Applied behavior analysis (ABA) providers serving DC, Maryland, and Virginia focusing on helping people with developmental, intellectual, and learning differences.
PEATC is statewide nonprofit focused on collaboration between schools, families, and communities for VA children, especially children with disabilities.
At Lindamood-Bell, we dream big for learning. We believe, passionately, that all children and adults can be taught to read and comprehend to their potential.
The University of Maryland School of Nursing shapes the profession of nursing and the health care environment by developing leaders in education, research, and practice.
Attainment provides learning solutions with technology & curricula (E-12+) in ELA, math, science, social studies, career readiness, personal skills and transition. Our aging resources include communication, mental fitness, & professional resources.
After School programs, Therapeutic/ Adapted programs for special needs, Summer camps, Parents and Educators training and workshops
Helping individuals with disabilities for 60 years with educational, residential, vocational and day services for children and adults ages 5 and older.
Change, Inc., a division of Penn-Mar Human Services, partners with and supports people with disabilities to achieve community integration and independence through personal choices.
Community Living provides supports and services to empower adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live their lives to the fullest.
Community Support Services, Inc. is committed to the provision of quality community-based services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Individuals will be supported in accordance with their needs in school, work, home and the community. Services to be provided may include, but are not limited to: special education, customized employment, supported living/residential, behavioral supports, transportation, and recreation. Services are designed by the individual, the individual’s family and others who know the individual well. Services are rendered in the environment in which the individual desires to live, work, recreate, or pursue educational goals. Services are fashioned to support each individual to pursue his/her own self-directed life goals
Cornerstone Academy is a Maryland State approved non-public school specifically designed for children diagnosed with learning differences in grades 6 – 12.
Our goal is to provide a nurturing academic environment for at-risk children with learning differences.
Delrey School serves children ages 2 to 21 throughout central Maryland and is conveniently located in a spacious, fully accessible, state-of-the-art facility just minutes from the Baltimore Beltway and I-95 in Lansdowne, Md. The school provides comprehensive services to children with multiple disabilities, combining a rigorous academic curriculum with the latest therapeutic techniques and communication strategies to help students better engage in learning.
Delrey School is a nonpublic school certified by the Maryland State Department of Education and provides a challenging academic program based on the Baltimore County Public School Curriculum. In compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), both academic and functional performance outcomes are included in each student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP).
The PRC helps residents of Gaithersburg pursue their educational goals and access needed resources by providing adult educational classes and providing information about services available in the community. We help remove barriers by offering these programs and services in both English and Spanish. We believe that by helping parents succeed, we improve the lives of the children for whom they are caring.
A free, multi-generational family literacy and child development education program for families with children up to age four.
The Family Discovery Center offers adult education and life skills classes to parents to promote self-sufficiency and positive parenting skills. Children up to age four learn alongside their parents and develop school readiness skills. The Center also provides home visiting services for parents who would like additional support with their parenting roles.
An 11-month special education school serving students with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities.
A nonpublic special education day school providing year-round educational, therapeutic, and daily living services to students ages five to 21 with multiple disabilities, primarily autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, and related disorders.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services
Partners for Success Centers, established as part of each local school system in Maryland, are available to parents as a resource and information center. Specifically, Partners for Success Centers seek to provide information about community services, assist families in resolving concerns, and increase parental involvement in the special education decision making process.
The High Road School of Baltimore County seeks to build student confidence and competence through personalized attention and instruction, as well as to prepare our students to be independent, successful adults. We achieve these goals through the three main components of our specialized model: Academics, Behavior Interventions & Support, and Transition Services. Students attending the High Road School of Baltimore County work toward transitioning back to a less restrictive environment and/or pursuing a Maryland high school diploma or Certificate of Completion.