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EFMP Resources

EFMP Lending Library and Loan Locker

The Henderson Hall EFMP office has a variety of resources available to sponsors, families and commands to borrow for up to 6 months. These resources include books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, and sensory equipment.

  Download EFMP Lending Library and Loan Locker Resource List (179KB PDF)


Local, State & National Resources

District of Columbia Resources
DC Parent Training and Information Center: Advocates for Justice and Education
Special Education in DC: Parent's Guide
The Office of Special Education in DC

Maryland Resources
MD Parent Training and Information Center: The Parent’s Place of Maryland
Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Resource Locator
Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services in MD

Virginia Resources
Virginia Family Special Education Connection
VA Parent Training and Information Center: PEATC
Virginia Parents’ Guide to Special Education 2010

National Resources
Center for Parent Information and Resources
Education Directory for Children with Special Needs
ADA National Network
Wrights Law Special Education & Advocacy
A Guide to Disabilities Rights & Laws
The ADA: Your Employment Rights as an Individual With a Disability
IDEA
Disability.gov
Medicaid.gov



Military Resources
  • American Military Families Autism Support
  • Education Directory for Children with Special Needs
  • The DoD Special Needs Parent Tool Kit: The DoD Special Needs Parent Tool Kit has comprehensive information and tools that are geared towards helping military families with special needs children navigate the maze of medical and special education services, community support and benefits and entitlements.
  • Special Care Organizational Records (SCOR): The Special Care Organization Record (SCOR) is an organizing tool for those caring for persons with special needs. It is intended to help track and organize the information necessary to care for the special needs person in the caregiver’s absence.
  • Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP): STOMP is a federally funded Parent Training and Information Center that assists military families who have children with special education or health needs. STOMP serves families in the following ways:
    • Provides information and training about laws, regulations and resources for military families of children with disabilities
    • Assists parents and professionals in developing their own community parent education/support groups
    • Provides a voice to raise awareness of issues faced by military families with children who have disabilities
Other


Listings are provided as a resource only; no USMC MCCS endorsement is implied.



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