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Listing: Educating Children with a Disability


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Online Resource

Reviewed Date

Feb 12, 2024


Tuesdays Child
Tuesdays Child is a community organization that assists parents with helping their children reach their highest potential through positive parent training, inclusive behavioral classrooms and support services.
(773) 423-5055

Esperanza Community Services provides individualized educational, therapeutic and community support resources for persons with developmental disabilities from birth through adulthood. Programs are offered in both English and Spanish.  520 N. Marshfield Ave., Chicago, IL 60622 (312) 243-6097

The Chicago Public Schools Special Education web site provides comprehensive information on special education services  773-553-1840

Kids Chance Educational Scholarships is a financial scholarship for any child who may have had a mother or father who was injured on the job. School scholarships can be awarded to children of these injured parents, as a parent may not be able to return to work. See how your state handles scholarships, find your Kids’ Chance organization. (
Phone Number: 484-945-9903

U.S. Department of Education: Protecting Students with Disabilities
Frequently Asked Questions About Section 504 and the Education of Children with Disabilities 

Illinois State Board of Education: 
504 Plan:
The mission of is to help those who learn and think differently discover their potentials, take control, find community, and stay on positive paths along each stage of life’s journey.
Phone Number: 646-757-3100

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