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ASDnext
Link: ASDnext
Provides resources and information for Pennsylvania teens and adults with autism, as well as family members, caregivers, professionals, and community members.
ASERT
Phone: 1-877-231-4244
Link: ASERT
Provides Autism services, Autism education, Autism resources, Autism training, Autism family support, Autism community support and Autism provider support.
Assistive Technology Lending Library
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
55 Utley Drive
Camp Hill, PA 17011
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Phone: 800-998-4827
Fax: 717-737-9017

Link: http://www.ucpcentralpa.org/Adults-with-Intellectual-Disabilities/Assistive
Assistive Technology Resources throughout Central PA : The Lending Library enables Pennsylvania residents of any age and with any type of disability to determine which assistive technology (AT) device or equipment best suits their needs prior to making a purchasing decision.
Charting the LifeCourse
Link: Charting the LifeCourse
A universally-designed framework created by families to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life.
Commonly Used Acronyms in IDD
Link: Commonly Used Acronyms in IDD
There are many commonly used acronyms in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities system. This resource can help decipher the "alphabet soup."
Employment Fact Sheet
Link: Employment Fact Sheet (PDF)
Everyone can work! Learn about Employment Services and Supports.
Everyday Lives - Values in Action Booklet
Link: Everyday Lives - Values in Action Booklet (PDF)
People with disabilities have a right to an everyday life: a life that is no different than that of all other citizens. Read about the history of this document and updated statistics, focus areas, and information.
Going Home Documentary
Link: 1 hour documentary by WITF: Aired 10/11/18
Imagine living somewhere you didn't choose. Being told you can't love or leave. For decades, that was reality for people with intellectual disabilities living in state institutions. Today, most people with intellectual disabilities are living in the community. But, does living in the community mean you're truly a part of it?
How to apply for Medical Assistance (Medicaid)
Phone: 1-866-550-4355
Link: How to apply for Medical Assistance (Medicaid)
 
i go home Documentary
Link: 1 hour documentary by WITF; Aired 4/20/16
For years, children with intellectual disability were not allowed in public schools. Parents were told to send their children with intellectual disability away to institutions. It was not until the late 1960s that a television expose shed light on what was happening inside the walls of institutions. It was that knowledge that fueled parents and the public to ignite change.
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