Family Village State Disability Resources
Advocacy & Information
Children's Hospitals / Health Services
Deaf & Blind
Employment / Vocational
Health Care Financing
Independent Living / Self-Advocacy
Parents - Support / Training
Recreation / Sports / Leisure
- Lakeshore Foundation Super Sports and Junior Wheelchair Athletics
- Very Special Arts Alabama
- Adaptive Aquatics
- Special Equestrians of Birmingham, Alabama
- Special Olympics Alabama, Inc.
- Camp Rap-A-Hope
one-week summer camp for children and teenagers who are battling cancer or who have ever been diagnosed with cancer and who are 7 to 17 years of age.
- Camp ASCCA
Mission is to help children and adults with disabilities achieve equality, dignity, and maximum independence.
- Camp Merrimack
Summer Arts Camp for Children with Special Needs. Camp Merrimack is a unique arts half-day camp for children ages 3 through 12. Camp Merrimack is open to children with special needs including Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, autism and others. With the success of our Dance Your Dreams! program, we are excited to offer more artistic opportunities for students. Classes will include music, theatre, dance and visual art. With our positive approach, engaging philosophy and 1:1 staff-to-camper ratio, our overall experience is different from any other.
- Camp Shocco for the Deaf
This camp gives every Deaf teenagers and Deaf children's an opportunity to have an unforgettable 1 week of fun, games, and spiritual growth. Not only that, they learn the essence of teamwork, while also developing their own unique abilities and talents that can often be overlooked. There is no language barriers, therefore, they are never excluded.
- Camp Smile-A-Mile (SAM)
For children who have or have had cancer. Year round programs are provided for the campers and their family at no cost.
Research / Demonstration Programs
Special Education / Early Intervention