFFA) Parent Education groups have compiled the following guide. The goal of this resource guide is to provide families with all available information so that they can make the most informed decisions regarding their child with autism.
Bright Beacon exists to provide a safe haven for parents of children with medical needs to meet, discuss their children, their children's medical needs, and perhaps even their own personal stories: their victories, defeats, joys and sorrows.
Children with Special Needs
An online publication from the USAA Educational Foundation (www.usaaedfoundation.org) for parents or caregivers of children with disabilities.
Community Resource Directory (pdf)
The Community Resource Directory is a free, printable directory of local providers and services for people with disabilities in Bexar County.
Searchable Online Resource Directory
The Gordon Hartman Family Foundation offers a searchable online directory of services for people with disabilities.
Talking Book Program
A free library service for any age Texan who has a visual or physical disability - whether temporary or permanent - that keeps them from reading regular size print. Books are available in large print, braille, or audio recordings.
United Spinal Association
A free membership association with online resources for people with spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, polio, amotrophyic laterial sclerosis, and spina bifida.