Community Resources

We are always expanding our resource listings. If you have information about a program or service that would be of interest to parents of children and young adults with disabilities, please e-mail us with the information.

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  • Post-Partum Support
    Provides support to woman in Hawaii who are pregnant or post-partum with mood disorders via phone support, peer support group, Google + Hangouts group, referrals, group presentations, information and education. Meets every Saturday in Aiea. Call for times and locations. Contact: Diane Ashton Phone: (808) 392-7985 Website:

  • Hawaii and Pacific Deaf Blind Project
    The Hawai‘i & Pacific Deaf-Blind Project provides technical assistance to children and youth who are deaf-blind, birth through 21 years of age, and to their families and service providers here in Hawai‘i and outlying Pacific Islands. Technical assistance may include in-home consultation, school consultation, family support, networking, in-services, statewide trainings, …

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  • Assistive Technology Links
    Click on the following links to discover more about Assistive Technology: ATinNH You Tube Channel – Hundreds of videos highlighting solutions that can be made at home. The University of New Hampshire Assistive Technology Dept. Indiana University Bloomington – Lots of website links and examples of low and high tech …

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  • Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)
    Established under IDEA to advise DOE regarding the education of all eligible children with disabilities. Parents and persons with disabilities make up a majority of the membership. Meetings are helld monthly exetp in June and July at 919 Ala Moana Blvd. and are open to the public.  Call or email …

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  • State Council on Developmental Disabilities (DD Council)
    A body of 28 Governor appointed self-advocates, parents, family members, consumers, and public and private agency representatives that plans, coordinates, evaluates, monitors and advocates on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.  Activities include developing and implementing a 5-year State Plan, educating and informing policy makers and the …

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