The California School for the Blind provides intensive, disability specific educational services for enrolled students who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind, and visually impaired/multi-disabled, whose primary learning needs are related to their visual impairment.
CAF programs include: A Better Chance (ABC) School for children 6 to 22 years old, ABC Day Program for adults 18 and older, ABC Industries - paid work experience for adults for adults 22 and older, Custom Assembly and Packaging - a consumer driven company fulfilling shipping orders for various c
The Blind Childrens Center is a family-centered agency which serves children with visual impairments from birth to school-age. The center-based and home-based programs and services help the children acquire skills and build their independence.
- creative approaches to education and communication
- augmentative and alternative communication systems and assistive technology
MISSION BIA's mission is to significantly improve the lives of children diagnosed with Autism by providing innovative and individualized treatment.
Wayfinder Family Services is the place to turn for people facing the greatest challenges.
Avalon Academy was founded by two parents of children with cerebral palsy – Annie Noonan and Lynette Mullens – and a special education teacher, Kinga Czegeni.
A high school for students with learning disabilities in the San Francisco East Bay specializing in accommodating conditions including dyslexia, ADHD, auditory processing disorder, non-verbal learning disorders, Asperger's Syndrome or a host of other major challenges.