Our focus is to help parents learn how to easily recognize stress,
process stress effectively, and how to implement stress reducing
strategies that will benefit the individual and the whole family. Sponsored by Any Baby Can. Click HERE for informational brochure.
Classes: 18 & 25 Sept 2019, 11 & 18 Nov 2019, 2 & 9 Mar 2020, 1 & 8 June 2020
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.
Provides free counseling services to eligible youth ages 0 to 17 and their families. Services provided at several locations across San Antonio. Crisis intervention and counseling services are available 24/7 by calling main number, 210-283-5183.
From ChildSafe, Family Endeavors, Grace House, Family Violence Prevention Services & Women’s Shelter, Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Urban Ministries Emergency Shelter, to college prep, foster care, employment connections, or assisted living services, learn more about what BCFS does Here
Find your local resources at the BCFS’ South Texas Centre in San Antonio Here
1506 Bexar Crossing
San Antonio, TX 78232
Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) is a statewide program for families and children up to age 3, with developmental delays, disabilities or certain medical diagnoses that may impact development. ECI services support families as they learn how to help their children grow and learn.
ECI services provided by region, as below:
Click Here for more information on ECI.
Our mission is to provide unique experiences through physical and creative activities in a supportive environment to children with special needs who may otherwise be excluded.
Our sports and recreation programs are designed to encourage mobility and activity, foster courage and confidence, and boost self-esteem and pride, which all lead to the joy our Kinetic Kids feel when they achieve new possibilities that were previously unimaginable.
Logisticare provides transportation services for children with special health care needs or ANY child who recieves medical assistance and Medicaid. Call at least 3 days in advance and up to 30 days in advance to schedule a pick-up- 877-835-7412.
Click here for more information on Medical Transportation
Our vision is to establish a special place where smiles and laughter lead to wonderful memories with family members, friends and caregivers. We want Morgan’s Wonderland to be a place where the common element of play creates an atmosphere of inclusion for those with and without disabilities, encouraging everyone to gain a greater understanding of one another. Morgan’s Wonderland is just like any other theme park except for a culture and environment that assures 100 percent enjoyment by every person who enters through the Welcome Center. Unfortunately, countless children and adults with special needs do not have access to facilities that enable them to fully enjoy outdoor recreation.
5223 David Edwards Dr., San Antonio TX, 78233
It is our vision to become the premier provider of Special Olympics training and competition in the world. We approach each endeavor with a single intent – to improve the quality of life for our athletes. The challenges of the future are embraced with enthusiasm and commitment, ensuring that the changing face and needs of our athletes are met. Athletes may begin training as early as six years old, but must be eight years old to compete. Athletes must be 12 years old to attend statewide competitions.
Please click HERE to register, and get involved.
45 NE Loop 410, Ste. 180
San Antonio, TX 78216
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:
Free instructional Webinars.
Texas Parent to Parent provides support, information, and education to families of children of all ages who have disabilities or chronic illness. The Texas Parent to Parent staff are parents of children with disabilities, chronic illness, or special health care needs. We have also spoken to thousands of families over the years. We are here to help – give us a call at 866-896-6001 or 512-458-8600.
A project of the Texas Education Agency committed to providing accurate and consistent information to parents and families of students with disabilities.
Has your child recently been diagnosed with a disability?
Do you have concerns about your child’s learning and are trying to find help?
Your child may be receiving special education services and you need to learn more.
Wherever you are in the process, we’ve been there.
We know the maze in which you find yourself.