Helpful Resources

A carefully curated list of Resources that we want to share. We hope you find something helpful. We are constantly adding to this list as we discover new resources so please check back when you can.

As you prepare for a new baby, you only hope for the best, and hope that the healthcare providers responsible for your infant's health do the best they can. After all, a physician is responsible for giving both mother and infant medical care for at least nine months. No parent expects to experience a birth injury. For those of you that with a baby born with a birth injury, check out this comprehensive resource for families coping with birth trauma....

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Cerebral Palsy Guide is a national support organization dedicated to educating individuals and families about cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is the most common childhood physical disability. Recent estimates conclude that nearly 764,000 people in the U.S. have CP. We strive to provide answers and guidance to ensure that families receive the assistance that they need to help improve their overall quality of life....

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This article discusses what it means to plan your estate when you have a child with autism. It addresses the basics – like what exactly estate planning is and the challenges it can bring – as well as what documents you need to have in order in your estate planning, which documents your child needs to be successful and in compliance with the law, and how you should proceed once you have put your affairs in place....

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“We who recognize God’s providence and fidelity to His people are dedicated to living out His covenant among ourselves and those children we serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love. That commitment calls us to serve suffering children of the street, and to protect and safeguard all children. Just as Christ in His humanity is the visible sign of God’s presence among His people, so our efforts together in the covenant community are a visible sign that effects the presence of God, working through the Holy Spirit among ourselves and our kids.”...

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ACT program provides communication, social skills, transportation, recreation/leisure, independent living and vocational skills training in the community. Community-based instruction in these areas provide opportunities for a variety of experiences and activities in order for students to exit the program and the Anchorage School District, having acquired the necessary skills and numerous community connections to ensure a successful and fulfilling life. The ACT program is a post-secondary community based instructional program for adult students (18 to 21 years old) needing additional transitional supports after completing the required core credits at their neighborhood school. Students participate in their natural graduating class ceremony, however, send their diploma or certificate of completion to the ACT Program to hold until completion of our program. Students may continue earning elective credits with an emphasis on vocational skills/employment, recreation/leisure, and independence within the community....

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This resource provides the community with high quality, medically-reviewed data on everything related to cerebral palsy as well as birth injury topics. Their team of world-class doctors and healthcare professionals are here to provide you with the information you need. ...

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The Office of Children’s Services works in partnership with families and communities to support the well-being of Alaska’s children and youth. Services will enhance families’ capacities to give their children a healthy start, to provide them with safe and permanent homes, to maintain cultural connections and to help them realize their potential....

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We have found many newsworthy articles on Disability Scoop, the nation’s premier source for developmental disability news. With daily coverage of autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and more, no other news source offers a more timely and comprehensive take on the issues that matter to the developmental disability community....

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The Division of Health Care Services provides access and oversight to the full range of appropriate Medicaid health care services to all eligible Alaskans in need. These services include but are not limited to hospitals, physicians, pharmacy, dental, vision, durable medical equipment, and transportation....

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