> Parental Rights in Special Education (“PRISE”)
> Education Law Center “Right to Special Education in New Jersey: A Guide for Advocates, 2d edition”
> Statewide Parent Advocacy Network – SPAN offers in-person trainings, web-based teleconferences, online information, lists of parent advisory groups and disability support groups, and much, much more. This is NJ’s “go-to” site for general and special education info as well as information for families of children with healthcare needs.
> National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY)
> New Jersey Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs
> US Education Department, Office of Special Education Programs
> Special Child Health Services Case Management Units – Each County has a Case Management Unit available to work with children of all ages who have identified complex medical healthcare needs, such as autism, cleft lip/palate, HIV/AIDS, hemophilia, sickle cell disease, PKU and a variety of other developmental and other syndromes and diseases.
> NJ Council on Developmental Disabilities
> NJ Coalition on Inclusive Education
> What Works Clearinghouse, http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/
> NICHCY – offers fact sheets on many specific disabilities
> Brain Injury Alliance of NJ
> International OCD Foundation
> Epilepsy Foundation of NJ