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School Age - Ages 5-22

School age services refer to the interventions, such as speech or behavioral therapy, available from ages 3 to 21. Your school district provides these services through their special education department. School-age services focus on facilitating academic education and, by age 16, a plan to transition into adulthood.

The school's special education department is tasked with preparing an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for your child. The IEP describes your childs strengths and weaknesses and sets goals and objectives. It also describes how the school will provide the appropriate services.

By law, these services must be provided to you at no cost. It is beneficial for the family to remain involved, even after the IEP is established, by staying in contact with the educational team, monitoring progress, re-evaluating goals and providing consistency between home and school.

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Alabama Association for Persons in Supported Employment: APSE
8228 Royal Oak Ct.
Montgomery, AL 36117
www.al-apse.org
The Network on Employment was formed to improve and expand integrated employment opportunities, services, and outcomes for persons experiencing disabilities.
bwhite@rehab.state.al.us
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Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Councl
Alabama Dept. of Mental Health
100 North Union Street, Suite 504
Montgomery, AL 36130
334 353 7197
Fax: 334 353 7062
www.autism.alabama.gov
The Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Council was created to meet the urgent and substantial need to develop and implement a statewide comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency system of care for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families. The lead agency is the Alabama Department of Mental Health.
Contact: Caroline R. Gomez, Ph. D.
caroline.gomez@mh.alabama.gov
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Alabama Parent Education Network
10520 US Highway 231
Wetumpka, AL 36092
334 567 2252
866 532 7660 (in Alabama)
Fax: 334 567 9938
www.alabamaparentcenter.com
The Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) is a small non-profit organized by parents in central Alabama. We were formed to provide parents with training and information to help them become meaningful participants in their children's education. We operate projects such as the Alabama Parent Training & Information Network for Children with Disabilities (AL PTI NCD) and the Alabama Statewide Parent Information and Resource Center (ALPIRC). A full list of current projects is in the right sidebar.
Contact: Teresa Goodson
tgoodson@alabamaparentcenter.com
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Alabama Waldorf School
1220 50th Street S
Birmingham, AL 35222
205 592 0541
Fax: 205 592 0596
www.alabamawaldorf.org
Alabama Waldorf School is a community dedicated to educating responsible world citizens. Located in the Crestwood neighborhood of Birmingham, AWS is the only Waldorf School in Alabama. AWS strives to provide well-rounded education to families of all income levels and backgrounds.
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Applied Behavioral Concepts
PO Box 6773
Huntsville, AL 35813
256 783 5151
Fax: 256 837 1838
www.appliedbehavioralconcepts.net
Applied Behavioral Concepts, provides therapeutic behavioral and educational intervention services for children with Autism, Aspergers, Pervasive Developmental Delays, Oppositional Defiance Disorders, Down Syndrome, Fragile X and other developmental delays and behavioral disorders.
Contact: Carol Vancil
info@appliedbehavioralconcepts.net
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Auburn University Autism Center
1228 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
334 844 2487
education.auburn.edu/centersandinst
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Autism Asperger Syndrome Consulting Group
3985 Parkwood Road
Suite 109-144
Bessemer, AL 35022
205 572 1143
Fax: 866 477 9816
www.aascg.com
AASCG provides intervention based services for children, adolescents, and adults with characteristics of Asperger Syndrome and PDD-NOS. Services include school consultations, after-school social skills groups, and behavior modifications. AASCG offers services in Birmingham and Huntsville Alabama areas. We are not a diagnostic clinic.
Contact: Kerry Mataya
info@aascg.com
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Autism Speaks Transition Tool Kit
State Information
AL
www.autismspeaks.org/docs/family_se
rvices_docs/transition/Alabama.pdf

Since the transition process is different in each state, Autism Speaks has developed transition timelines for each state, along with more information about the process and state agency contact information that may be helpful to you during the transition to adulthood.
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Bluebird Pediatric Therapy Services, Inc.
6312 Piccadilly Square Drive
Suite 3
Mobile, AL 33609
251 287 0378
Fax: 251 287 0466
www.bluebirdtherapy.com
A child’s occupation is to simply be a kid. This involves playing, being productive in school, and learning social and self care skills. Pediatric Occupational Therapy equips children to live full, confident lives.
Contact: Danielle Peters
bluebirdtherapy@gmail.com
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Dance Your Dreams!
Merrimack Hall Performing Arts Center
3320 Triana Blvd.
Huntsville, AL, AL 35805
256 534 6455
http://www.merrimackhall.com/dancey
ourdreams.html

Dance Your Dreams! is a dance class specially designed by Merrimack Hall's dance faculty, in consult with physical therapists, for children with emotional or developmental delays. Classes are offered weekly following the city school's calendar and include numerous performance opportunities for participants. Each student is paired with a trained volunteer who helps the children execute the movements which their challenges prevent them from being able to execute without assistance. This unique program was designed to provide performing arts education to children who would otherwise not be able to participate due to their personal physical challenges.
Contact: Hayley Smith
hsmith@merrimackhall.com
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Easter Seals of Alabama
5960 East Shirley Lane
Montgomery, AL 36117
334 395 4489
800 388 7325
Fax: 334 395 4492
alabama.easterseals.com
Easter Seals provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.
info@al.easterseals.com
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Easter Seals of Central Alabama
2125 East South Boulevard
Montgomery, AL 36067
251 471 1581
Fax: 251 476 4303
www.eastersealsca.org
info@eastersealsc.org
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Full Life Ahead Foundation
2908 Clairmont Ave. S
Birmingham, AL 35205
205 439 6534
866 700 2026
www.fulllifeahead.org
The Full Life Ahead Foundation exists to infect individuals with disAbilities and their families and communities with Hope. The hope to live the life of their choice.
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Glenwood Autism & Behavioral Health Center
150 Glenwood Lane
Birmingham, AL 35242
205 969 2880
Fax: 205 795 3383
www.glenwood.org
Glenwood is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1974 for the purpose of educating and treating individuals diagnosed with autism, emotional disturbances, and mental illnesses. Glenwood is devoted to helping individuals reach their full potential and be productive members of society. Glenwoods campus is located on 363-acres in Birmingham, Alabama.
Contact: Casey Coleman
ccoleman@glenwood.org
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Glenwood: The Autism and Behavioral Health Center
150 Glenwood Ln.
Birmingham, AL 35242
205 969 2880
www.glenwood.org
For more than 30 years, Glenwood has been devoted to helping individuals reach their full potential and be productive members of society.
information@glenwood.org
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Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast
2448 Gordon Smith Drive
Mobile, AL 36617
251 471 1581
Fax: 251 476 4303
www.gesgc.org
info@gesgc.org
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Horizons School
2018 15th. Ave. South
Birmingham, AL 35205
205 322 6606
800 822 6242
Fax: 205 322 6605
www.horizonsschool.org
THE HORIZONS SCHOOL offers a non-degree transition program specifically designed to facilitate personal, social and career independence for students with specific learning disabilities and other handicapping conditions.
Contact: Jade Carter, Director
jkcarter@horizonsschool.org
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Independent Living Center of Alabaster
120 Plaza Circle
Suite C
Alabaster, AL 35007
205 685 0570
www.ilrgb.org
alabasterilc@bellsouth.net
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Independent Living Center of Birmingham
206 13th Street, South
Birmingham, AL 35233
205 387 0159
Fax: 205 387 1594
www.ilrgb.org
bilc@bellsouth.net
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Independent Living Center of Jasper
300 Birmingham Avenue
Jasper, AL 35503
205 387 0159
Fax: 205 387 1594
ilcwalker@bellsouth.net
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Independent Living Center of Mobile
5304 - B Overlook Road
Mobile, AL 36618
251 460 0301
Fax: 251 341 1267
www.ilcmobile.org
ilc@ilcmobile.org
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Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
2864 Dauphin Street
Suite D
Mobile, AL 36606
251 473 6808
Fax: 251 473 6807
www.LindamoodBell.com
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes is an organization dedicated to helping children and adults learn to their potential. Lindamood-Bells research-based instruction teaches reading, language comprehension, and math, and is especially successful with children previously diagnosed with dyslexia, hyperlexia, and autism spectrum disorders.
Contact: Beth Nations
bnations@lblp.com
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Mitchell's Place
4778 Overton Road
Irondale, AL 35210
205 957 0294
Mitchell's Place is a comprehensive treatment center for children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Mitchell's Place offers a full range of therapies and educational opportunities specifically designed for individuals with ASD.
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NICHCY
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
State Resources
AL
www.nichcy.org
scroll down on the main page of the website and click on your state
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Plus Plus Tutoring
AL
www.plusplustutoring.com
Plus Plus Tutoring offers private one-on-one K-12 academic in-home tutoring services, test preparation services, homework help services, study skills training services, and college planning services.
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Premier Collaborations Child Development Center
100 Jetplex Blvd
Huntsville, AL 35824
256 464 8405
Fax: 256 464 8408
www.madisonpremier.com
Our staff implements techniques proven to be effective strategies for children with developmental delays. Premier Collaboration Child Development Center offers a unique blending of discrete trials, inclusion and incidental teaching strategies based on findings from testing upon program intake and assessments.
Contact: Carol Vancil
info@appliedbehavioralconcepts.net
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Rainbow Omega
PO Box 740
Eastaboga, AL 36260
256 831 0919
www.rainbowomega.org
The mission of Rainbow Omega is to glorify God by ensuring that adults with developmental disabilities have a permanent and safe home, where their abilities and potentials are respected and nurtured in a Christian environment.
office@rainbowomega.org
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Riley Behavioral and Educational Center
1900 Golf Road
Huntsville, AL 35802
256 882 2457
Fax: 256 882 2459
therileycenter.org
The Riley Center provides comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services throughout Northern Alabama and Southern Tennessee. Behavioral and Educational consultants provide training for parents, caregivers and professionals (teachers, therapists).
Contact: Melody P. Crane, Executive Director
rileycenteroffice@gmail.com
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Spectrum Center for Autism and Related Disorders
217 Graceland Drive
Suite 1
Dothan, AL 36305
334 671 1650
Fax: 334 671 1659
spectrumdothan.org
Spectrum seeks to provide comprehensive, holistic, compassionate, and affordable therapeutic interventions to children with ASD and their families. In doing so it is our mission to enhance the ability of each individual with ASD to achieve their maximum potential in life.
info@spectrumdothan.org
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Start on Success Alabama
UCP of Greater Birmingham
2430 N. 11th Ave.
Birmingham, AL 35235
205 251 0165
www.startonsuccess.org/alabama.htm
Since its 1995 inception, SOS Alabama has provided more than 300 paid internships to tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade high school students with disabilities.
bcarson@uapbham.com
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Transition from Preschool to School Age Services
Alabama Dept. of Education
50 North Ripley Street
P.O. Box 302101
Montgomery, AL 36104
334 242 9700
Call or email to find out any changes that occur when your child becomes school age.
Contact: Cathy Jones, Education Specialist
cjones@alsde.edu
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Transition from School Age Services to Adult Services
Alabama State Department of Education
P.O. Box 302101
Montgomery, AL 36130
334 242 8114
www.adap.net/specialed/transition.p
df

Contact: DaLee Chambers, Director of Transition Initiative
daleec@alsde.edu
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Triumph Services
Live, Work, and Play
2216 Tenth Court South
Birmingham, AL 35205
205 581 1000
Fax: 205 851 1007
www.triumphservices.org
Assists those with developmental disabilities who wish to live an independent life.
triumphservicesinc@gmail.com
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University of Alabama ACTS Program
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
205 348 0594
uanews.ua.edu/anews2007/dec07/spect
121007.htm

A transition to college program for students with Asperger Syndrome
Contact: Dr. Laura Klinger
lklinger@bama.ua.edu
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Valley Haven School
Arc of the Chattahoochee Valley
P.O. Box 416
6345 Fairfax Bypass
Valley , AL 36854
334 756 2868
Fax: 334 756 7801
valleyhaven@charterinternet.com
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Vivian B. Adams School
2047 Stuart Tarter Road
Ozark, AL 36360
334 774 5132
Fax: 334 774 3436
vivianbadams.net
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Woody's Song
5459 Able Court
Mobile, AL 36693
251 338 5944
www.learning-tree.org/woodys-song
Woody's Song is a day program for elementary age children on the autism spectrum. Woody's Song is tuition-based and operates year-round. By increasing skills in the areas of language, socialization and cognitive skills while decreasing behaviors that interfere with learning, Woody's Song helps children with autism learn to take pride in themselves and their work.
Contact: Julia Starr, Program Director
jstarr@learning-tree.org
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Workshops, Inc.
4244 3rd Ave. S
Birmingham, AL 35222
205 592 9683
www.workshopsinc.com
The purpose of Workshops, Inc. is to provide vocational training, sheltered employment, and other support services to people with disabilities in Central Alabama, enabling them to achieve their potential for self sufficiency.
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