Santa Monica CA
Abilities Expo is the leading event exposition offering life-enriching products, services, education and fun to all people with disabilities.
Ability Now provides services to persons with developmental disabilities. Refers individuals to case managers while monitoring needs. Operates with strict compliance under state regulations.
Autism Society of San Francisco Bay Area
San Francisco CA
An all-volunteer organization of parents, family members and professionals concerned about the wellbeing of local autism families, the Autism Societyworks on expanding the lifespan care options for adults with autism.
Autistry Studios is a pre-vocational program that promotes the growth of independence. The transition from youth to adult is a difficult time for everyone. For students with Autism, Asperger’s or other similar challenges the transition to independent adulthood can be especially difficult.
Becoming Independent — also known as BI — helps people with developmental disabilities live meaningful and productive lives. It is a nonprofit community benefit organization serving Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties with the purpose of elevating human abilities for the mutual benefit of our Community.
Creativity Explored advances the value and diversity of artistic expression. They provide artists with developmental disabilities the means to create, exhibit, and sell their art in their studios and gallery, as well as around the world.
The Department of Rehabilitation provides counseling, vocational rehabilitation, and independent living services to all Californians with disabilities.
The Miracle Project
Los Angeles, CA & New York NY
The Miracle Project supports, nurtures and inspires children, teens and young adults with autism and other development disabilities by building communication and social skills through creating and performing musicals.
Support for Families
San Francisco CA
A nonprofit organization created in 1982, Support for Families offers information, education and support to families and professionals of children with disabilities or special healthcare needs in San Francisco. Services are free of charge.