Autism Society San Diego4699 Murphy Canyon Rd.San Diego, CA 92123-5371 Tel (858) 715-0678
Fax (858) 712-1510 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sd-autism.org
The San Diego County Chapter of the Autism Society of America (SDASA), a non-profit organization, originated in 1966 as the National Society of Autistic Children. It served to unite and inform parents on new revelations concerning intervention therapy. Today, the SDASA serves as the voice and resource of the local autism community. SDASA members include parents, relatives, friends, advocates, medical professionals and educators throughout San Diego County and beyond.
ATG Rehab7292 Opportunity Road, Suite C San Diego, CA 92111 Tel (858) 571-6544 www.ATGrehab.com
ATG Rehab is a leading specialized medical equipment provider equipped to provide innovative solutions to children, adults and the elderly with mobility, seating and positioning needs, along with wheelchair service and repair across the US.
Aseltine School of San Diego4027 Normal Street
San Diego, CA 92103Tel (619) 296-2135 Fax (619) 296-3013 email@example.com www.aseltine.org
The Aseltine School helps meet the educational needs of emotionally disturbed and learning disabled students throughout San Diego County. The hallmarks of the Aseltine approach are a philosophy of uncommon commitment to special education students and their families, and the belief that all children deserve access to the opportunities of life.
Area Agency on Aging1331 S. Clark Road, Building #11, El Centro, Ca 92243Tel (760) 339-6450www.imperialcounty.net/AreaAgencyAging/default.htm
The Area Agency on Aging provides leadership at a local level in developing systems of home and community-based services that maintain "least restrictive" home-like environments. In particular, emphasis shall be placed on coordinating with local systems to enable individuals to live with maximum independence and dignity in their homes and communities through the development of comprehensive and coordinated systems of home and community care.
AmpSurf Association of Amputee Surfers
P.O. Box 5045 San Luis Obispo, CA 93403 Tel (805) 744-8622 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.Ampsurf.org
AmpSurf is a Non-Profit Organization made up of amputees, veterans and friends & family of the disabled. Their mission is to promote, inspire, educate, and rehabilitate people with disabilities, especially our veteran heroes through adaptive surfing & fun outdoor activities.
7920 Silverton Ave Suite ESan Diego, CA 92126Tel (858) 271-5547Fax (858) 271-5687 Chapterinfo@alsasd.org www.ALSASD.org
The ALS Association, Greater San Diego Chapter, is dedicated to families affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gerhrigs Disease) through patient support, advocacy efforts, public awareness and education while enabling research for a cure. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for patients and families throughout Greater San Diego and Imperial Counties.
Active Living Magazinewww.activelivingmagazine.com
Not just a magazine. A Way of Life! Full of adapted activities, products and places for healthy living, Active Living magazine has challenged what physical activity means for people with disabilities for over 20 years. It is the number one resource for active living for adults with physical limitations.
Tel (507) 532-9649 Tim@actiontrackchair.com www.ActionTrackchair.com
Action Manufacturing has developed the Action Trackchair for those people who want to get off the normal, smooth, hard, flat, and similar types of surfaces and have the freedom to venture off into new terrain. The Action Trackchair is the ultimate in off-road wheelchairs. You ll go places you didn t think possible. Mountain roads, campgrounds, the woods, the beach, mud, snow, etc. Now you have a choice to stay on the hard surface or go off-road.
Access to Independence8885 Rio San Diego Dr. Suite 131San Diego, CA 92108Tel (619) 293-3500TTY (619) 293-7757Fax (619) 293-3508 Info@a2isd.org www.AccessToIndependence.org
Access to Independence is an independent living center (ILC), a nonresidential, cross-disability, non-profit corporation that provides services to people with disabilities to help maximize their independence and fully integrate into their communities. Access to Independence is one of 391 ILCs across the country and one of 29 serving Californians. Like all ILCs, Access to Independence offers required federal and state programs and services to people of all disability types and ages at no charge.