Resources on Special Education in Texas
    The following link will provide information regarding the Individuals
    with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Dyslexia, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, and Section 504 of
    the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
    Texas Education Agency
    1701 North Congress Avenue
    Austin, Texas 78701-1494
    (512) 463-9734
    Region 20 ESC
    1314 Hines Avenue
    San Antonio, Texas 78208-1899
    (210) 370-5600
    Fax (210) 370-5750
    Interagency Council on Early Childhood Intervention
    P.O. Box 149030
    Austin, Texas 787119030
    (512) 424-6745
    Fax (512) 424-6785

    Any Baby Can
    Any Baby Can believe that the child can be saved without losing the family. Any Baby Can of San Antonio is a non-profit agency and all services are free of charge – regardless of income – to families who have childbirth through 12 years with a chronic illness, disability, or developmental delay that live in Bexar County or one of the 18 surrounding counties.

    The ARC
    Enriching the lives of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    My Child's Special Needs ED.GOV
    Resources from ED's Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), including ... state chapters of disability organizations, parent groups, and parent training.

    LD Explained
    What is and isn’t a learning disability (LD)? LD is more than a difference or difficulty with learning — it is a neurological disorder that affects the brain's ability to receive, process, store, and respond to information.

    Office of Special Needs Education Directory for Children with Special Needs
    The Education Directory for Children with Special Needs provides military families with children with special needs the information they need to make informed assignment decisions and easier transitions.

    The directory consists of two components: The Early Intervention Directory focusing on early intervention services for children birth through 3 years old The School-Age Directory focusing on education services for children with special needs, 3 through 21 years old Both provide tools and resources to help with the transition to a new location. The Early Intervention Directory summarizes national and state-level early intervention trends and includes descriptions of local early intervention service providers. The School-Age Directory summarizes national and state-level trends for special education and includes descriptions of individual school districts.