1. Autism. A good place to start, all about autism.
2. The Prader-Willi California Foundation Web Site
“This Door” is a refrigerator door. For our folks with this syndrome, everyday life is a matter of life and death. The Prader-Willi website below is extremely worthwhile for those of you who work with those with Prader-Willi Syndrome and good for anyone interested in learning more about this.
3. Aspergers Syndrome
Many of the young men in our supported living program are diagnosed with this syndrome. There is a great deal of very interesting and valuable information on this site.
4. The Regional Center of Orange County is contracted by the state of California to coordinate lifelong services and supports for the developmentally disabled children and adults who reside in Orange County. No Ordinary Moments is vendored by the Regional Center of Orange County to provide services to our consumers.
5. The United Cerebral Palsy website is an excellent site to learn more about cerebral palsy.
6. The Lanterman Act is a very important piece of legislation that was passed in 1969. This is the California Law that says that people with developmental disabilities and their families have the right to get the services and supports they need to live like people without disabilities.
7. The jury has been in on this one for years and years. Alcohol ruins lives by the thousands every year. Take a look at the statistics Mothers Against Drunk Drivers has on the website above. And if necessary, change your behavior for the safety of all.
8. Earthquake preparedness—- are you ready?