Phone: 800-577-1555 or 707-575-3856
Here are some other lift system companies. I've attached links where different installment options are shown.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness
Free Booklets & Articles for Coping with Illness & Caregiverswww.self-care-online.com/Articles--FREE.html
Summer Camps for Children with Disabilities - http://www.nichcy.org/pubs/genresc/camps.htm - Here are some resources for finding a summer camp. Some of these identify camps available to all children and some are especially for children who have disabilities. It is also very likely that your community has summer camps or recreational opportunities available, that you won't find listed here! To find out what's available in your community, consult these local sources of information—your child’s teachers, parks and/or recreation departments, area private schools, religious organizations, other community groups, parent centers, and fellow parents.
Department of Education – www.ed.gov - ED was created in 1980 by combining offices from several federal agencies. ED's mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. ED's 4,500 employees and $71.5 billion budget are dedicated to:• Establishing policies on federal financial aid for education, and distributing as well as monitoring those funds.
• Collecting data on America's schools and disseminating research.
• Focusing national attention on key educational issues.
• Prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to education.• Network of Inclusive Catholic Educators - http://campus.udayton.edu/%7Eipi/nice - As part of the University of Dayton Institute for Pastoral Initiatives, the Network of Inclusive Catholic Educators, serves as a support network and resource to individuals with disabilities and their families by providing conferences, video and print resources, consultations, workshops and networking opportunities on the national and local level.The Network of Inclusive Catholic Educators believes in valued-centered parochial school and religious education programs which acknowledge the gifts and talents of all students. The NICE network supports individuals with a vision of creating church and school communities that are open, accepting and supportive of individuals with disabilities.Louisiana Developmental Disabilities Council - http://www.laddc.org/ - The Louisiana Developmental Disabilities Council is made up of people from every region of the state who are appointed by the governor to develop and implement a five year plan to address the needs of persons with disabilities. Membership includes persons with developmental disabilities, parents, advocates, professionals, and representatives from public and private agencies.Down Syndrome Association of Acadiana - http://www.dsaa.info/ - The Down Syndrome Association of Acadiana provides support to persons with Down Syndrome, their families and friends through networking, promotion of positive public awareness, information sharing and advocacy.Disability info.gov – www.disabilityinfo.gov - DisabilityInfo.gov is the federal government's one-stop Web site for people with disabilities, their families, employers, veterans and service members, workforce professionals and many others. A collaborative effort among twenty-two federal agencies, DisabilityInfo.gov connects people with disabilities to the information and resources they need to actively participate in the workforce and in their communities.
Steve Jankower, Attorney - www.Jankower.com Mr. Jankower works directly with families with disabled and special needs members throughout the Acadiana area. His web site contains useful and helpful information concerning issues affecting the special needs community. It also contains access to published articles he has written and other good information regarding Medicaid planning issues.
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