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Library

Did you know that there is a library designed for parents, especially parents of children with disabilities? The PIC library has more than 600 books and other materials that will help parents and professionals better understand how to help their child in the home and school setting.  

Like any library, you are welcome to visit and read in our Parent Lounge. We ask that you call prior to visiting to make sure that a staff member is on hand to help you select the information you need. Family Leadership Academy graduates may also check out materials, but will need to provide contact information and a deposit that is held until the materials are returned. For more information about referencing PIC materials, please call or use the Contact Us form.

While most of our materials are for parents, they can be equally valuable to educators and other professionals who are looking to learn more about how they can support the learning process for a child with special needs. If you are seeking for a particular title, please let us know by using the Contact Us form or calling.

Topics in the PIC Library include:

ADD/ADHD

Adult Issues

Advocacy

AIDS

Asperger's Syndrome

Assessment

Assistive Technology

Autism

Behavior

Brain Injury

Bullying

Cerebral Palsy

Child Abuse

Child Care

Child Development

College & Disabilities

Communication/Speech & Language

Conflict Resolution

Criminal Justice

Culture

Deafness

Developmental Disabilities

Disability Awareness

Dispute Resolution

Down Syndrome

Dyslexia

Early Childhood Learning

Early Intervention

Employment Issues

Epilepsy

Family Support

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Financial Planning

First Aid

Fragile X

Group Homes

Healthcare

Hearing Impairment

IDEA

IEP

Inclusion

Learning Disability

Legal Rights

Leisure/Recreation

Mental Health Topics

Obsessive/Compulsive
Disorder

Parenting

Parent Engagement

Self-Determination

Sensory Integration
Dysfunction

Siblings

Social Skills

Spinal Cord Injury

Tourette Syndrome

Transition

Tuberous Sclerosis

Visual Impairment

Vocational Support

 

 


 

 

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