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Disclaimer: The following site links are listed as reference sources only.
The viewpoints expressed in these websites may or may not reflect the policies and/or view points of Coleman Tri-County Services.

Helps choose equipment for the disabled that maximizes independence. From the National Database of Assistive Technology Information.

AccessSI is a "Community Online Resource Directory for Southern Illinois" that provides accessible, comprehensive, and up-to-date information about nonprofit Southern Illinois agencies in the following categories: health, social services, education, governmental, cultural, recreation, and workforce employment training and transition services.

Americans with Disabilities Act Document Center
Index of disability laws, regulations and guidelines. Includes links to legal resources.

The Arc
National organization on mental retardation provides local chapter links and information on projects, services, and education.

Autism Treatment Center of America
Teaches parents home-based methods for helping their autistic or differently abled children. Explore the pros and cons of the Son-Rise method.

Down Syndrome: Health Issues By Len Leshin, MD, FAAP
Pediatrician and father of a child with Down syndrome offers this collection of medical essays and information for other parents.

An accrediting body whose mission is to promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process that cernters on enhancing the lives of the persons served.

Family Fun
Family and lifestyle magazine offering a wealth of parental issues, health resources, fun activities, and entertainment links.

Family Village
Virtual community for people with disabilities, their families, and providers of services and support.

The Haunted Forest
The Drive Thru “Haunted Forest” is held at the Fair Grounds in Harrisburg, IL and benefit the individuals served within the Developmental Training Program of Coleman Tri-County Services.

Illinois Department of Human Services
Developmental Disabilities, Child Care, Alcoholism, Latino Affairs, Food Stamps, Inspector General, Mental Health, Rehabilitation Services, Funding Opportunities.

National Down Syndrome Society
Provides parental, educational and clinical resources. With information on referral services, research and special programs.

Regularly updated reports, and advice, on the usual issues for parents.

Recommended Down Syndrome Sites on the Internet By Len Leshin, MD, FAAP
Down Syndrome Sites on the Internet Compiled by Dr. Len Leshin, MD, FAAP

Web Resources In the menu are several resources from the internet, categorized for your convenience.

Resources for Special Children
Extensive information about disabilities and learning disorders. Topics include ADD, ADHD, mental retardation and muscular dystrophy.

Southeastern Residential Alternatives, Inc. (S.R.A., Inc.)
SRA is private, for-profit organization located in Southeastern Illinois surrounded by the beautiful Shawnee National Forest. Provides residential support services to developmentally disabled adults in rural community settings.

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