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Parents Helping Parents
www.php.com/
Support Groups A great site for parents of children with varying disabilities or special needs. PHP is a 30-year-old nonprofit, family resource center that benefits children with special needs.
Parents Helping Parents
http://www.php.com/
Community Services and Supports Parents Helping Parents (PHP) strives to improve the quality of life for any child with special need of any age, through educating, supporting and training their primary caregivers. Call 408-727-5775 for support and services.
ParentsCan
http://www.parentscan.org/
North Bay Napa Support Groups, Community Services and Supports Parent-Child Advocacy Network is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides hope, peer-to-peer support, resources and educational opportunities for families in Napa County who have children with learning, mental, emotional, developmental or physical disabilities
Parks and Recreation
http://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/
San Diego Imperial San Diego Community Services and Supports This website is the portal for the San Diego Park and Recreation Department. You can locate general park information, find swimming pools, recreation centers, hiking trails, golf courses and more. You can view recreation activities and programs offered by San Diego.
Partners in Policymaking in California
www.pipcalifornia.org/
Advocacy teaches self-advocates, families and professionals the power of advocacy to change the way people with disabilities are supported, viewed, taught, live and work
Partners in Policymaking-Online Training Opportunities
http://www.partnersinpolicymaking.com/online.html
On-Line Training provides an e-learning site that allows individuals to participate in self-directed e-learning courses to increase their knowledge, understand best practices in the disability field, and learn to effectively comunicate with their elected officials. These courses are FREE
Pathfinder Village - Friendly Village and Home for those with Down Syndrome
http://www.pathfindervillage.org/
Housing, Other A welcoming Village and Home specializing in Down Syndrome Only citizens - Pathfinder Village. A home for those with Down Syndrome. A place where miracles happen for children and adults.
PEER - Parents Engaged in Education Reform
http://www.fcsn.org/peer
Education and Special Education A project of the Federation for Children with Special Needs - Parents Engaged in Education Reform (PEER) is a national technical assistance project funded by the U.S Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. It's purpose is to increase the participation of parents of children with disabilities and their organizations in school reform efforts
Penang Down Syndrome Association
http://dsapenang.org/DSAPenangV1.2/
Disability Organization Down Syndrome Association in Penang, Malaysia.
People First
http://www.peoplefirst.org.uk/pflinks.html
Self Advocacy Links to People First organizations throughout the world. Self-determination resources and information for self-advocates with developmental disabilities.
People First of California
www.peoplefirstofca.org
Self Advocacy PFCA is statewide advocacy organization run by and for people with developmental disabilities
People First of California
http://www.peoplefirstca.org/
Self Advocacy After generations of being invisible we have joined together, with our OWN voice to inspire and educate each other "peer to peer" throughout the state, to start People First chapters. We train, inform, and support all people with developmental disabilities to help our peers learn to: Speak up for themselves, Know our rights and responsibilities, Make decisions and solve problems, And,stand together in unity, to take our rightful place in the world.
People First of New Hampshire
http://www.peoplefirstofnh.org/
Self Advocacy People First of New Hampshire is a group of people working together to help each other take charge of our lives. This is being done by learning how to make decisions and choices in life in order to be more independent. It also means learning our rights and responsibilities. We support each other and gain confidence to speak out about what we believe in.
People First of the United Kingdom
http://www.peoplefirst.org.uk/
Self Advocacy
People First, Region 2
www.wecarealot.org/regional-self-advocacy/people-first
North State Butte, Shasta Self Advocacy REGION 2 PEOPLE FIRST Chapter contacts and conference information
PIC - Public Interest Clearinghouse
http://www.pic.org
Legal maintains comprehensive links to legal services in its efforts to promote social justice and make the legal system accessible. In addition to its resource exchange, PIC has a directory of legal services - pic.org/resx/direclsp.htm on line.
Placer Independent Resource Services (PIRS)
http://pirs.org/
Sacramento Alpine, El Dorado, Placer Community Services and Supports non-profit agency dedicated to empowering persons with disabilities to live independently in their community. An Independent Living Center (ILC)
Plain Language Action & Information Network
http://www.plainlanguage.gov
Plain Language, Government Agency Promotes plain language for all government-wide communications. A group of volunteers working to improve communications from the federal government to the public.
Plain Language Assoication International
http://www.plainlanguagenetwork.org
Plain Language Provides plain-language articles, tutorials, links, news, professional support and e-mail discussion group.
PLAN - Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network
http://www.plan.ca
Community Services and Supports safeguarding the future of people with disabilities. PLAN has released a new book titled A Good Life to help families plan for the future of a family member with disabilities. You can read an excerpt from the book at www.agoodlife.org.