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The Parkland School District strives to build special programs specifically tailored to the assessed needs of a student and attempts to deliver those programs in the regular education environment as much as possible. The district is committed to creating programs that are integrally involved with and delivered through general education programs. Parkland offers a continuum of services to allow for more independent functioning on the part of the students as they progress through the grades.

The Parkland School District is committed to working with parents to design the program alternative that most appropriately meets the individual needs of students. All Parkland special education programs and services are in compliance with state and federal laws governing this area. The district operates a majority of the programs for its students with special needs. Some students will participate in programs operated by the Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit.

CLIU21 Special Education Notice

Programs for Students with Special Needs

In compliance with state and federal law, notice is hereby given by the Parkland School District that it conducts ongoing identification activities as a part of its school program for the purpose of identifying students who may be in need of special education and related services. If your child is identified by the district as possibly in need of such services, you will be notified of applicable procedures. Individualized services and programs are available for children who are determined to need specially designed instruction due to the following conditions:

Autism; Deaf-blindness; Deafness; Emotional disturbance; Hearing impairment; Intellectual disability; Multiple disabilities; Orthopedic impairment; Other health impairment; Specific learning disability; Speech or language impairment; Traumatic brain injury; Visual impairment.

If you believe that your school age child may be in need of special education services and related programs, screening and evaluation processes designed to assess the needs of the child and his/her eligibility are available to you at no cost, upon written request. Early intervention services are available for young children (age 3 to school age.) You may request screening and evaluation at any time, whether or not your child is enrolled in the district's public school program. Requests for evaluation and screening should be made in writing to the Director of Student Services, 1210 Springhouse Road, Allentown, PA 18104.

In compliance with state and federal law, the Parkland School District will provide to each protected handicapped student without discrimination or cost to the student or family, those related aids, services or accommodations which are needed to provide equal opportunity to participate in and obtain the benefits of the school program and extracurricular activities to the maximum extent appropriate to the student's abilities. In order to qualify as a protected handicapped student, the child must be of school age with a physical or mental disability, which substantially limits or prohibits participation in or access to an aspect of the school program. These services and protections for "protected handicapped students" are distinct from those applicable to all eligible or exceptional students enrolled (or seeking enrollment) in special education programs.

All information gathered about your child is subject to the confidentiality provisions contained in federal and state law. The district has policies and procedures in effect governing the collection, maintenance, destruction and disclosure to third parties of this information. The records of each student with an exceptionality (special education) are reviewed at the end of each school year. Information the district no longer deems necessary to provide appropriate programming is discarded. Parents may claim discarded records by contacting the director of student services (610-351-5555) prior to June 1 each school year. For information about those policies and procedures, about rights of confidentiality and access to educational records, as well as for further information on rights of parents and children, provision of services, evaluation and screening, you may contact in writing the Director of Student Services, 1210 Springhouse Road, Allentown, PA 18104, or any building principal.

Child Find

The school district engages in numerous public awareness activities to alert residents about procedures for accessing special education programs. Public awareness activities are included in the district activities calendar, the district newsletter, the newspaper (2 times per year), TV, and radio announcements. In addition, flyers and brochures are given to each of the non-public schools within Parkland School District borders. The district also sends a letter to each family in non-public schools, making them aware of their ability to access evaluations for special education.

Accommodations for the Disabled

All ten district schools provide accessibility for the disabled. Parents of a disabled child should contact the director of student services, 610-351-5555, for inquiries regarding appropriate placement of their child. Disabled adults who wish to visit or utilize school facilities should contact the appropriate building principal for information. General questions regarding the accessibility of school facilities for disabled persons should be directed to the office of the assistant superintendent, at 610-351-5505.

Protected Handicapped

In compliance with state and federal law, the Parkland School District will provide to each protected handicapped student, without discrimination or cost to the student or family, those related aids, services or accommodations which are needed to provide equal opportunity to participate in and obtain the benefits of the school program and co- and non-curricular activities to the maximum extent appropriate to the student's abilities. To qualify as a protected handicapped student, the child must be of school age with a physical or mental disability, which substantially limits or prohibits participation in or access to some aspect of the school program.
These services for "protected handicapped students" are distinct from those applicable to all eligible or exceptional students enrolled (or seeking enrollment) in special education programs.
For further information on the evaluation procedures and provision of services to protected handicapped students, contact the director of student services at 610-351-5555.

Notification of Rights Under the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA)

PPRA affords parents certain rights regarding our conduct of surveys, collection and use of information for marketing purposes, and certain physical exams. These include the rights to:
Consent before students are required to submit to a survey that concerns one or more of the following protected areas ("protected information survey") if the survey is funded in whole or in part by a program of the U.S. Department of Education (ED):
-Political affiliations or beliefs of the student or student's parent
-Mental or psychological problems of the student or student's family
-Sex behavior or attitudes
-Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, or demeaning behavior
-Critical appraisals of others with whom respondents have close family relationships
-Legally recognized privileged relationships, such as with lawyers, doctors or ministers
-Religious practices, affiliations or beliefs of the student or parents
-income, other than as required by law to determine program eligibility

Receive notice and an opportunity to opt a student out of:
-Any other protected information survey, regardless of funding
-Any non-emergency, invasive physical exam or screening required as a condition of attendance, administered by the school or its agent, and not necessary to protect the immediate health and safety of a student, except for hearing, vision or scoliosis screenings, or any physical exam or screening permitted or required under State law
-Activities involving collection, disclosure or use of personal information obtained from students for marketing or to sell or otherwise distribute the information to others

Inspect, upon request and before administration or use:
-Protected information surveys or students
-Instruments used to collect personal information from students for any of the above marketing, sales or other distribution purposes
-Instructional material used as part of the educational curriculum
These rights transfer from the parents to a student who is 18 years old or an emancipated minor under State law.
Parkland School district will develop policies, in consultation with parents, regarding these rights, as well as arrangements to protect student privacy in the administration of protected information surveys and the collection, disclosure, or use of personal information for marketing, sales, or other distribution purposes. Parkland School District will directly notify parents of these policies at least annually at the start of each school year and after any substantive changes. Parkland School District will also directly notify, such as through U.S. Mail or email, parents of students who are scheduled to participate in the specific activities or surveys noted below and will provide an opportunity for the parent to opt his or her child out of participation of the specific activity or survey. Parkland School District will make this notification to parents at the beginning of the school year if the District has identified the specific or approximate dates of the activities or surveys at that time. For surveys and activities scheduled after the school year starts, parents will be provided reasonable notification of the planned activities and surveys listed below and be provided an opportunity to opt their child out of such activities and surveys. Following is a list of the specific activities and surveys covered under this requirement:
-Collection, disclosure, or use of personal information for marketing, sales or other distribution.
-Administration of any protected information survey not funded in whole or in part by ED.
-Any non-emergency, invasive physical examination or screening as described above.
Parents who believe their rights have been violated may file a complaint with:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-5901

Overview

Each of our 11 schools provides special education services for students. The students receiving special education have been identified as exceptional within the PA Special Education Regulations and Standards through a multidisciplinary team evaluation. Some of the individuals who may participate on the multidisciplinary team include the building principal, classroom teachers, learning support teachers, guidance counselors, nurse, speech and language therapists, and school psychologist.The following exceptionalities are recognized under the Pennsylvania State Regulations governing special education:

  • Autism
  • Deaf-blindness
  • Deafness
  • Emotional Disturbance
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Multiple Disabilities
  • Orthopedic Impairment
  • Other Health Impairment
  • Specific Learning Disability
  • Speech or Language Impairment
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Visual Impairment

Because the Parkland school district develops programs to meet the individual needs of students, there are some children whose goals are for developing life skills. The learning support teacher is responsible for delivery of the services. Usually another special education staff member will assist the special education teacher. Our special education staff works collaboratively with the general education staff to provide programs for the pupils within the school community.

Children with learning disabilities generally possess average intelligence, but exhibit a discrepancy between achievement and intellectual ability in the areas of reading, writing, and/or math. Some of these learners require instruction to be delivered through different materials or levels than their grade level or chronologically aged peers. Some of our students with disabilities participate in regular education environments with different goals than their peers. These environments can provide opportunities for communication and socialization which may be designated on the student’s Individualized Educational Program (IEP). The IEP is developed by a team, which includes the parents, to determine the program for each child.

If parents have a question regarding their child’s progress, they may contact the guidance counselor to discuss their concerns.

Related Services

Related services are provided for students to participate in and obtain the benefits of their school program to the maximum extent appropriate to their abilities. These services are deemed necessary for students to benefit from their individualized programming. These specific services are determined on an individual basis and are delineated in each student’s IEP as appropriate.The following are some related services that students may receive as part of their educational programming:

* Speech/language therapy
* Occupational therapy
* Physical therapy
* Assistive technology
* Vision or hearing consultation
* Transportation

Confidentiality of Records

Notice for Directory Information 

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that Parkland School District, with certain exceptions, obtain your written consent prior to the disclosure of personally identifiable information from your child's education records.  However, Parkland School District may disclose appropriately designated "directory information" without written consent, unless you have advised the District to the contrary in accordance with District procedures.  The primary purpose of directory information is to allow the Parkland School District to include this type of information from your child's education records in certain school publications.  Examples include:

-A playbill, showing your student's role in a drama production

-The annual yearbook

-Honor roll or other recognition lists

-Graduation programs

-Sports activity sheets, such as for wrestling, showing weight and height of team members

Directory information, which is information that is generally not considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if released, can also be disclosed to outside organizations without a parent's prior written consent.  Outside organizations include, but are not limited to, companies that manufacture class rings or publish yearbooks.  In addition, two federal laws require local educational agencies (LEAs) receiving assistance under the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965 (ESEA) to provide military recruiters, upon request, with three directory information categories - names, addresses and telephone listings - unless parents have advised the LEA that they do not want their student's information disclosed without their prior written  consent.

If you do not want Parkland School District to disclose directory information from your child's education records without your prior written consent, you must notify the District in writing by October 15 of the current school year.

Students Records Policy  

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students over 18 years of age ("eligible students") certain rights with respect to the student's education records.

These rights are:

The right to inspect and review the student's education records within 45 days of the day the School receives a request for access.  Parents or eligible students should submit to the building principal or director of student services a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect.  The school official will make arrangements for access and notify the parent of eligible student of the time and place where the records may be inspected.

The right to request the amendment of the student's education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate.  Parents or eligible students may ask the school to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate.  They should write the school principal or director of student services and clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate.   If the school decides not to amend the record as requested by the parent or eligible student, the school will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment.  Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing.

The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student's education records, except to the extent the FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.  One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests.  A school official is a person employed by the school as an administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel); a person serving on the school board; a person or company with whom the school has contacted to perform a special task (such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist); or a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his/her tasks.  A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his/her professional responsibility.  Upon request, the school discloses education records without consent to officials of another school district in which a student seeks or intends to enroll.

The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the school district to comply with the requirements of FERPA.  The name and address of the office that administers FERPA are: Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Dept. of Education, 400 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20202-4605.

The records of each student with an exceptionality (special education) are reviewed at the end of each school year.  Information the district no longer deems necessary to provide appropriate programming is discarded.  Parents may claim discarded records by contacting the Director of Student Services at 610-351-5555, prior to June 1 each school year.  Copies are available at a cost of 25 cents per double sided page.

PALS

Peer Assistance to Learning Support…allowing all students to experience the benefits of friendship, teamwork, and responsibility

What is PALS?

PALS is a student-run organization that fosters relationships between students with and without mental disabilities through one-on-one and group activities. PALS desires to allow all students to experience the benefits of friendship, teamwork, and responsibility.

Referrals

Elementary:

When a parent or school team member has a concern regarding the student’s progress, they should address their questions to the school guidance counselor. The guidance counselor and/or the instructional support teacher will schedule a team meeting with the parents and all required participants to discuss the request for evaluation. A permission to evaluate (PTE) could be given to the parents to sign, which gives the psychologist permission to begin an evaluation. There will be a multidisciplinary team meeting to review the evaluation report within 60 calendar days after the PTE is signed.

Secondary:

When a parent or school team member requests an evaluation, the guidance counselor will schedule a meeting with the parents and school psychologist to discuss the reason for the referral. A permission to evaluate (PTE) will be signed by the parent, which allows the evaluation process to begin. The guidance counselor will schedule a multidisciplinary team meeting within 60 calendar days after the PTE was signed.

Parent:

Parents must provide their request for an evaluation in writing to either the building principal, Director of Student Services, or school psychologist. The school psychologist and guidance counselor will meet with the parents after reviewing the child’s records. The school psychologist will issue a permission to evaluate (PTE), if necessary, to answer the referral question. The evaluation will be completed within 60 calendar days of the signed PTE.

Special Education Consultants

Our Autistic Support Consultant, Mrs. Jodi Barndt (barndtj@parklandsd.org), provides support for school personnel working with special education students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Best practices for teaching and including students with autism spectrum disorders within the special education and regular education classrooms are suggested and modeled when requested by the student’s special education team. The Autistic Support Consultant provides resources and on the job training of scientifically proved strategies and interventions for school personnel (K-12). Requests for autistic support consultative services require Student Services administrative approval.

Our Behavior Specialist, Mrs. Lisa Olivieri (olivieril@parklandsd.org), provides support for school personnel working with special education students with emotional and behavioral needs.  Best practices for teaching and including students with emotional and behavioral needs within the special education and regular education classrooms are suggested and modeled when requested by the student’s special education team.  The Behavior Specialist provides resources and on the job training of scientifically proved positive behavior support strategies and interventions for school personnel (K-12).   Requests for behavioral support consultative services require Student Services administrative approval.

Our Home and School Visitor, Mrs. Diane Joy Irish (irishd@parklandsd.org), is a licensed social worker who coordinates and monitors needed school and community services for identified special education students and their families when their individual needs are affecting the student’s successful adjustment in school.  The role of the Home and School Visitor is to connect families with services available to them in the community to address mental health needs, financial hardships, and opportunities for extra-curricular activities to enhance the child’s well-being.  The Home and School Visitor often serves as a link between the school and the family to facilitate communication and augment services that are being provided in the school setting so that the child can experience success at school, at home, and in the community.  Requests for Home and School Visitor consultative services require Student Services administrative approval.

Helpful Resources

Parent/Guardian Resources

Lehigh Valley TOPSoccer Club, is the only soccer club in the Lehigh Valley dedicated entirely to the needs of children with special needs.

Lehigh Valley TOPSoccer Club is open to all children in the Lehigh Valley that have Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome or Cerebral Palsy. The players in the TOPSoccer program come from all school districts in the Lehigh Valley. We have a team of dedicated coaches who offer a fun program of soccer to the children. Here is the link to the website: http://www.lvtopsoccer.org/

Community Resources

Community Resources for Families and Children is provided as a service to parents and professionals with an interest in Early Intervention. The Family & Early Intervention Partnership does not endorse any provider or service. This list is not all inclusive. This information has been printed courtesy of Child CareInformation Services, Inc., the CCIS of Northampton County, through funds provided by the Office of Child Development, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (www.dpw.state.pa.us)

General Information

 

Lehigh County Information & Referral

610-782-3200

Crisis Intervention

610-782-3127

Northampton County Information & Referral

610-559-3270

Crisis Intervention

610-252-9060

Social Security

800-772-1213

Advocacy and Support

 

Allentown City Health Bureau

610-437-7760

The Arc

610-849-8076

ARCH

610-573-2500

Bethlehem City Health Bureau

610-865-7087

Center for Independent Living

610-770-9781

Children's Coalition of Lehigh Valley

610-868-2805

Consult Line

800-879-2301

Education Law Center

215-238~6970

Elks Nurse

610-365-1426

PA Disability Rights Network

800-692-7443

PA Office for Dispute Resolution

800-992-4334

Parent Education Network

800-522-5827

Project Child

610-954-9561

The Special Kids Network

800-986-4550

Behavioral Health Services (Provider 50)

 

Intake & Referral

 

Lehigh County

610-782-3200

Northampton County

610-559-3270

Access Services

610-866-6667

ARCH

610-769-4111

Carbon-Lehigh IU #21

610-573-2500

Behavioral Health Associates

610-379-0067

Colonial IU

610-252-5550

Concern

610-691-8401

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultations

800-528-7222  x2320

Holcomb Behavioral Health

610-435-4151

KidsPeace

610-435-2608

Glenn R. Koch

610-266-0610

The Progressive Companies

610-435-7049

ReDCoGroup

570-429-1529

Valley Youth House

 

(Lehigh County)

610-432-6481

 (Northampton County)

 610-252-2681

Child Health

 

Access Plus Hotline

800-543-7633

Adult Basic

800-462-2742

Allentown City Health Bureau

610-437-7660

AmeriHealth Mercy

888-991-7200

Bayada Nurses, Pediatric

610-776-7000

Bethlehem City Health Bureau

610-865-7083

Capitol Blue Cross-CHIP

610-820-2607

CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program)

800-464-KIDS

HIPP (Health Insurance Premium Payment)

888-819-9206

Department of Public Welfare

 

Lehigh County

610-821-6509

Northampton County

610-250-1700

Easton Hospital

610-250-4000

Gateway Health Plan

800-392-1147

Good Shepherd Pediatrics

610-776-3578

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation

610-807-4200

Lehigh Valley Hospital

610-402-8000

Magellan

866-238-2311

March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation

610-439-7420

PA Department of Health

 

Lehigh County

610-821-6770

Northampton County

610-250-1825

Sacred Heart Hospital

610-776-4500

Shriner's Hospital (Philadelphia)

800-281-4050

Shriner's Burn Center (Boston)

800-255-1916

St. Luke's Hospital of Allentown

610-770-8300

St. Luke's Hospital of Bethlehem

610-954-4000

Unison Health Plan

800-400-4003

Visiting Nurse Association of St. Luke's

610-691-1100

Legal Services

 

Attorney Referral & Information Service

 

Lehigh County

610-433-7094

Northampton County

610-258-6333

Lehigh Valley Legal Service

610-317-8757

Counseling

 

Bethlehem Counseling Associates

610-865-8177

Catholic Charities

610-435-1541

Center for Integrative Psychotherapy

610-432-5066

Community Psychological Services

610-434-2431

Crime Victims Council

 

Lehigh County

610-437-6610

24 Hour Hotline

610-437-6611

Northampton County

610-250-6313

Family Answers

610-435-9651

Hispanic American Organization

610-435-5334

Lehigh Valley Community Mental Health

610-691-4357

Pinebrook Family Services

610-432-3919

Child Care Resource and Referral

 

Child Care Information Services (CCIS)

 

Lehigh County

610-868-4636

 

 800-528-7222

Northampton County

610-419-4500

 

866-800 3880

Developmental Pediatricians

 

Children's Specialized Hospital, (NJ)

888-244-5373

CHOP (Philadelphia)

800-879-2467

Drexel Autism Center at Friends

215-831-4058

DuPont Hospital (Philadelphia)

800-416-4441

Geisinger Medical Center

800-275-6401

Good Shepherd, Pediatrics

610-776-3578

Einstein Hospital Develop. Medicine

215-456-6786

Hershey Medical Center

800-243-1455

Hunterdon Medical Center-Child Devel. Ctr.

908-788-6396

Johns Hopkins Children's Center

410-955-5000

Recreation

 

Easter Seals of Eastern PA

610-866-8092

The Miracle League

610-262-6852

VIA

610-317-8000

Education Information Services 

 

Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit

610-769-4111

Children's Therapeutic Center

610-433-4383

Colonial Intermediate Unit (3-5)

610-252-5550

Community Services for Children, Inc.

 

-Head Start & Early Head Start

610-437-6000

Connect Information Services

800-692-7288

Early Intervention

 

Lehigh County (Birth to 3)

610-782-3200

Northampton County (Birth to 3)

610-559-3270

Easter Seals of Eastern PA

610-866-8092

Mercy Special Learning Center

610-797-8242

S.P.A.R.K. - Bethlehem School District

610-868-8501

Via of the Lehigh Valley

610-317-8000

Vitalistic Therapeutic Center, Inc.

610-861-7570

Housing Assistance

 

Allentown Housing Authority

610-439-8678

Bethlehem Housing Authority

610-865-8300

Easton Neighborhood Center

610-253-4253

Easton Housing Authority

610-258-0806

Habitat for Humanity

610-776-7737

Lehigh County Housing Authority

610-433-2312

New Bethany Ministries

610-691-5602

Northampton County Housing Authority

610-759-8488

Pathways

610-439-8653

Salvation Army Shelter

610-432-0128

Sixth Street Shelter

610-435-1490

Third Street Alliance for Women & Children

610-258-6271

Turning Point of Lehigh Valley

610-437-3369

Nutrition/Food Services

 

Allentown Area Ecumenical Food Bank

610-821-1332

Angel Food Ministries – Life Church

610-820-9927

Assistance Office (Food Stamps)

 

Lehigh County

610-821-6503

Northampton County

610-250-1770

Central Moravian Food Bank

610-866-5661

Coplay Food Bank

610-262-6088

Nazareth Area Food Bank

610-365-8869

Northampton Food Bank

610-262-8030

Northern Lehigh Food Bank

610-767-9525

Northeast Ministry

610-691-3355

Pennsylvania Hunger Action Center

800-366-3997

Penn State Cooperative Extension (Education Services)

Lehigh County

610-391-9840

ProJeCt (Easton)

610-258-4361

Safe Harbor (Easton)

610-258-5540

Salvation Army

 

Allentown

610-432-0129

Bethlehem

610-867-4681

Easton

610-258-9531

South Bethlehem Neighborhood Centers

610-865-2791

Trinity Episcopal Church South Kitchen

610-867-4741

WIC (Women, Infant & Children)

800-367-6347

Allentown

610-432-3455

Bethlehem

610-691-6491

Other

800-729-4248

Transportation

 

LANTA Metro Plus

610-776-7433

VAST

610-266-7334

Support Groups/Hotlines

 

AIDS Hotline

800-662-6080

ARCH

610-573-2500

Assoc. for Blind & Visually Impaired

610-433-6018

Lehigh Valley Autism Society

610-778-9212

National Autism Society of America

800-3 AUTISM

Bereavement Support Group

610-402-0500

Brain Injury Hotline

866-412-4755

Brain Tumor Foundation of LV

610-776-2566

Camelot for Children Support Group

610-791-5683

Compassionate Friends of LV

 

(For Parents who have suffered the death of a child)

610-437-2967

Eastern PA Down Syndrome Center

610-402-0184

Epilepsy Assoc. of SE PA

800-887-7165

Feingold Association (Parents Group for Chemical Sensitivity – Controlled by Diet)

 800-321-3287

Healthy Baby Line (for pregnant women)

800-986-BABY

Healthy Kids Line

800-986-KIDS

Lauren's Hope Foundation

610-703-2423

Supports Children with Brain Injuries & their Families)

Lead Poisoning

800-440-LEAD

Lehigh Valley Family

www.lehighvalleyfamily.com

Lehigh Valley Fragile  X Resource Group

ivfxs@yahoo.com

Lehigh Valley Sickle Cell Anemia

610-791-5683

Mothers of Twins Lehigh Valley

www.lvmotc.org

Muscular Dystrophy Assoc.

610-391-1977

NAMI

610-882-2102

   (Parents of Severely Disturbed Children)

800-223-0500

PA Department of Health Line

877-PAHEALTH

Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania

800-986-4550

Pediatric Cancer Foundation of LV

www.cancersupportgroup.org

Poison Control Center

800-222-1222

ParentsSupport Network

 

   (Families in need of coping with daily stress and parenting needs)

800-448-4906

SEAS (Aspergers)

610-749-0332

Share of LV (Support group for parents suffering the loss of baby through miscarriage, stillborn, or early infant death)

610-868-3394

Special Kids Network

800-986-4500

Sugar Free Kids

 

(for children with diabetes  & their families)

610-402-0143

Tourette Syndrome of LV

610-776-6583