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Advocacy Resources for Children with Disabilities Highlights from our disability directory

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AUTISM SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE-CHESAPEAKE

P.O. Box 10822
Baltimore, MD 21234
410-655-7933
baltimoreautismsociety.org

The Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake is a volunteer organization founded in 1976.
We were created to help serve the autism community in Baltimore. Our organization
provides information, advocacy and support
for families and individuals.


 

First Maryland Disability Trust

1400 Front Ave., Suite 303
Lutherville, MD 21093
410-296-4408, firstmdtrust.org

It is the mission of The First Maryland Disability Trust, Inc. to enhance the quality of life, autonomy and dignity of Marylanders with disabilities by offering cost-effective trust services to protect, manage and use trust assets for our beneficiaries while preserving their eligibility for public and private benefits.

 

Autism and Related Disorders

AUTISM SPEAKS
888-AUTISM2
autismspeaks.org
[email protected]

The Autism Speaks Resource Team (ART) is an information line for the autism community. Team members are specially trained to provide personalized information and resources to
people with autism and their families.

 

Little Leaves Behavioral Services

9727 Georgia Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20910
202-420-8359
littleleaves.org

Little Leaves is dedicated to helping people with social, communication and behavioral challenges grow and succeed so that they can participate as fully as possible in their families and communities. Using evidence-based practices based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), our professionals partner with each family to develop and implement an individualized therapeutic plan. We also help families coordinate the logistics of therapy so that they can focus their time on caring for their children. Eleven locations serve the Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Virginia and South Florida regions.

 

See our other content on baltimoreschild.com for more resources for families of children with disabilities.

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