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Southern California Resources

[With many thanks to the TACA support group and the Autism Intervention -- Southern California online support group, see links below, for many of these resources. If you find this page helpful, please visit these pages and groups for more helpful information.]



Local Support Groups

State and Local Education Agencies

ABA Therapists

Other Therapists

Special Schools and Homeschool Groups



Advocates and Other Professionals

Special Food Sources

California Laws and Policies

Other California Info [currently includes info on health insurance]

Local Support Groups

Talk About Curing Autism [TACA]
Local support group meeting in Costa Mesa. Many of the local resources I have included on this page are taken with permission from this group's site. Please visit this site for more helpful information and/or to join the group.

TACA Inland Empire
TACA Inland Empire (Talk About Curing Autism, Corona/Inland Empire). Generally meets on the third Saturday of the month from 1:30 to 4:30 at Peppermint Ridge, 825 Magnolia Ave., Corona, CA 92879. Please send email for more information, parent mentoring options, or to confirm the date, time, and location of the next meeting.

TACA Valley
TACA Valley (Talk About Curing Autism, San Fernando Valley Support Group). Generally meets on the first Sunday of the month from 7-9 pm at Jumping Genius, 22750 Roscoe Blvd., West Hills, corner of Fallbrook and Roscoe, in West Hills. No children permitted at the meeting. Please send email for more information or to confirm the date, time, and location of the next meeting.

South Bay GFCF Diet Support Group
Generally meets on the third Monday evening of the month at 6:30 pm at Whole Foods Market in Torrance. Please send email for more information or to confirm the date, time, and location of the next meeting.

Santa Clarita Autism Asperger Network
Support group meetings, biomedical support, playgroups and social events.

Autism Intervention San Diego
Usually meets fourth Tuesday evening 6:30-8:00pm. Please send email for more information or to confirm the date and time of the next meeting.

ASA - Santa Barbara Chapter
Meets 2nd Wednesday of each month at First United Methodist Church (corner of Anapamu and Garden) at 6:30.

Autism Intervention Visalia
Usually meets third Wednesday of the month, 6:00-8:30pm, at Kaweah Delta Multi-Service Center Auditorium, 402 W. Acequia, Visalia. Please send email for more information or to confirm the date and time of the next meeting.

Special Kids LA
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping parents of all kids with special needs (not just autism). Has a free monthly e-mail newsletter containing articles on a variety of topics.

Project SEA
From the site: "Project SEA, Inc. (Socialization, Education and Awareness) is a newly formed California non-profit public charity 501(c)3 Corporation emphasizing the development of community-based programs supporting children and teens with Autism and their families."

Newly Diagnosed Autism Support Group
The Newly Diagnosed Autism Support Group aims to meet the immediate needs of parents trying to come to terms with the diagnosis of autism by providing resource information and connecting them with other individuals with similar experiences. The GLB/SB Chapter of ASA sponsors the group and childcare is funded by Harbor Regional Center. Meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Miller's Children's Center, 2801 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90801. For further information contact Claire Bothwell at claire@awpk.com or contact Carol Radtke at carol@starcreations.com.

Online Support Group -- Autism Intervention-Southern California
Yahoo group: "This is a group for parents of children with autism living in Southern California. We discuss everything from the GFCF diet to special ed to cutting-edge treatments. A very dynamic group of people dedicated to recovery."

Online Support Group -- Inland Empire So Cal Autism Group
Yahoo group: "I wanted to start a group for parents of Autistic children out in the Inland Empire Area of Southern California. Most of the groups are in San Diego, Los Angeles & Orange County and are terrific groups too, but I thought it would be great to get a support group started and also network as it relates to services for our children, doctors out in this area, program and therapists etc."

Online Support Group -- Sp Ed Inland Empire
Yahoo group: "Sp Ed Inland Empire is for parents and advocates for children in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties to discuss Special Education issues that concern their children. This group will discuss IEPs, trainings, compliance issues, legal issues, and general Special Education issues. All posts are confidential."

Online Support Group -- Santa Barbara Alternative Therapies for Autism
Yahoo group: "This is a a support group for parents of children who have Autism, PDD, or Aspergers in South County Santa Barbara, California area to share and learn from one another. We talk about all different types of therapies and other issues that concern us. Many in this group have affiliated with ASA and our website is http://www.asasb.org SBATA's vision statement: As parents of children with Autism or PDD, we aim to empower ourselves to make positive changes in our children's lives, by sharing experiences, reducing isolation and providing information about available services and therapies for Autism/PDD. We hope to transform the broader community's view of our children's varied gifts and needs through a system of shared support and advocacy."

Online Support Group -- Santa Barbara Special Education
Yahoo group: "SBSPED is for parents and advocates for children in Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, and Goleta to discuss Special Education issues that concern their children. This group will discuss IEPs, trainings, compliance issues, legal issues, and general Special Education issues. All posts are confidential and we have a zero tolerance for breaches in confidentiality. Members will treat each other with respect and standard rules of posting etiquette will be adhered to."

Online Support Group -- Life Outside of Autism
Yahoo group: "This group has been started for parents that of Autistic children who want to talk about stuff "outside of autism". (It's open to all parents all over the world!!)"

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State and Local Education Agencies


California State Department of Education

California Department of Education, Special Education
This site is different from the one below, and appears it has more information.

California State Department of Education, Special Education Division
This site is different from the one above.

California State Board of Education

Association of California School Administrators

California Department of Developmental Services

Diagnostic Center, Southern California

More from my local support group leader

Megan's Law


Orange County Regional Center Main # (714) 796-5100 -- ask for INTAKE


North Los Angeles County Regional Center, 15400 Sherman Way, Van Nuys 91406, (818) 778-1900


Tri-Counties Regional Center


California Autistic Spectrum Disorder Collaborative
From the site: "The collaborative is targeted at all interested persons who provide services for persons suspected of having an ASD—primary care providers, schools, mental health providers, academic medical centers and others that partner with regional centers to provide services for persons with this disorder. These interested persons and organizations come together into “learning teams” coordinated by regional centers throughout California. Each team commits to working to meet the strategic goals and objectives of the collaborative, and to measure and report data that indicate whether or not the goals are being met. The long-term goal of the collaborative is to maximize the quality of services for persons suspected of having an ASD."

Autistic Spectrum Disorders Publication
From the site: "Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Best Practice Guidelines for Screening, Diagnosis and Assessment, is the product of nearly a year's work by experts in the field of autistic spectrum disorders. Based on validated scientific evidence, clinical experience and clinical judgment, the Guidelines provides professionals, policymakers, parents and other stakeholders with detailed "best practice" recommendations and rationale for screening, evaluating and assessing individuals suspected of having autistic spectrum disorders."

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ABA Therapists

More from my local support group leader


Autism Spectrum Consultants -- 2151 Michelson Drive, Suite 268, Irvine, CA 92612, (949) 474-5577
Doreen Granteesheh -- Card Ctr For Autism & Related, 2061 Business Center Dr #202, Irvine CA, (949) 833-7736
Autism Partnership -- 200 Marina #C, Seal Beach CA 90740, (562) 431-9293
Autism Solutions -- (714) 550-4741
Center For Autism -- 12399 Lewis St. #202, Garden Grove, CA 92840, (714) 750-0575
Center For Autism -- 27126 B Paseo Espada #701, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675, (949) 661-6753
4Autism, LLC -- Monarch Beach, CA - (949) 218-9562


Center For Autism -- 19019 Ventura Blvd 3rd floor, Tarzana CA, (818) 345-2345
Center For Autism -- 21253 B Hawthorne Blvd, Torrance CA, (818) 944-9809
Pediatric Therapy Network -- 1815 W. 213th Street, Suite 100, Torrance CA, (310) 328-0276
Autism Behavior Consultants -- 2909 Oregon Court, Suite A-1, Torrance, CA, (310) 320-1333
Working With Autism -- 9024 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills CA, (310) 278-0711
Working With Autism -- 11737 Kiowa Ave #1, Los Angeles CA, (310) 278-0711


Autism Spectrum Consultants -- 4501 Mission Bay Drive, Suite 2F, San Diego, CA 92109, (858) 272-2662
Comprehensive Autism Svc & Ed -- 3831 Sierra Morena Ave, Carlsbad CA, (760) 720-4964
Center For Autism -- 7297 Ronson Rd., Ste. E, San Diego CA, 92111, (858) 278-6603

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Other Therapists


Speech & Language Development Center -- Buena Park CA, (714) 821-3620
Speech & Language Connection -- Melanie Foshee, (714) 969-5865
Lynn Nelsen & Associates -- Newport Beach CA, (949) 261-8801
Speech Pathology Assoc -- 4010 Barranca Pkwy. #220, Irvine, CA 92604, (949) 857-6051
Providence Speech & Hearing -- 1301 W Providence Ave, Orange CA, (714) 639-4990
Speech Pathology Professional -- Teresa Cardon & Lori Jacobs, Yorba Linda CA, (714) 993-3233

Crimson Center for Speech and Language, San Diego
Jodie K Schuller and Associates, San Diego
Los Angeles Speech and Language Therapy Center, 5761 Buckingham Parkway, Culver City, CA, (310) 649-6199
Children's Speech Care Center, 3521 Lomita Blvd., Suite 201, Torrance, CA 90505, (310) 856-8528

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Sky Pediatric Therapy -- 151 Kalmus Dr #F4, Costa Mesa CA, (714) 545-5484
Orange County Therapy -- 23293 S Pointe Dr, Laguna Hills CA, (949) 770-5843
Mary Kawar -- San Diego, (619) 275-4777
Val Plummer -- Clairemont area, (858) 278-9534
Martha Hanson -- Escondido area, (760) 741-9339
Sensory Integration International -- Torrance CA, (310) 320-9986

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Autism Intervention Southern California


Innovative Therapy for Kids
Big Fun Gymnastics
The Rhythmic Arts Project
Valley Therapeutic Recreation Center
Little League Challenger
Spirit League
Check the qualifications of mental health professionals

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Special Schools and Homeschool Groups

Special Schools

The Help Group
From the site: "The Help Group, one of California's leading children's organizations, is a family of non-profit agencies dedicated to serving children, adolescents, young adults and families with a wide range of special needs related to autism, Asperger's Disorder, learning disabilities, emotional development, mental retardation, and abuse and neglect."

Early Education Center for Autism [San Diego county]
From the site: "The Early Education Center for Autism, LLC specializes in teaching young children with autism, PDD, and related developmental disorders. Our teaching procedure is closely modeled after the discrete-trial method, pioneered by O. Ivar Lovaas, Ph.D. Dr. Lovaas has dedicated more than 30 years to research and treatment of children with developmental disabilities, and extensive research supports the unparalleled efficacy of the discrete-trial teaching methodology."

TERI Residential Programs
From the site: "In 1980, TERI, Inc. was one of 13 agencies in California awarded grant monies to be part of a pilot project aimed at offering residential care under the ICF/DD-H (Intermediate Care Facility/Developmentally Disabled-Habilitative) Department of Health Services licensed model. We currently operate 9 homes in the North County area serving 54 adults and are in the process of opening a 10 th home for adolescent boys."

Pyramid Autism Center
From the site: "The Pyramid Autism Center (PAC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the Orange County autism community – with specific focus on children and their families. The PAC school utilizes the Pyramid Approach to Education developed by Dr. Andrew Bondy, a world-renowned leader in autism education and research. Whereas many approaches place an initial emphasis upon controlling the behavioral difficulties of these students, the Pyramid Approach grows out of a conviction that children are always ready to learn- the question is: are teachers ready to teach? Our emphasis is upon creating functional activities that stress the use of powerful and on-going reinforcement systems while assuring children can effectively communicate and understand what we expect of them. When such systems are in place, issues associated with behavior management can be effectively addressed. Our view also reflects that the key to long-term behavior management change is the development of alternative skills that serve the child’s needs."

Beacon Day School
From the site: "At Beacon Day School, we provide an educational and therapeutic environment for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. To maximize development, we integrate educational services, behavioral management and therapy to help our students master the academic and vocational skills needed for independent living."

Summit View School
From the site: "Summit View School offers comprehensive elementary, middle and secondary school programs for students with learning differences. An innovative and integrated curriculum, coupled with small class size and high teacher to student ratio, enables students to experience academic success."

Villa Esperanza
From the site: "Children & Youth Programs provide special education services for children with developmental disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities and seizure disorders. Two classrooms are integrated, serving both typically developing children and those with special needs. Individualized educational programs address each child's specific goals with the full support of our team of Speech & Language Specialists, Occupational Therapists, Curriculum Specialist, Behavioral Specialist, and Music and Recreation Therapists."

Frostig Center
From the site: "The Frostig Center is dedicated to helping children with learning disabilities. Our three-part mission includes direct service, training, and research. Our day school for students with learning disabilities (including dyslexia, non-verbal learning disabilities, and ADHD) helps students succeed."

Homeschool Groups

Homeschooling in Orange County CA

Keystone Academy

EIE Academy

Country Christian School

CHEA: Christian Home Educators Association of CA

The Sycamore Tree Center for Home Education

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Christian Bellardi -- Irvine CA, (949) 857-1212 -- Pediatrician
Regina Brown -- Lake Forest CA, (949) 770-0513 -- Pediatrician
Dr. Richard Ellis -- Orange CA, (714) 633-6363 -- Pediatrician
Dr. Jeremy E. Kaslow -- Orange CA, (714) 565-1032 -- Pediatrician
Dr. Ken Williams -- Santa Ana CA, (714) 972-8001
Dr. Michael Grossman -- Mission Viejo CA, (949) 770-7301
Dr Christine Majors -- 1101 Dove St. Newport Beach CA, 949-222-0540 -- Child Psychologist
Dr. Kurt Woeller, Bio Health Centers -- Rancho Bernardo, CA, (800) 831-8798
Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, -- in SoCal 3 weeks per month, for appts 321-259-7111


Dr. Karima Hirani -- 12732 W. Washington Blvd, Suite B, Los Angeles, CA, (310) 577-0753
David R. Allen, M.D., 2211 Corinth Ave, Los Angeles CA 90064, (310)966-9194 -- Chelation & Cranial Therapy
Nancy Niparko -- 8733 Beverly Blvd #200. Los Angeles CA, (310) 659-3819 -- Neurologist
Dr. Sandra Kaler, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology, UCLA -- (310) 454-9998 -- Child Psychologist
Rochelle Neally DC, 3645 E.4th Street #B, Long Beach CA, (562) 987-5507


For Kaiser Permanente Patients in San Diego Area Only:
Dr. Richard Kaplan -- (Ped. Neurologist)
Carol Bateau -- (speech therapist at Point Loma office)
Dr. Fontanesi -- Center for School Problems (psychologist)


ARI list of DAN doctors
From the site: "Following is a list of physicians and other practitioners who have attended one or more DAN! conferences, as well as a number of other health practitioners whom we believe to be sympathetic to the DAN! approach. If there is no DAN! physician near you, ask us for our lists of physicians who practice alternative medicine in your state and any two other states. There is no charge for lists for 3 states."

A Consumer Guide to the Mental Health Professions
Every year thousands of Californians visit professional psychologists, psychological assistants or registered psychologists for help in better understanding themselves and others and dealing with personal problems. If you think you may need to see one of these professionals, this information can help you. It will provide guidance for choosing a psychologist and explain what a psychologist should and should NOT do. It also will tell you what to do if you think your psychologist has broken the law or overstepped professional boundaries.... Licensed Educational Psychologists: LEPs work in schools and provide educational counseling services, such as aptitude testing. They can't do psychological testing that is not related to educational services, and they can't prescribe drugs. Master's degree required for license.

California Board of Behavioral Sciences -- Verify Licenses
Verify your child psychologist's license.

Holistic Resource Center -- 29020 Agoura Road, Suite A-8, Agoura Hills CA, (818) 597-0966

Raveco Holistic Dental Center -- 12381 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 103, Los Angeles CA (310) 826-8418

Health Scope: California Healthcare Quality Ratings

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Paul Roberts -- 18377 Beach Blvd. Suite 322, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, (714) 698-0239
Paul H. Kamoroff -- 1720 East Garry Ave., Suite 221, Santa Ana, Ca 92705, 949-474-0305
Jack Anthony -- 901 Dover Drive, Suite 205, Newport Beach, CA 92660, Phone: (949) 642-1432


Jody Ossen Newman -- Aaronson-Vanaman, Sherman Oaks CA, (818) 990-7722
Bruce Bothwell -- Long Beach districts, (562) 436-9911
James W. Ryals -- 4810 Hill Street, La Canada, CA 91011, (818) 952-8802
Sarit Ariam -- 20301 Ventura Blvd., #126, Woodland Hills, CA 91364, (818) 992-5770
Sanders Bell LLP, 4712 Admiralty Way, Suite 580, Marina del Rey , CA 90292, (310) 577-2555
Lee Englander -- Pasadena, LA, and Valley districts (818) 957-0332

[Vaccine Injury] Waters & Kraus LLP, Long Beach CA, (562) 436-8833, contact: Claire M. Bothwell


Patty Kromer -- (760) 632-1748
Eric Freedus, Esq., 5008 Nighthawk Way, Oceanside, CA 92056-5443, (760) 726-9919
Glenna deCamera Eubank, 543 Encinitas Blvd., Suite 109, San Diego CA, (760) 479-2525


Attorneys Who Represent Parents of Children with Disabilities
EDLAW list of special education attorneys, organized by state.

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Debbie Borden -- Costa Mesa, (949) 653-2696

Alternative Horizons


Thomas Diverde -- Clients Rights Advocacy, (619) 471-2647


ASK -- Advocates for Special Kids
From the site: "Parents helping parents to understand special education." Group is located in Manhattan Beach.


California Parent Centers
Parents helping other parents.

Protection and Advocacy
Scroll down for California information.

Other Professionals

Regina M. Levy, CPA
Certified Public Accountant

Long list of many different types of professionals

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Special Food Sources

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Skosh Monohans restaurant, Costa Mesa, on Newport Blvd and 20th street.

California Health Foods, 115 E. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton CA 92832, (714) 525-4260

Henry's Marketplace, 17482 Yorba Linda Blvd., Yorba Linda CA 92886, (714) 572-3535

Whole Foods Markets:
1870 Harbor Blvd., [Triangle Square], Costa Mesa CA 92627, (949) 574-3800
14945 Holt Ave., Tustin CA 92780, (714) 731-3400

Mother's Market & Kitchen:
19770 Beach Blvd, Huntington Beach CA, (714) 963-6667
225 E 17th St, Costa Mesa CA, (949) 631-4741


Whole Foods Markets:
239 North Crescent Dr., Beverly Hills CA 90210, (310) 274-3360
11737 San Vicente Blvd. [Brentwood], Los Angeles CA 90049, (310) 826-4433
826 North Glendale Avenue, Glendale CA 91206, (818) 240-9350
3751 East Foothill Blvd., Pasadena CA 91107, (626) 351-5994
405 N. Pacific Coast Hwy., Redondo Beach CA 90277, (310) 376-6931
12905 Riverside Drive, Sherman Oaks CA 91423, (818) 762-5548
4520 Sepulveda Boulevard, Sherman Oaks CA 91403, (818) 382-3700
2655 Pacific Coast Highway, Torrance CA 90505, (310) 257-8700
11666 National Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90064, (310) 996-8840
7871 West Santa Monica Blvd. [West Hollywood], Los Angeles CA 90046, (323) 848-4200
21347 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills CA 91364, (818) 610-0000

Food & Wine Garage, 9350 Reseda Blvd, Northridge CA 91324, (818) 701-5122


Whole Foods Markets:
8825 LaJolla Drive, LaJolla CA 92037, (858) 642-6700
711 University Avenue, San Diego CA 92103, (619) 294-2800


Whole Foods Market, 451 Avenida de los Arboles, Thousand Oaks CA 91360, (805) 492-5340

Online Food Stores and Recipes

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California Laws and Policies

Nolo Press -- The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for your Special Ed Child
The Complete IEP Guide walks you step-by-step through the IEP process. The book provides all the instructions, suggestions, strategies, resources and forms you need to proceed from the beginning, when you first suspect a problem, to the end, when your child completes school.

Summary of Major Special Education Timelines

From FEAT -- Best Practices for Designing and Delivering Effective Programs for Individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Your Child's IEP: Practical and Legal Guidance for Parents

Guidelines for Individual Evaluation of California Students with Disabilities, Birth Through Age Twenty-One

California Education Code
Scroll down to "Part 30" for Special Education Programs.

California Special Education Laws, Regulations, and Policies

California Special Education Laws, Regulations, and Policies -- Very large database

California Special Education Interactive Databases

California Guidelines for the Promotion and Retention of Special Education Students

California Parental Rights and Procedural Safeguards

Rights Under the Lanterman Act
A Protection and Advocacy on-line manual regarding Regional Centers and the rights of individuals with developmental disabilities.

Special Education Hearing Office General Search Engine
A search engine to find the decisions of hearing officers in California.

California First Amendment Coalition
Freedom of Information Act [FOIA] and other public access information.

Long Term Care Tax Credit Form
Form from the California Franchise Tax Board.

SSI Deeming Waiver
Form from the California Franchise Tax Board.

IHSS - In Home Supportive Services
Form from the California Franchise Tax Board.

FAPE and AB88 in California
Free Appropriate Public Education and the California Mental Health Parity Bill.

Test Accommodations
A table of test accommodations used in CA.

CA Content Standards
From the site: "Content standards were designed to encourage the highest achievement of every student, by defining the knowledge, concepts, and skills that students should acquire at each grade level."

Content Standards for California Public Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12
California Public School Standards for Grades K-12

PreK Learning Guidelines Contents, California Context
California Public School Standards for Pre-K

Kindergarten in California
From the site: "There is a growing interest in a number of kindergarten issues: e.g., enrollment age, retention, and full-day kindergarten. This guidance material is designed to address many of these issues. Since many private schools also adhere to the state Education Code, this guidance may be of assistance to them. This information may also be helpful to parents and guardians, as well as teachers of preschool, kindergarten, and first grade."

California Academic Content Standards and Curriculum Frameworks
Lots of standards, curriculum, blueprints, and other information for California K-12

California Physical Education Framework
California physical education goals and objectives policy paper.

California Complaint Process
Process for filing a complaint of violations of special education law.

California Complaint Hints
Helpful hints when requesting direct State intervention.

Form: Request for Complaint Investigation
California Form to formally request an investigation.

State Report: Conditions of Children in Orange County

Orange County Community Indicators

Megan's Law California
Information on Registered Sex Offenders

California Special Education Rights and Responsibilities [On-line manual from Protection and Advocacy]

Chapter 1 -- Information on Basic Rights and Responsibilities

Chapter 2 -- Information on Evaluations/Assessments

Chapter 3 -- Information on Eligibility Criteria

Chapter 4 -- Information on IEP Process

Chapter 5 -- Information on Related Services

Chapter 6 -- Information on Due Process Hearings/Complaints

Chapter 7 -- Information on Least Restrictive Environment

Chapter 8 -- Information on Discipline of Students with Disabilities

Chapter 9 -- Information on Interagency Responsibility for Related Services (AB 3632/882)

Chapter 10 -- Information on Transition Services, Including Vocational Education

Chapter 11 -- Information on Preschool Education Services

Chapter 12 -- Information on Early Intervention Services

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Other California Information

Health Insurance Info

Healthy Families
From the site: "Healthy Families is low cost insurance for children and teens. It provides health, dental and vision coverage to children who do not have insurance and do not qualify for free Medi-Cal."

Major Risk Medical Insurance Program
From the site: "The California Major Risk Medical Insurance Program [MRMIP} is a 36 month program developed to provide health insurance for Californians who are unable to obtain coverage in the individual insurance market."

TACANOW Info on AB88
Information on CA Assembly Bill 88

TACANOW Insurance Reimbursement Tips
Information on health insurance reimbursements.

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