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Texas & National Resources for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Local Resources for Parents
Children’s Disabilities Information Coalition
Contact the Children’s Disabilities Information Coalition at (915) 217-2747 for information about services for children with disabilities located in El Paso, Texas and the surrounding region.
Down Syndrome Coalition for El Paso
The Down Syndrome Coalition for El Paso (DSCEP) is an organization that offer services that are centered around the following goals:
1. Empower individuals that have Down syndrome,
2. Provide education, support and resources,
3. Offer our services to other special need groups that share the same vision.
GiGi's Playhouse El Paso
GiGi's Playhouse opened in El Paso on April 19, 2015. GiGi’s Playhouse El Paso is proud to be the 23rd Playhouse nationwide and the FIRST Playhouse in Texas! GiGi’s Playhouse El Paso provides free programs that are educational and therapeutic in nature to individuals with Down syndrome from birth through adulthood, their families and the community. Please visit their website below for current calendars, schedules, and program descriptions. For more information on our programs or how to get involved please email the organization directly at email@example.com or call 915.779.PLAY.
Paso Del Norte Children's Development Center
Are you a parent or caregiver looking for local resources for a child with disabilities? Visit their website today or browse the PDF below to learn about local agencies and learning opportunities for you and your child!
Project Higher- El Paso Community College Certification Program
Project HIGHER is an innovative program that assists individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ages 18-25) in El Paso County to complete a level-one certificate at EPCC and find employment in their area of study. This Fall 2015 semester, six students with intellectual and developmental disabilities are enrolled in a certificate program.
The ARC of El Paso
The Arc of El Paso is committed to serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), their families and caregivers living in the El Paso borderland region.