2018 Exhibitors

Each year, EdRev Expo features over 100 exhibitors including assistive technology providers, schools, camps, community organizations, testing, therapy and tutoring services and much more. Check out 2018’s range of exhibitors below and stay tuned for news on EdRev Expo 2019!

Exhibitor Booth Number Description
AANHPI Disability Awareness Project 311 The Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Disability Awareness Project was formed to give voice to those in the disabled community, share stories, and be a place where others are comfortable and free to be who they are.
Academy of Thought and Industry 201 thoughtandindustry.com
Academy of Thought and Industry is a highaccountability, high-autonomy learning community focused on personal, academic, and professional excellence. At ATI, a unique, inspired student experience results from an individualized program that supports development of each student’s sustained motivation to excel at something that matters to them. Now enrolling grades 8-12.
AchieveKids 312 www.achievekids.org
For over 57 years, AchieveKids has provided dynamic and innovative education services for students in special education. AchieveKids operates two non-public special education day schools serving over 160 students annually in Palo Alto and San Jose.
Ada’s Cafe 313 www.adascafe.org
Ada’s Cafe and Catering is dedicated to conducting research and employment for people with disabilities. We are committed to improving workplaces for people with disabilities and hiring, training and empowering people with disabilities in our community.
The Learning Center at Almaden Country Day School 202 www.almadencountrydayschool.org/
Almaden Country Day School offers the first and only Orton-Gillingham-based first- through eighth-grade integrated learning program in the South Bay Area for children with language based learning differences.
Aloha Feet 314  www.alohafeet.com
Aloha Feet is a sensory fidget insole for your feet. It features nubs that stimulate your feet whenever you need, wherever you are. Aloha Feet is flexible, discreet and effective. Fidgets can help you focus and Aloha Feet allows for hands-free fidgeting.
Arbor Bay School 203  www.arborbayschool.org
Arbor Bay is a K-8 school that fosters academic and social success for children with mild to moderate learning differences, through multisensory and individualized instruction.
Athena Academy 204  https://athenaacademy.org
Athena Academy’s project based curriculum caters to each of our bright, creative and capable dyslexic students. Our individualized education program teaches to each student’s strengths and gifts along with helping them to overcome their obstacles.
Bayhill High School 205  www.bayhillhs.org
The mission of Bayhill High School is to educate students with learning differences, focusing on their individual learning needs, with the goal of maximizing their inherent abilities and their potential to succeed.
Bodin 315  www.thebodingroup.com
Therapeutic consulting, college planning for special needs, mentoring and testing.
Books Inc.  310  booksinc.net
Open 12 – 3:30 pm. Books, Inc. is a local independent bookstore with a strong parenting and children’s section. Books can be purchased and held for pick up until the close of the exhibit hall.
Bookshare/Benetech 109  bookshare.org
Bookshare, a Benetech initiative, is a FREE ebook library for students with dyslexia, low vision, blindness, and other qualifying disabilities. With over 600,000 titles in audio, large font, and braille, students can read in ways that work for them.
Bound4College 316  www.bound4college.com
Bound4College specializes in helping high school students with learning differences plan for their post- secondary future; college, transitional programs, vocational programs, Gap year programs, etc. We understand the obstacles students with learning differences face.
Brain Balance Centers of San Francisco 317 www.brainbalancecenters.com/locations/
Brain Balance helps children who struggle behaviorally, socially, and academically through a holistic and integrated approach customized to meet the needs of each child. Our groundbreaking program provides lasting results because we don’t simply work with a child’s strengths or compensate for a weakness, we tackle the root cause of the issue.
Brehm Preparatory School 206  www.brehm.org
Since 1982, Brehm Preparatory School has been empowering students with learning differences to recognize and achieve their full potential. For more information, visit www.brehm.org today!
California Relay 318  www.Hamiltonrelay.com
California Relay service is available 24/7 at no cost and allows individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking to make and receive phone calls. A variety of products and services are available to meet each individual.
Camp Kodiak 319  www.campkodiak.com
An integrated, non-competitive camp for children & teens with & without LD, ADHD, and high-functioning ASD (formerly diagnosed as Asperger Syndrome). Highlights include: SOCIAL SKILLS program, ACADEMIC program, 50+ activities, 2:1 ratio, mature staff.
CanDue 110  www.candue.io
CanDueTM plans, prioritizes, and provides reminders of homework assignment for students. Ideal for students with executive function challenges, learning differences and/or need help with homework planning. Developed with input from experienced educators, technology professionals, parents and students. Allow students to focus on academic content and reduce frustration.
Center for Accessible Technology 104  www.cforat.org
Access to technology is a critical component for success in schools. Children who can access information via technology are at an advantage, and can better succeed in school. For kids with disabilities, the need for technology is even greater. Computers with appropriate technology can level the playing field, allowing kids with disabilities to compete fairly with their nondisabled peers.
CHADD of Northern California 320  www.chaddnorcal.org
CHADD of No. California provides education and support for families, parents and adults affected by Attention Deficit Disorder (AD/ HD). We are part of CHADD and the National Resource Center on ADHD.
Charles Armstrong School 207  www.charlesarmstrong.org
Charles Armstrong School serves high potential students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, empowering them to thrive as learners in school and life. Our faculty, staff, board and community are dedicated to our mission and the values of Charles Armstrong School.
Chartwell School 208  www.chartwell.org
Chartwell School, located in Seaside, California, was founded in 1983 to meet the needs of students with a wide range of languagerelated learning differences, including dyslexia. Chartwell provides its students with the academic skills, confidence, creativity and perseverance necessary to meet the challenges of mainstream education and lifelong learning.
CHC 300  chconline.org
CHC is a nonprofit agency that has been providing education and mental health services to children, teens and young adults in the Bay Area for 65 years. We offer programs for ADHD, Learning Differences, Anxiety & Depression and Autism through two schools, robust clinical services and free community education.
CHC – Sand Hill School 301  sandhillschool.org
Sand Hill School creates a balance between rigorous skill development and engaging self-discovery to foster comprehensive growth for students with dyslexia and other learning differences. Small classes, ongoing access to CHC specialists and personalized instruction builds students’ confidence to help them acquire the skills and resilience they need to thrive.
CHC – Esther B. Clark School 302  chconline.org/ebc
EBC Schools provide transformative education in a caring, therapeutic day school setting where children with emotional and behavioral issues re-engage in learning and develop the positive behaviors necessary to transition back to a less restrictive school setting. Accepting students now in grades 2-10 with campuses in Palo Alto and San Jose.
Clinical Services at CHC 303  chconline.org/clinicalservices
With clinics in Palo Alto, Ravenswood and South Bay, CHC offers evaluations, therapy, consultations, and an Intensive Outpatient Program in both English and Spanish. Expert multidisciplinary evaluation, personalized, strengths and evidence-based treatment and innovative programs help enhance life experience and improve school performance.
Community Connections at CHC 304  chconline.org
Community Connections is the education and outreach division of CHC that includes free classes, workshops, conferences and support groups for parents, educators, clinicians and teens. Topics include learning differences, ADHD, anxiety, depression, Executive Functioning, LGBTQ+, autism, SEL and more.
The Teen Wellness Committee at CHC 305  speakmindfully.org
CHC’s Teen Wellness Committee is a safe place for teens to voice ideas, develop solutions, and take collective action to address teen mental health. This group, composed of students from 10 different schools offers a powerful forum for teen advocacy, empowers teens to create positive change, and allows CHC to incorporate teen perspectives into other CHC programs and services.
Careers at CHC 306  chconline.org/careers
We’re hiring! CHC is seeking talented professionals who want to help children, teens and young adults reach their full promise and potential. At CHC, clinicians, teachers, specialists, and support team members are bolstered by devoted leaders and mentors, an engaged community and a focus on interdisciplinary teamwork. Join us!
College Internship Program 209  www.cipworldwide.org
The College Internship Program is a comprehensive transition program for young adults on the Autism Spectrum and with Learning Differences. Our Mission is to inspire independence and expand the foundation on which young adults with Asperger’s, ADHD and other Learning Differences can build happy and productive lives.
College Living Experience 210  experiencecle.com
College Living Experience (CLE) provides individualized services to young adults with ASD, ADHD, learning differences, and varying disabilities in the areas of academics, independent living, social skills, and career development at six locations nationwide.
Common Sense Media 111  commonsensemedia.org
Common Sense is a trusted guide for the families, educators, and advocates who help kids thrive. We provide resources to harness the power of media, technology, and public policy to improve the well-being of every child.
Compass High School 211  www.compasshigh.org
Compass High School is an innovative 8th – 12th grade program in San Mateo that provides a multifaceted education for bright students with mild to moderate learning differences. Our students have a variety of learning profiles that may include dyslexia, dysgraphia, anxiety, ADHD and executive functioning challenges.
CoreAtlas by Mind My Education! 112  www.CoreAtlas.io
Help Students communicate learning & critical thinking to their Teachers & Families. CoreAtlas works across ANY topic, project, or personal learning Quests! Engaging, blended print + online educational software gives children 8+ practice with ***metacognition*** ~ a key executive function & lifelong learning skill.
Decoding Dyslexia CA 321 www.decodingdyslexiaca.org
Decoding Dyslexia CA is a grassroots movement driven by California families, educators and professionals concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia within public schools. We raise dyslexia awareness, empower families and educators to support their students and inform policymakers on best practices to support students with dyslexia.
Eagle Hill School 212  www.eaglehill.school
Eagle Hill School is a co-educational college preparatory boarding school that provides an individualized education for students identified with language based learning (dis)abilities including Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and ADHD (inattentive type). Eagle Hill is an IB World School that offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in addition to our traditional high school diploma.
Esther B. Clark School 302  chconline.org/ebc
EBC Schools provide transformative education in a caring, therapeutic day school setting where children with emotional and behavioral issues re-engage in learning and develop the positive behaviors necessary to transition back to a less-restrictive school setting. Accepting students now in grades 2-10 with campuses in Palo Alto and San Jose.
Eureka! Inclusive TK-8 213  www.eurekacharter.org
At Eureka! Inclusive we recognize that all of our students are unique in their own way, and that while children learn differently they need similarly. Our program is universally designed to enhance learning, challenge students that are gifted, support students that need extra, and develop well-rounded students across all academic disciplines and developmental domains.
EvoLibri Consulting 324  evolibri.com
EvoLibri is a multidisciplinary agency focusing on transition-aged issues for neurodiverse clients (ASD, ADHD, LD, mood challenges) ages 14 through adulthood. Featuring therapy, occupational therapy, career/college, job and workplace coaching, we are a CDE Non-Public Agency and Department of Rehabilitation vendor serving the entire Bay Area.
Eye to Eye, Inc. 325  eyetoeyenational.org
Eye to Eye focuses on serving the 1 in 5 students with learning and attention issues, like dyslexia and ADHD, through our one-to-one mentoring program. At Eye to Eye, we emphasize the importance of developing social-emotional skills in the journey to self-empowerment and success through our proven art-based curriculum.
FamilyWorkshop: A Therapy Center for Families 326 www.familyworkshop.co
We offer child, adult, family, and couples therapy, reproductive counseling, educational therapy, speech-language and pediatric feeding therapy, neuropsychological assessment, parenting coaching, and LD-focused college placement all under one roof in SF!
Forman School 214  www.formanschool.org
Forman School is a coed college prep school for grades 9-12 and PG dedicated to empowering bright students who learn differently.
Fusion Academy 215  fusionacademy.com
Fusion is an accredited private middle and high school where positive relationships and one-to-one classrooms unlock the academic potential in every student and create opportunities for emotional and social growth. At Fusion, education is self-paced and course material is presented in ways that suit students’ interests, strengths, and challenges. Fusion Academy offers a full-time academy, classes for credit, tutoring, and summer classes.
GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum 216  giftedhomeschoolers.org
GHF is a non-profit organization that works to support, educate and advocate for families of gifted and 2e children around the world. We support individualized learning and are working to change the way the world views neurodiversity and education.
Guidepost Montessori 217  guidepostmontessori.com/palo-alto
A national network of schools serving over 600 families, Guidepost Montessori opens its Palo Alto location this summer. At Guidepost Montessori, children learn joyfully, working with carefully-sequenced, hands on materials. We offer personalized learning, executive functioning development, and collaborative, mixed-age classes. Now enrolling 4 – 12 year olds (TK – 6th grade).
The Helix School 218  www.thehelixschool.org
The Helix School prepares children on the autism spectrum for a fulfilling future through dynamic, relationship and developmentally based, interdisciplinary education. Located in Mill Valley, Helix serves students throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Holden High School 219  www.holdenhigh.org
Holden is a private, non-profit, WASC-accredited high school that has been addressing the needs of teenagers since 1969. Our student body comprises a max of 38 students in grades nine through twelve with a student-teacher ratio of 5:1 or smaller.
HomeSchool Association of California 220  www.hsc.org
HSC is a nonprofit volunteer-run organization that provides networking and support for homeschoolers and empowers families to make choices that respect the rights, needs, and aspirations of their children. We are a fully inclusive organization, welcoming homeschoolers of all races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities and abilities.
Innovative Learning Services 105 InnovativeLearningServices.com
Innovative Learning Services, based in Marin County, provides educational consulting services to Bay Area students, families, and schools. As Principal, Dan Leibowitz combines 25 years of experience in K-12 schools with expertise in learning disabilities, ADHD, assistive technologies, and executive functions. He delivers exceptional individualized services to students and parents and engaging presentations to schools and parent groups.
International Dyslexia Association – Northern California 327  norcal.dyslexiaida.org
Our mission is to increase awareness about dyslexia and provide information and resources to support students with this learning difference. We offer workshops for parents and teachers, a simulation called Experience Dyslexia®, and other resources.
Itani Dental, San Francisco 328  itanidental.com
We are dedicated to providing skilled, compassionate, and complete cosmetic and general dental care for all. For over a decade we have extended this dental care to patients with special needs. We also offer sedation dentistry and house calls.
Joy & Laughter Developmental Therapy 329  JLDtherapy.com
Joy & Laughter Developmental Therapy is a small pediatric therapy practice serving Santa Clara County. We specialize in working with children of all abilities to reach their fullest potential in language, movement, attention, sensory processing, feeding skills and social skills.
Lamborn Advocacy 330 lambornadvocacy.com
Renee Lamborn and Laura Kimpton combine their 44 years of special education advocacy and public school experience with their
compassionate support to bring about positive solutions for your child. We offer anxiety reducing consultation and direct services to support you in every step of the journey towards securing services.
Landmark College 221  landmark.edu
Landmark College is for students who learn differently, including students with a learning disability (such as dyslexia), ADHD, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD). LC champions a strengths-based model and gives students the skills and strategies they need.
The Laurel School 222 thelaurelschool.com
The Laurel School serves students with mildmoderate language-based learning differenences (including dyslexia), sensory integration disorder, attention deficit, processing disorders, and those who thrive in smaller classrooms.
LearnUp Centers 331 www.learnupcenters.org
LearnUp Centers teaches struggling readers, with or without a diagnosis of dyslexia, to read at grade level and beyond. And it’s fast. The average LearnUp student learns to read in 3 months. Stop by our booth for a free reading assessment and to learn why our reading program is so effective.
Leelanau School 223  www.leelanau.org
Leelanau is an independent co-ed boarding high school situated on the shores of Lake Michigan. The school offers its students a college prep experiential program and 100% of our graduates are accepted into college. Leelanau admits bright students who may find traditional schools challenging due to attention or anxiety issues.
LiftEd 113  tacscreen.com
Every child using a touchscreen device for education needs this screen!” Its bumpy tactile surface completes the multi-sensory circle by providing vital tactile stimulation essential for kids with Different Learning Styles!
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes – Saratoga 332  www.LindamoodBell.com
Lindamood-Bell helps children and adults improve language processing. Our intensive, research-validated, sensory-cognitive instruction has successfully improved reading and comprehension for individuals with learning challenges – dyslexia, ADHD and ASD.
Literacy and Language Center, Inc. 333  We offer customized multi-sensory, research based programs in a one-to-one tutoring format. Our individualized programs address challenges in reading, spelling, writing, verbal expression, comprehension, vocabulary, listening, math, and study skills. We work with students aged 5 to adult in an intensive, supportive, student-centered environment appropriate for any learning differences.
Los Altos Christian Schools 224  www.lacs.com
Los Altos Christians Schools’ Learning Assistance Department (Grades 1-8) emphasizes small self-contained classes. The program is dedicated to teaching children in the way they learn through the Slingerland approach and other multisensory educational strategies across the curriculum. LACS is a rigorous, but unhurried approach to learning.
Lydian Academy 225  www.lydianacademy.com
Lydian Academy was founded and is operated by local parents. We are ONE campus with ONE focus: an authentic education customized to the uniqueness of every learner. Using a strengths-based approach, we tap into your child’s natural gifts and talents, making education relevant, inspiring, and accessible to all.
Marie’s Words 334  marieswords.com
Marie’s Words, Inc. is a game-based learning company that creates products on the forefront of visual-verbal research and technology. Our premier product Picture Words will be available for testing and purchase.
The Marin School 226  www.themarinschool.org
The Marin School is a college prep high school that celebrates neurodiversity. Our students are engaged and inspired, learning in an environment that supports collaboration, not competition.
Masonic Center for Youth and Families 335  www.mcyaf.org
The Masonic Center for Youth and Families offers therapeutic services for children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. Our team provides individual, family, and group therapies, psychological assessments, and learning specialist services.
Meristem 336  www.meristem.pro
Meristem is a Transition Program for young adults, 18 & older, on the spectrum, or with other developmental differences. Meristem provides the foundation for a fulfilling and productive life by optimizing young adults to realize their full potential. Meristem promotes independence by developing life skills, social capacities and transition to work.
Mid-Peninsula High School 227  www.mid-pen.org
We are a college prep, coed, non-profit independent high school where students are the center of all that we do. In our close-knit and collaborative community, our extraordinary teachers inspire academic confidence by empowering diverse learners to reach their individual potential.
Mind Balance 337  www.mindbalanced.com
Mind Balance offers a cutting edge neurofeedback training program, called NeurOptimal®. It is a very powerful and effective modality for children who are struggling. Great for ADHD ADD, anxiety, learning difficulties, behavior challenges and more.
Moving Forward Towards Independence 228  www.moving-forward.org
Moving Forward Towards Independence is a residential post-secondary Independent Living Program in Napa California, offering Transitional and Independent Living Support to young adults with developmental, intellectual and autism spectrum disabilities. One of our major goals is to support the growth of the
My City School 229  www.mycityschool.org
An exceptional STEAM middle school for children with mild to moderate LDs. High expectations are balanced with deep support for kinesthetic/multisensory learning styles along with social-emotional wellness. An individualized curriculum, using customized learning techniques in our small groups yields significant academic and emotional growth that extends into the community.
North Bridge Academy 230  www.northbridgeacademy.org
North Bridge Academy, located in Marin County, serves high functioning dyslexic children, grades 3-8. Our program uses multi-sensory, sequential, phonics-based instruction tailored to meet individual student learning profiles. Class sizes are small with a low student to teacher ratio (10:1) and students are supported by teachers with specialized credentials.
Notre Dame de Namur University 231  www.ndnu.edu
NDNU is a private, not-for-profit, coeducational institution serving approximately 1700 students from diverse backgrounds. Established in 1851, the University is fully accredited and offers over 30 undergraduate, graduate and teacher credential programs.
Orinda Academy 232  www.OrindaAcademy.org
Orinda Academy is a college preparatory school for students in grades 8-12. Our personalized approach to learning ensures that our rigorous curriculum is accessible to all students, including those that learn differently.
Pacific Discovery School 233  www.pacificdiscoveryschool.org
Pacific Discovery School is a diverse, inclusive TK-8th grade program in Marin County. We provide an enriching and nurturing environment in which children feel known, celebrated and empowered to use their unique gifts to make a positive impact on the world.
Palo Alto Preparatory School 234  www.paloaltoprep.com
Palo Alto Preparatory 8 – 12 is a unique learning environment which provides support systems that organize the condition in which students learn best. We accommodate the unique learning needs of every learner and support the positive relationships needed for effective learning. We build a strong sense of self-esteem and personal responsibility through the support of our tightly knit community of students, faculty and parents.
Parental Readiness & Empowerment Program (PREP) 338  www.prepparents.org
PREP trains parents on their legal rights in their child’s education through workshops, webinars, video tutorials, and advocacy guides. Parents with questions about their child’s educational needs can video chat with a volunteer attorney about special education, school discipline, English Learner issues or bullying.
The Patagucci Institute for the Advancement of Humankind 339  www.patagucciinstitute.com
The Patagucci Institute for the Advancement of Humankind is dedicated to the recognition of inner development. We promote social and emotional development and are a vehicle to help define and encourage growth, effort, resilience, and motivation. Each student has a unique struggle in life and we want to acknowledge their efforts and accomplishment.
Quest Therapeutic Camps 340  www.questcamps.com
Quest provides an evidence-based, intensive summer program with individualized treatment goals for those 5-19 with mild to moderate emotional/social problems, utilizing a unique combination of individualized goals, behavioral milieu and daily group therapy
Raskob Learning Institute & Day School 235  RaskobInstitute.org
Raskob Learning Institute & Day School has provided services to people with learning differences for over 65 years. The Institute is comprised of three programs: a comprehensive academic Day School that serves students in grades 3-8, the 1:1 Educational Therapy Clinic, and the Diagnostic Program that offers neuropsychological evaluations.
Riordan High School RSP 236  The RSP at ARHS believes that fairness does not mean that everyone gets the same thing, fairness means that everyone get what they need. For over 30 years, the RSP has been providing what students with LD’s need to be successful at an all boys, catholic, college prep high school. We serve over 130 young men with LD’s—99% of them will go to college!
SALT Center (University of Arizona) 237  www.salt.arizona.edu
The SALT Center aspires to be the leading international model of success in higher education for students who learn differently. The SALT Center inspires students with learning and attention challenges to succeed. Through the provision of comprehensive academic support services, the SALT Center encourages student engagement, self-awareness, and growth.
San Francisco Public Library 341 San Francisco Public Library supports learning differences by providing resources, support, and programs for adults, teens, and children with dyslexia, attention disorders, processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, and other learning differences—and also their families, friends and professionals. SFPL also has a new Orton-Gilingham based one-on-one tutoring program called FOG Readers.
Sand Hill School 238  sandhillschool.org
Sand Hill School creates a balance between rigorous skill development and engaging self-discovery to foster comprehensive growth for students with dyslexia and other learning differences. Small classes, ongoing access to CHC specialists and personalized instruction builds students’ confidence to help them acquire the skills and resilience they need to thrive.
Scanning Pens, Inc. 114  www.readerpen.com
ScanningPens mission is to help students improve reading & fluency. Our small discreet Reader Pen w/ earbuds provides a one to one inclusive accommodation empowering students to read on their own, look up words & repeat as many time as needed. We offer FREE TRIALS to ALL SCHOOLS email jodi@scanningpens.com.
SFCD AT Lab 106 supportforfamilies.org/assistivetech
Support For Families houses an Assistive Technology Lab for the exploration of assistive technology tools. The lab features a make ’n take station, environmental control devices, dedicated.
SOAR 342  www.soarnc.org
SOAR offers high adventure summer camps for youth with learning and attention challenges. With locations in CA, WY, NC, FL, and NY campers get to experience incredible outdoor adventures while making friends, increasing confidence, and developing life skills.
Sparking Your Genius, LLC 343  www.sfspark.com
Sparking Your Genius provides intensive individualized training in reading, writing, math and mindfulness for kids with learning and attention challenges entering 5th through 12th grades. With student-to-instructor ratios of 3:1 and enrollment capped at six, our two-week summer clinics ensure that being different makes no difference!
Special Needs Professionals of Silicon Valley (SNP) 344  SpecialNeedsProfessionals.org
Our goal is to build a community of professionals who will help empower families and youth with special needs. We are accomplishing our goal by developing an organization that will facilitate the educating and collaboration of professionals.
Stanbridge Academy 239  www.stanbridgeacademy.org
Stanbridge Academy is a caring, inclusive K-12 school for students with mild to moderate learning differences and social communication disorders.
Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research 345  med.stanford.edu/girlband.html
The Girl Behavior and Neuro-Development (Girl BAND) study is a research project at the Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research. Come by to learn more about girls’ unique development and see how you can help!
Stellar Academy for Dyslexics 240  www.stellaracademy.org
Stellar Academy is an independent, non-profit school for students with symptoms of dyslexia. We serve families across the Bay Area with full day and part-day instruction, summer camp, tutoring, and specialized testing.
Sterne School 241  sterneschool.org
Sterne School is the premier Bay Area School inspiring students who learn differently and students who benefit from a small, personalized learning environment. Sterne fosters rigorous academic achievement through high-support from specially trained faculty.
Support for Families of Children with Disabilities 346 supportforfamilies.org
Support for Families of Children with Disabilities (SFCD) is a parent-run San Francisco-based nonprofit organization founded in 1982. We support families of children with any kind of disability or special health care need as they face challenges. Most of our staff members,volunteers, and board members are, themselves,family members of children with disabilities.
Sutcliffe Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 347  www.sutcliffedbp.com
Our team specializes in the evaluation and treatment of the following conditions: autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, anxiety disorders, psychiatric issues accompanying developmental concerns, conduct disorders, behavioral issues, development delays.
TacScreen-Tactile Learning Screens 115  tacscreen.com
Every child using a touchscreen device for education needs this screen!” Its bumpy tactile surface completes the multi-sensory circle by providing vital tactile stimulation essential for kids with Different Learning Styles!
Tech Resource Center Marin 103  www.trcmarin.org
The Technology Resource Center of Marin is an assistive technology center that serves students in 19 school districts with any and all disabilities from ages newborn to 22 in the Marin County School system. We are a free resource that offers IEP team consultations, weekly open labs and trainings on a wide variety of reading, writing, math and communication needs. We offer an interactive environment to come and explore the latest trends in technology supports for teachers, families and students.
Technology to Unlock Potential 101  techpotential.net
TechPotential serves families, educators, and schools both online and in person with a focus on technology for learning differences, ADHD, and executive functioning. Certified AT Professional Shelley Haven specializes in matching students with appropriate technology, and provides training, assistance, and presentations on tools and strategies for reading, writing, math, notetaking, organization, planning, and attention.
Tilden Preparatory School 244  www.tildenprep.com
Tilden Prep is a WASC accredited middle and high school with a 10+ year history of helping students succeed through individualized instruction and mastery learning. We personalize the learning experience through a 1-to-1 and small group model.
Tollner Law Offices 348  www.specialeducationcounsel.com
TLO is a special education law firm serving families to maximize the education opportunities of their special needs children. Our five dedicated attorneys work throughout the greater Bay Area to place children in schools that meet their needs and allow them to learn and thrive.
Trayt 349  trayt.io
Trayt is track-and-map healthcare application for parents, caregivers and therapists that care for children with Autism, ADHD and other neurodevelopmental challenges. It collects and analyzes comprehensive health data to facilitate a more rapid response to daily challenges that confront these children and to improve their health and quality of life.
Tutor Corps 350  www.tutorcorps.com
Tutor Corps provides effective, personalized tutoring for students who need academic support and want to excel. We provide customized, one-on-one tutoring in all K-12 subjects and standardized test preparation. Tutor Corps also offers homeschool options.
UCAM – Coaching & Academic Mentoring, Southern Oregon University 242  inside.sou.edu/dr/ucam.html
Southern Oregon University’s UCAM Program provides executive function support for LD students, focusing on time management, organization, self-advocacy, emotional health, social skill and resiliency. Professional Academic Coaches individualize meetings to address specific student needs, including supporting LD students in their transition to college and in utilizing campus resources.
Understood 307  understood.org
Created by 15 nonprofit partners, Understood.org is a free resource that empowers parents of the 1 in 5 children with learning and attention issues through daily access to experts, personalized resources, interactive tools and a supportive community of parents. Understood.org is available in English, Spanish and readaloud mode.
Usborne Books and More 351  www.UsborneShop.com
Award-winning educational children’s books designed to involve, excite and educate our children.
Via Services 352  www.viaservices.org
Via Services is a private, independent non-profit dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and special needs achieve greater self-sufficiency and lead richer lives.
Wayfinders at Fresno 243  www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/wayfinders/
Wayfinders at Fresno State is an inclusive postsecondary program for young adults with intellectual/ developmental disabilities, between the ages of 18-28. Wayfinders focuses on teaching its students independent living, vocational and self-advocacy skills, thereby increasing the life-choices available to them, thus enhancing their quality of life.
YouROK Corp. 116  www.yourokapps.com
YouROK created K’Bro a fun emotional resiliency app that helps adolescents develop skills to manage the challenges they face growing up. K’Bro anonymously captures data about your child’s emotional state which serves as an early indicator to them and parents if something is not quite right, facilitating parental engagement.
Zum 353 www.ridezum.com
Zum is the #1 provider of safe, reliable and trustworthy student transportation for schools, and districts across California. The company is redesigning student transportation.
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