Family to Family
Family to Family Network has a vision for ALL children where education and families working together are making dreams become realities. We know that our children must have a good educational foundation and experiences within their home communities to prepare them for independent living and accomplishment of their goals.
Family to Family Network has developed a number of programs that provide families with information and referral services, education and support through networking.
The Attention Deficit Disorders Association
Attention Deficit Disorders Association-Southern Region (ADDA-SR) - Southern Region (ADDA-SR) is a non-profit organization that offers support and education for those impacted by attention deficit disorders and related conditions, health professionals, and educators. To keep the public informed on the disorder, ADDA-SR provides a resource network, parent and adult support groups, education programs, member newsletter, advocacy, workshops and an annual conference.
For more information or questions, please contact Laura Peddicord at 281-392-6064 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Informational Website Location:
www.adda-sr.org ï¿½ Attention Deficit Disorders Association ï¿½ Southern Region (ADDA-SR)
The Texas Partners Resource Network is a nonprofit agency that operates a statewide network of three federally funded Parent Training and Information Centers that cover the entire state of Texas. In the local Houston area, Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM) is our statewide network organization. The common purpose of the program is the following: (1) empowering parents of infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities in their roles as parents, decision-makers, and advocates for their children, and (2) promoting parent/professional partnerships.
Williams Syndrome is a genetic condition that is present at birth and can affect anyone. It is characterized by medical problems, including cardiovascular disease, developmental delays, and learning disabilities. This syndrome affects 1 in 10,000 people worldwide and it is known to occur equally in both males and females in every culture. If you would like additional information on Williams Syndrome please visit the Williams Syndrome Association at the following address: www.williams-syndrome.org or contact Ms. Tes Lopez Rich at email@example.com