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Accessibility & Recreation
Seeking your suggestions!
- Morgan's Inspiration Island
The world’s first accessible waterpark, has been designed especially for people with mobility issues. What’s more, every visitor with a disability gets free entry. Located in San Antonio.
- Advocacy, Inc.
Mary Faithfull, Executive Director
7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 171-E
Austin, TX 78757
Department of Education
- Division of Special Education
Texas Education Agency
Gene Lenz, Senior Director
1701 N. Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701-1494
Early Intervention Services (Infant and toddler)
Early Intervention Services (Ages 3 to 5)
PTI (Parent Training and Information Centers)
(Serving: Rio Grande Valley of Southern Texas)
- The Arc of Texas in the Rio Grande Valley
Parents Supporting Parents Network
601 N Texas Blvd
Weslaco, TX 78596
(Serving: Houston independent school districts: South, South central & Central)
(Serving: Serving Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Wichita Falls, Southeast and East Texas)
- Partners Resource Network-PATH Project
1090 Longfellow Drive
Beaumont, TX 77630
409-898-4684 Voice & TDD
(Serving: Amarillo, Lubbock, Abilene, San Angelo, and El Paso)
(Serving: San Antonio, Houston, Lower Rio Grande Valley)
- Partners Resource Network
3311 Richmond, Suite 334
Houston, TX 77098
Health & Well-Being
- Texas Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
CHIP provides health insurance to eligible children under age 19 based on family size and income. Sign-up and annual enrollment fees are based on family size and monthly income. Co-pays will vary based on services used and family income.
- STAR Kids
STAR Kids is a new Texas Medicaid managed care program that will provide Medicaid benefits, beginning November 1, 2016, to children and adults 20 and younger who have disabilities
- Texas Health Insurance Premium Payment Program (HIPP)
HIPP is the Texas Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) program. HIPP helps families pay for Employer-Sponsored Insurance. It is a program for families with at least one person who gets Medicaid.
What Texas-specific resources would you like to add or update? Comment below!