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  1. Information for students about the federal financial aid application process. Explains how to apply for aid, fill out a FAFSA4caster (which can be transferred to an actual FAFSA), and perform searches for scholarships and other types...

  2. Program of the Corporation for National and Community Service helps people of all ages and backgrounds pay for higher education in exchange for a year of service. Find AmeriCorps opportunities near you. Visit...

  3. U.S. Department of Education pamphlet provides guidance and answers questions for students with disabilities who plan to transition to college. Visit Students with Disabilities Preparing for Post-Secondary Education - Know Your...

  4. Practical ideas for parents of children with disabilities to improve their interaction with school staff and become more effective advocates for their child. This link opens a PDF document. Visit Working...

  5. iPhone app offers ideas for parents and teachers of students with disabilities to consider when they develop IEPs. For more information about IEPs, visit the Department of Education's IDEA website. Visit Individualized Education...

  6. This online toolkit helps guidance counselors and other youth service professionals understand the many options available for paying for college or trade schools. Learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), eligibility...

  7. Information about preventing teen bullying so it won't happen to you, by you or to someone close to you. Follow PACER Teens Against Bullying on Facebook. Visit Teens Against Bullying...

  8. Information from the Center for Parent Information and Resources about the Individualized Education Program (IEP), including who puts it together, what's in it and how students can be involved in developing...

  9. There are several different types of student financial aid—scholarships, grants, work-study and loans. Federal student aid comes from the federal government—specifically, the U.S. Department of Education. This aid may pay for expenses...

  10. LawHelp.org provides information and resources to help you understand legal issues and solve legal problems. Learn about federal, state and local laws and the difference between criminal and civil cases. You can also...

  11. The Library of Congress' NLS runs a free library program of braille and audio materials circulated to eligible borrowers in the United States by postage-free mail. The library also has a...

  12. Guide about ADHD, including diagnosis, treatment options, legal requirements and ways to improve life at school and home for children diagnosed with ADHD. For more information call 1-800-872-5327. Visit Attention Deficit...

  13. Information from UCP about assistive technology (AT), how it can help people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities and the AT programs UCP offers. Contact your UCP state affiliate or state AT program to learn...

  14. Transition planning is a process for students with disabilities that begins around middle school and focuses on life after high school. We've prepared this guide on transition planning to help...

  15. A guide from the PACER Center and the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for parents and school personnel to help them to decide if a student needs AIM, how to...

  16. This center works with states, teachers, parents, publishers and others to make sure that students with disabilities receive educational materials in formats that are accessible to them. The Center also offers publications, trainings and webinars...

  17. Information regarding Head Start and affiliated programs under the Administration for Children and Families. Visit Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center...

  18. This guide has information about finding the right school,  paying for college, and locating supports relating to your disability while at school. Includes information about things to keep in mind after college and where you can get...

  19. Find your state Assistive Technology (AT) program. These programs help people with disabilities learn about and get help paying for AT for the classroom, workplace and everyday living. AT is any...

  20. This organization provides electronic and Braille books, newspapers, magazines and other printed materials to schools and students who are blind, have low vision or have learning or physical disabilities that make it difficult to read. The service is...