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Resources and information abound on the internet. Below is a list of organizations along with a brief description and a link to each. We hope you find some of these links helpful.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

NorCal Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

NorCal Empowers Deaf and Hard-of-hearing individuals to live independently and productively within the greater society.

California Department of Education

The DOE provides technical assistance to and monitoring of local educational agency (LEA) operated programs serving deaf and hard of hearing pupils.

Hands and Voices

Hands & Voices is dedicated to supporting families with children who are DHH without a bias around communication modes or methodology.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Responsibilities for Postsecondary Institutions Serving Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students.

Online College Guide for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

Articles on common challenges facing deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Transitioning to higher education and online accommodations. Popular listening assistance Devices and applications for students. Best colleges for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

Baby girl wearing a hearing aid. Disabled child, disability and deafness concept.

Birth Through 5

Zero to Three

ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.

Center on the Social & Emotional Foundations for Early Learning

The Center on the Social & Emotional Foundations for Early Learning promotes the social-emotional development and school readiness of young children from birth to age 5.

Center for Parent Information & Resources

If you’re concerned about the development of an infant or toddler, or you suspect that a little one has a disability, click/tap here for help.

First 5 California

First 5 California provides brain development information, activity suggestions, and support resources to help parents of children 5 and under.

CDC's Developmental Milestones

Skills such as taking the first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye-bye” are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, act, and move (crawling, walking, etc.).

CDC Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers

There are many things you can do to help build a safe, stable, and nurturing relationship with your child. This website will help you handle some common parenting challenges, so you can be a more confident parent and enjoy helping your child grow.

Learn the Signs. Act Early.

From birth to 5 years, your child should reach milestones in how he plays, learns, speaks, acts and moves. Track your child’s development and act early if you have a concern.

School Age 6 - 12

Kids playing on a playground ride in park

High School Age 13 - 26