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Special Education Resources

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ECAC is a non-profit organization that provides information and resources to the families of children with disabilities in North Carolina.  They offer many services to parents and families at no charge including a lending library and parent to parent support.

The US Department of Education's website is a one-stop shop for resources related to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.  This site is a searchable website that has video clips, topic briefs and a Q & A Corner where you can submit questions.

The North Carolina Public Schools, Exceptional Children Division's website includes information for parent and educators about NC's special education processes, forms for IEP Teams, the Handbook on Parents' Rights, training opportunities and much more.

Disability Rights North Carolina is a non-profit organization that provides advocacy and legal services at no charge for people with disabilities across North Carolina. This site contains many resources designed to increase the ability of individuals with disabilities and their families to engage in self advocacy.



GiGi's Playhouse serves individuals with Down syndrome from infant to adult, their families and the community.







College resources for visually impaired students.

Local Support Groups




Autism Resources

Autism Society of North Carolina provides advocacy, training and education and direct care services to individuals with autism, their families and professionals.

CHART connects families with the people, tools and services that will help them to support their loved one with autism or a sensory processing disorder. We share local resources and events taking place in Chapel Hill, NC and around the Triangle. We also address national news about autism and share our personal experiences and tips. Please join us on Facebook and Twitter for the most up-to-the-minute news.


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