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Learning Disorder Resources

The Arc of San Antonio

The Arc of San Antonio

The Arc of San Antonio was founded to create a network of support and services for their children with special needs.  Throughout our history, The Arc has responded to the changing needs in our community by developing programs and partnerships that address the most critical issues facing people living with disabilities.   Today, The Arc offers one of the largest continuum of services for children and adults with a broad range of developmental abilities.

We play a distinctive role among social service providers in San Antonio.  Each year our case manager and support services connect over 1,200 children, adults and families to a wide range of resources for people with disabilities.  The Arc serves as a gateway to community services for many individuals and families seeking assistance for the first time. We provide a continuing source of information, referral and support during times of transition or crisis

The Arc has two locations in San Antonio (13430 West Avenue, 78216, phone #  (210) 490-4300) and (6530 Wurzbach Road, 78240, phone # (210) 682-4200).  Each location offers extended hours for our childcare and day habitation for adults. We serve over 300 children and adults each day.

LD Online

The educator’s guide to learning disabilities and ADHD

Learning Disabilities Association of America

Learning Disabilities Association of America

National Center for Learning Disabilities

National Center for Learning Disabilities –  information on learning disabilities and specific issues like dyslexia, dysgraphia and ADHD

Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children

tel: 210-824-0579


At Sunshine Cottage, children with hearing loss become part of a community centered on enriching lives and improving listening, language and speech. Every child is embraced by our dedicated staff and provided with the necessary skills to learn in a rich auditory-oral environment. All children and their families benefit from the outstanding educational environment and strong support system spanning their Sunshine Cottage experience.

The following comprehensive educational programs and support services are available for children who are deaf or hard of hearing:

  • Newborn Hearing Evaluation Center
    • Diagnostic hearing evaluations from birth through 6 months old
  • Parent-Infant Program
    • Birth to three years of age
  • Early Childhood and Elementary Programs
    • Three years old through fifth grade
  • Audiology
    • Identification, fitting and management of hearing technology
  • Speech-Language Therapy
    • Comprehensive therapy provided for students

Free instructional Webinars.

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