Social Emotional Resources

Care Solace - Care Solace provides the network necessary to help faculty, students and families determine when support is needed, and assists in coordinating community-based mental healthcare options.

CASEL Video: “Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for Families” - A video describing what social and emotional learning (SEL) means and how families can support SEL at home.

Audience: General Resource for Families

GoNoodle “Good Energy at Home” - A website and app with movement and mindfulness activities that support daily wellness.

Audience: PreK-Elementary School Age Students and Families

PBS Kids “Emotions and Self-Awareness” - A collection of online games, articles, videos, and printable activities from PBS for children ages 2-8.

Audience: PreK-Elementary School Age Students and Families

Gritx - A collection of resources for adolescents including a self-care toolkit,, interactive journaling, sketching, and breathing exercises. Supports self-awareness, self-management, mindfulness, and stress management.

Audience: Secondary School Age Students

EGUSD Family Resources

Message from Student Support and Health Services

Dear Parents, 

In light of the July 15th announcement that we will be returning to school in full distance learning capacity next month, we recognize as a parent of a child with special needs you may have additional concerns or questions. I wanted to reach out to let you know that we are working on an improved distance learning model for students with special needs. Thank you to those who have responded to our district survey and have emailed us with thoughts and ideas supporting this effort. We greatly appreciate your role as partners in the education of your child. We will be sending out further communication as soon as possible. 

Thank you for your understanding and your patience.


Anne Rigali
SELPA/Special Education Director
Elk Grove Unified School District
(916)686-7780 Office
(916)686-7749 Fax

Estimados Padres, 

Después del anuncio del 15 de julio con respecto al regreso completo a la escuela usando el modelo de aprendizaje de distancia el próximo mes, nosotros reconocemos que, como padre de cada uno de los niños con necesidades especiales, ustedes puedan tener dudas o preocupaciones. Yo deseo comunicarles que nosotros estamos trabajando para mejorar el modelo del aprendizaje de distancia para los estudiantes con necesidades especiales. Gracias aquellos que respondieron a la encuesta del distrito y nos han enviado por correo electrónico sus pensamientos e ideas apoyando este esfuerzo. Nosotros valoramos su papel como asociados en la educación de su hijo. Nosotros enviaremos más información tan pronto como sea posible. 

Gracias por su comprensión y su paciencia.


Anne Rigali
SELPA/Directora Educación Especial
Elk Grove Unified School District
(916)686-7780 Office
(916)686-7749 Fax

Nyob Zoo Cov Niamtxiv,

Raws li tau tshaj tawm thaum lub Xya Hli hnub tim 15, peb yuav rovqab pib kawm ntawv thaum lub Yim hli tiamsis yuav kawm nyob pem tsev lawm xwb, peb yeej pom tau hais tias ua ib tus niamtxiv ntawm ib tus menyuam uas yuav tsum tau kev pab tshwjxeeb tej zaum koj yuav muaj ntau yam kev nyuaj siab lossis lus nug thiab.  Kuv xav qhia rau koj paub hais tias, peb tseem tabtom ua haujlwm los txhim kho kom kev kawm ntawv pem tsev yuav zoo zuj zus rau cov tub ntxhais uas yuav tsum tau kev kawm/kev pab tshwjxeeb rau.  Ua tsaug rau txhua tus uas tau teb peb daim ntawv sojntsuam los ntawm lub district thiab kuj tau email nej tej tswvyim tuaj pab txhawb rau qhov no.  Peb txaus siab heev rau koj txojkev koomtes rau kev kawm ntawv ntawm koj tus menyuam. 

Ua tsaug rau koj txojkev totaub thiab koj lub siab ntev.

Ntawm Siab Dawpaug,

Anne Rigali
SELPA/Special Education Director
Elk Grove Unified School District
(916)686-7780 Office
(916)686-7749 Fax

Thân gửi Phụ Huynh,

Vào sáng ngày 15 tháng 7  thông báo cho biết rằng chúng ta sẽ được trở lại trường Hoàn Toàn Học Tập Từ Xa với đầy đủ khả năng vào tháng tới, chúng tôi nhận ra là phụ huynh của một em nhỏ có nhu cầu đặc biệt qúi vị  có thể có những thắc mắc hoặc câu hỏi khác. Tôi muốn tiếp xúc để cho qúi vị biết rằng chúng tôi đang nghiên cứu một mô hình học tập từ xa được cải thiện cho các học sinh có nhu cầu đặc biệt. Xin cảm ơn những người đã trả lời khảo sát của Học Khu chúng tôi và đã gửi email cho chúng tôi với những suy nghĩ và ý tưởng hỗ trợ nỗ lực này. Chúng tôi đánh giá rất cao vai trò của qúi vị là đối tác trong việc giáo dục con em qúi vị. Chúng tôi sẽ gửi những thông tin liên lạc thêm càng sớm càng tốt.

Xin cảm ơn qúi vị sự hiểu hiểu và kiên nhẫn của qúi vị. 

Trân trọng, 

Anne Rigali
SELPA / Giám Đốc Giáo Dục Đặc Biệt
Học Khu Thống Nhất Elk Grove
(916)686-7780 Văn phòng
(916)686-7749 Fax



EGUSD Family/Parent Distance Learning Resources

What is distance learning?

Distance learning is an alternative learning and educational service plan in which the student and teacher are in different locations. The teachers have the option to communicate with you and your child by a phone call, email, StudentVUE/ParentVUE, video chat, and/or text.

When does distance learning start?

Teachers are currently prepping for distance learning. The official dates for students to begin distance learning are as follows:

  • August 3: Year-Round Tracks B, C, D go live with distance learning.

  • August 13: Traditional and Modified Traditional Elementary Schools, all Middle and High Schools and Jessie Baker School go live with distance learning.

  • August 24: Year Round Track A goes live with distance learning.

EGUSD ClassLink Portal FAQ

How can my child access EGUSD’s ClassLink Portal?

You can access the ClassLink Portal directly at: or through your child's school website, or the EGUSD website.

Distance Learning Supports

At Home Enrichment Activities and Virtual Field Trips for Students

Please see below for online activities and supports for families to utilize during distance learning. ​We will continue to add to this list as we identify additional resources​.​ Most resources do not require a log-in, unless otherwise indicated.

Appropriate for K-12

Khan Academy - Lessons covering kindergarten through early college math, grammar, science, history, AP courses, SAT preparation, and more. Content is available in 40 languages. Accessible on laptops and smartphones. (Grades K-12)

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Flocabulary - Hip-hop videos and instructional activities that promote literacy and spark creativity. (Grades K-12)

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At Home Learning - Thank you, PBS/KVIE, for this wonderful online schedule. (Grades Pre-K-12)

Wonderopolis - Sponsored by the National Center for Family Literacy, site asks (and answers) a daily question about the world. (Grades 2-12)

Listenwise - Hundreds of podcasts across subject areas. Includes auto-scored quizzes. Note: To access the premium collection, you will need to complete the Listenwise School Closure License Request. (Grades 2-12)

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BrainPOP offers a great assortment of animated movies, creative thinking tools, interactive quizzes, and fun assessments, Note: To access the premium version, you will need to complete their Free Access Form for Closed Schools. (Grades K-12)

PORTS Program - From the California Parks program, provides virtual (video) field trips to California’s State Park. (Grades K-12) BREAKING NEWS - Through their FaceBook page (, the PORTS teams will be hosting special events three days a week (Tuesday-Thursday) you can access from home. Here’s the schedule:

    • 9am: K-2nd grades

    • 10am: 3-5th grades

    • 11am: 6-8th grades

    • 12pm: 9-12 grades

Read, Wonder, and Learn! Favorite Authors & Illustrators Share Resources for Learning Anywhere - From children’s author Kate Messner, a treasure trove of book readings for all ages.

Tynker - Provides scaffolded gamified coding and curriculum. Note: To access, you will need to complete the Tynker School Closure License Request. (Grades K-12)

K-12 Curriculum - Provides free courses in Math, Science, and Social Students for elementary through secondary students.

Bring the World into Your Classroom - From PBS, wonderful library of standards-aligned videos and interactives across grade levels and subject areas.

ReadWriteThink - From the International Literacy Association and National Council of Teachers of English, Provides families with access to best practices in reading and language arts instruction by offering high quality free materials.

Wide Open School - A free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense. The website offers a free collection of learning activities for students organized by grade band and subject, including a "daily schedule" with choices, creative breaks, and recommendations to keep kids engaged and exploring. - This site provides fun vocabulary instruction aimed at expanding and improving literacy.

Elementary (PreK-8th Grade)

Family Dance Party - From Sesame Street, a fun way to work in some exercise.

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Supporting Students Away From School - From iReady, via Curriculum Associates, included printable grade level packets for math and reading. (Grades K-8)

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50 Books Kids Should Read Before They Are Twelve - From Common Sense, books to draw in all readers (even reluctant readers).

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Mystery Science has lots of great at home Science fun.

Book Creator - Free app for students to create their own stories. Meets privacy requirements for school districts (FERPA, COPPA, GDPR).

Storyline Online - Listen to celebrities read a growing collection of stories.

Storynory - Hosts a new podcast each week and includes an archive with many classics (Snow White, Cinderella) and more.

Globe Problem Solvers - From Cisco’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) educational initiative, animated series is designed to promote social entrepreneurship in the classroom. (Appropriate for grades 4-8)

Story Time from Space - Listen to astronauts reading children’s books while in space.

Secondary (9th-12th Grade)

Free AP Review Classes - Attend free, live AP review courses, delivered by AP teachers from across the country. These courses:

  • Are optional, mobile-friendly, and can be used alongside any work your teacher may give you.

  • Will be available on-demand, so you can access them any time.

  • Will focus on reviewing the skills and concepts from the first 75% of the course. There will also be some supplementary lessons including topics from the final 25% of the course.

  • To access the live classes and recordings, visit the AP YouTube channel. We’ll be adding more courses soon.

UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project Logo

Student Journal Assignment During Covid19 Pandemic - From UC Berkeley History/Social Science Project.

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Desmos - Provides a free graphing calculator for students and an Activity Builder for teachers to help students grasp math concepts from geometry, algebra, and calculus.

  • New York Times Learning Network - Always a wonderful resources for teachers, the NYT has gathered resources to: Stay updated on the outbreak, think critically about information, consider essential questions about the pandemic and what it tells us about our world today and teach and learn when schools are closed.

  • Tween Tribune - From the Smithsonian, news articles on a range of topics are organized by grade and lexile levels.

  • World 101 - From the Council on Foreign Relations, a growing library of multimedia resources that explain international affairs and foreign policy issues for students through interactive storytelling.

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Explore virtual adventures and field trips without leaving home

GEOshow is a guided virtual field trip (VFT) experience that virtually takes you around the world. GEOshow is produced by Learn Around The World. Their mission is to promote global awareness and digital citizenship to all learners, young & old.

Yellowstone National Park Virtual Field Trip: Mud Volcano, Mammoth Hot Springs, and so much more. Tour Yellowstone National Park!

The Louvre - Travel to Paris, France to see amazing works of art at The Louvre with this virtual field trip.

This Virtual Tour of the Great Wall of China is beautiful and makes history come to life.

Boston Children’s Museum - Walk through the Boston Children’s Museum thanks to Google Maps! This virtual tour allows kids to explore three floors of fun.

Virtual Farm Tour: This Canadian site FarmFood 360 offers 11 Virtual Tours of farms from minks, pigs, and cows, to apples and eggs.

The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with amazing videos, activities, and games. Enjoy the tour!

Discovery Education Virtual Field Trips

A few of the field trip topics include:

Explore the surface of Mars on the Curiosity Rover. They are updating from WEBVR to WEBXR now, but 360 Mode offers a digital view!

U.S. Space and Rocket Museum in Huntsville, AL

See the Saturn 5 Rocket on YouTube and more on this tour thanks to a real father/son outing.

EGUSD Family/Parent Distance Learning Resources

What is distance learning?

Distance learning is an alternative learning and educational service plan in which the student and teacher are in different locations. The teachers have the option to communicate with you and your child by a phone call, email, StudentVUE/ParentVUE, video chat, and/or text.

When does distance learning start?

Teachers are currently prepping for distance learning. The official dates for students to begin distance learning are as follows:

  • August 3: Year-Round Tracks B, C, D go live with distance learning.

  • August 13: Traditional and Modified Traditional Elementary Schools, all Middle and High Schools and Jessie Baker School go live with distance learning.

  • August 24: Year Round Track A goes live with distance learning.

EGUSD ClassLink Portal FAQ

How can my child access EGUSD’s ClassLink Portal?

You can access the ClassLink Portal directly at: or through your child's school website, or the EGUSD website.

Where can I find the EGUSD 2020-2021 calendar?

Where can I find my child's school schedule for Full Distance Learning?

Year Round Elementary School Schedules

EGUSD 18 Year-Round (YR) Schools Track B, C and D begin August 3, 2020 and Track A begins August 24, 2020

  • Edna Batey Elementary School

  • Maeola Beitzel Elementary School

  • Arthur C. Butler Elementary School

  • Carroll Elementary School

  • Elitha Donner Elementary School

  • Foulks Ranch Elementary School

  • Arlene Hein Elementary School

  • Isabelle Jackson Elementary School

  • Samuel Kennedy Elementary School

  • Robert J. McGarvey Elementary School

  • Prairie Elementary School

  • David Reese Elementary School

  • Joseph Sims Elementary School

  • Stone Lake Elementary School

  • Sunrise Elementary School

  • Mary Tsukamoto Elementary School

  • Irene B. West Elementary School

  • Zehnder Ranch Elementary School

Full Distance Learning (FDL) Schedules

Modified Traditional/Traditional Elementary School Schedules

EGUSD 11 Modified Traditional (MT) Schools begin August 13, 2020

  • Raymond Case Elementary School

  • John Ehrhardt Elementary School

  • Robert J. Fite Elementary School

  • Florin Elementary School

  • Roy Herburger Elementary School

  • Anna Kirchgater Elementary School

  • Herman Leimbach Elementary School

  • Charles Mack Elementary School

  • Barbara Comstock Morse Elementary School

  • John Reith Elementary School

  • Union House Elementary School

EGUSD 13 Traditional (T) Schools begin August 13, 2020

  • Arnold Adreani Elementary School

  • Helen Carr Castello Elementary School

  • Cosumnes River Elementary School

  • C.W. Dillard Elementary School

  • Elk Grove Elementary School

  • Elliott Ranch Elementary School

  • Ellen Feickert Elementary School

  • Franklin Elementary School

  • Florence Markofer Elementary School

  • James McKee Elementary School

  • Marion Mix Elementary School

  • Pleasant Grove Elementary School

  • Sierra Enterprise Elementary School

Full Distance Learning (FDL) Schedules

Secondary School Schedules

3X4 Schedule

4X4 Schedule

  • Middle schools: Harriet Eddy, Edward Harris, Jr., Toby Johnson, Elizabeth Pinkerton, and T.R. Smedberg

  • High schools: Cosumnes Oaks, Florin, Franklin, Laguna Creek, Monterey Trail, Sheldon, and Valley

  • Secondary 4X4 Schedule – FDL

What if my child is sick? How do I report an absence?

If your student is feeling sick, please call or email one of the following:

In your call or email please include the following information:

  • Name of student

  • The school your child attends

  • Student ID (if you know it)

  • Grade of student

Your student will not be marked absent as long as they complete the Google Form for attendance in their Google Classroom.

What is Google Classroom and how does Google Classroom work?

Google Classroom is an online platform where all teachers grades 1st - 12th will post their assignments. Teachers will also communicate with students through Google Classroom, and provide a daily Google Form to take attendance.

Where can I access my child's textbooks?

Most of your student's textbooks can be found on the EGUSD Classlink portal. You can find this by logging in as follows: Once there, your student will login either automatically - if the portal has been used before, or with their student login account. Once logged in, your student will see apps that are connected to the textbooks.

My child is an English Learner. What support is available?

TK-Kindergarten students will get a calendar of activities to support their English language acquisition, focusing on speaking and listening.

1st-12th grade teachers have English Language Development (ELD) lessons to provide students with through Google Classroom. EL Instructional coaches are supporting teachers with lessons. Bilingual Teaching Associates (BTAs) can support newcomer students virtually. Please note that the state has suspended the English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC).

My child is struggling with anxiety during this time. What resources can we access to help my child?

The school district has created this Family and Community Resources Website. Visit the social emotional resources and tools page to assist in helping calm anxiety during this time.


How can my child access EGUSD’s ClassLink Portal?

You can access the ClassLink Portal directly at: or through your child's school website, or the EGUSD website.

Downloadable Access the ClassLink Portal Document


The below FAQs are specific to EGUSD issued loaner Chromebooks

How do I pick up a Chromebook?

Each school site has Chromebooks and a unique process for checking out devices as needed. Schools are sending information to parents on the process for their specific school.

What if I don't have Internet connectivity at home?

If you do not have Internet connectivity at home, EGUSD is working with T-Mobile to acquire hot spots for families that need it. These hotspots will only work with EGUSD Chromebooks. Obtaining hot spots during this pandemic is extremely difficult in the quantity we need. More information will be coming soon.

Below is a list of suppliers offering discounted Internet services for qualifying families:

Other area providers:

If you are unable to have home internet access, the district may provide families hotspots. These hotspots only work with EGUSD Chromebooks. If you need a hotspot, complete this form.

Does my child have to use a Chromebook? What other devices will work?

Devices you currently have at home that connect to the Internet should be sufficient for student work. For example, your devices can be a Windows PC, Mac, Chromebook, Linux PC, or an iPad.

Where can I find a copy of the EGUSD Technology Loaner Agreement for Distance Learning?

How will students login to EGUSD Chromebooks?

Students will use their district issued accounts to log into the Chromebook. Students or family members will not be able to use a personal Google account to login.

What if a student forgets the password to their EGUSD Google account?

Students should contact their teacher for assistance if they forgot their password.

Will EGUSD Chromebooks still be filtered when used at home?

Yes. The district works diligently to ensure that each student has a safe learning environment while using the Internet. Regardless of its location, each Chromebook is configured to connect to the district’s web filtering system prior to accessing the Internet. Our web filtering is updated on a regular basis in order to ensure your student has maximum protection while online. While the software filter protects students in most cases, the best filter is adult supervision and students making good choices, being responsible digital citizens.

Are the cameras and microphones on EGUSD Chromebooks disabled?

No. Use of the camera and microphone are limited and will only work with district approved conferencing applications. Students may only use the camera and microphone with district approved conferencing applications.

Can students download apps onto EGUSD Chromebooks?

No. Students do not have access to Google Play to download apps. Access to the Chrome web store is limited and students will not be able to add extensions or add-ons to the web browser.

Since some EGUSD teachers will be using Zoom with students using EGUSD Chromebooks, what precautions has the District taken?

  • Teachers will be providing the links and meeting passwords to their Zoom meetings. Teachers have been instructed to invite students through Google Classroom.

  • Students will not be able to initiate their own meetings on EGUSD Chromebooks and should not accept any meetings from people they don’t know.

  • By default, the waiting room will be enabled. This will require teachers to admit the invitees to the meeting after the meeting starts. This practice will avoid unwanted guests at the meeting.

  • By default, all participants will be muted upon entry. Teachers will be able to unmute a participant during a meeting.

  • By default, all participants will not be able to share their screen without the teacher giving permission to the participant.

  • Teachers will monitor student activity in Zoom rooms to prevent cyberbullying, inappropriate language/content, etc.

How do I return my Chromebook?

If you are disenrolling or upon graduating, you must return your Chromebook to your school site. Please contact your school site to coordinate the return of your device.

Resources to Parents/Care Providers, and Students

These links are listed as a courtesy to our website visitors. While these sites are offered as a resource for our visitors, the Elk Grove Unified School District does not control the information contained in the linked websites and accepts no liability for any information.


Alta California Regional Center
2135 Butano Drive
Sacramento, CA 95825
(916) 978-6400
Jim Huyck, Executive Director

Office of Clients' Rights Advocacy
100 Howe Ave, Suite 240-N
Sacramento, CA 95828
(916) 575-1615 ext. 3144
(800) 390-7032
FAX (916) 575-1623
Maria Bryant, Client's Rights Advocate
Jacqueline Gallegos, Assistant
The OCRA is a statewide office run by Protection and Advocacy, Inc. through a contract with the California Department of Developmental Services. The Client's Rights Advocat can help people with developmental disabilities and their families get services, can directly represent those parties at administrative hearings, and investigate the denial of services involving regional centers or service providers.

Protection and Advocacy, Inc. is now Disability Rights Advocates
100 Howe Ave, Suite 185-N
Sacramento, CA 95828
(916) 488-9955 (Administrative Unit); (916)488-9950 (Legal Unit)
Can obtain for a reasonable price the following helpful publications:
"Special Education Rights and Responsibilities" and "Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services



California State University, Sacramento
Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services
College of Education
Eureka Hall, Room 421 C
Sacramento, CA
(916) 278-6252
For a fee, your child (age 5 - 18), can receive two 2.5 - 3 hour sessions for extensive testing. Their goal is to identify if learning disabilities exist; you will receive comprehensive testing results and a diagnosis in writing.

The MaryJane Rees Language, Speech and Hearing Center
CSUS Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6071
(916) 278-6601
Provides assessment for central auditory processing disorder, speech/language and hearing evaluations, and therapy through the use of Master's candidate students.

University of California, Davis Medical Center
M.I.N.D. Institute
2825 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 703-0280;(888) 883-0961

University of California, San Francisco, Department of Psychiatry
Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute
401 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94143-0984
(415) 476-7500


Autism Society of America
7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 650
Bethesda, MD 20814

California Department of Education - Special Education Division
1430 N Street, Suite 2401
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 323-9782

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) of Greater Sacramento
Meets 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM on the first Tuesday of every month, September - May, except December.
Sutter Center for Psychiatry
7700 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 552-1557

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Sacramento
Meets 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month
Sutter Center for Psychiatry
7700 Folsom Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 366-4601; (916) 684-1358; (916) 686-7063

Downs Syndrome Information Alliance (DSIA)
5098 Foothills Boulevard, Suite 3, #464
Roseville, CA 95747
Phone  916.658.1686  
24 hour Support Line  916.842.7175

Families for Early Autism Treatment (FEAT)
Meets the third Wednesday of each month
P. O. Box 255722
Sacramento, CA 95865-5722
Voicemail - (916) 843-1536

Greenhouse Therapy
Greenhouse Therapy is vendored by Alta and specializes in psychological services to foster developmental and emotional growth for children, adolescents, adults, parents, couple and families.  They have a passion for Special Needs children and adults. 
Director: Josh Glass, MFT (916) 716-1795

National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
P.O. Box 1492
Washington, DC 20013
(800) 695-0285

Sacramento Asperger Syndrome Information & Support (Sacramento AS IS)
Meets the second Tuesday each month from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM; meets in three separate groups (Parents and Caregivers; ASD Teens/ASD Adults, 16 or older; Partners & Spouses of AS individuals), at the same time in separate locations
UC Davis MIND Institute
2825 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
(888) 883-0961
Contact:Sue Owens, (530) 666-0246, or
Lynne Weissman, (916) 682-1740,

Sacramento Learning Disabilities Association (LDA)
Resources and supports related to learning disabilities.
P.O. Box 276645
Sacramento, CA 95827
(800) 203-7542

Sibling Support Group
Every 3rd Thursday of the month, siblings 19+ or older of brothers and sisters with a disability gather for meet up.  Meetings held at 4400 Imagination Pkwy from 6-8pm.  Contact for more information.

Tourette Syndrome Plus
Articles and resources pertaining to Tourette Syndrome, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Executive Dysfunction, Asperger's Disorder, depression, Bipolar Disorder, sleep disorders, and more, including education, behavior, and advocacy.

WarmLine Family Resource Center
A resource and support service for families of infants and young children with special needs.
Loans out resource materials including books and tapes, and conducts clinics in several areas of interest.
1010 Hurley Way, Suite 290
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 922-9276

Padlet resources:


Access Leisure
Provides individuals with disabilities (children, teens, and adults), opportunities to access competitive and recreational sports, special events, and social programs.

National Park Disabled Pass Application (PDF; 400KB)

Attached is the application for a Disabled Pass to the National Parks.

California State Park Disabled Pass Application (PDF; 491KB)

Application for a Disabled Pass to the California State Parks.