Area Outreach & Recreation Program
Alternative Learning and Nutritional Choices to Education
of Santa Cruz Department of Child Support Services
Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL)
Bay Horsemanship & Therapeutic Center
Cruz County Special Education
Santa Cruz County Special Education P.T.A.
Parents Information Network (SPIN)
is devoted to improving the lives of young learners with the use of early intensive intervention based on the principles of behavior analysis. ABRITE views each child as an individual and develops an educational curriculum that addresses the learner's unique strengths while remedying deficits. This goal is achieved solely with the use of empirically supported methodologies as we believe further development and dissemination of validated practices will be the way by which families and science can unite to improve the lives of children with autism and developmental delays.
Northern California has a great site for accessible
tourism and recreation in Northern California. They also have an Access Guide
to San Francisco which is available for download here.
Fitness is a fully accessible
gym in Santa Clara.
Accessible Communities is a nonprofit organization that
provides information and education about accessibility to
people with disabilities and to professionals in the fields
of design, construction, code development and enforcement.
is an online community for disabled sportsmen and those who care about them. This website not only discusses the sports end of the picture, but who they are and what it is like to live each day.