If you are a parent of a child with special needs or a teacher who wants to support parents of “their” students, check out the list of resources below. This book, written by Amy Mattson, talks about what it’s like to be a parent with a disability and provides hope and encouragement to those raising a child with a disability. Whatever resources you use or recommend, supporting parents with special needs can make a big difference in their lives and the lives of their children. Finding Cooper Voice is a blog written by and for parents of children with special needs. Their website is full of information and resources as well as updates on current affairs and issues related to the special needs parenting community. Raising a child with special needs is a complex task. Fortunately, there is a growing awareness of the need to raise children with special needs, and the list of available supports is growing as well. The vision of the Autism Hero Project is to prepare children with autism for the world and the world for them through education, resources and support. COPAA is committed to protecting the rights of students with special needs. Support for parents with special needs: they hold many local fundraisers and offer a list of financial and medical support services and scholarships for families of children with autism. From endless meetings and medical appointments to behavioral therapists and special educators, there is always something to do, learn, advocate or research. I am a special education teacher, consultant, curriculum writer and education blogger. The site is dedicated to the daily lives of parents of a child with Down syndrome, as well as questions others may have about the topic. Their mission is to ensure that people with autism have an equal voice and equal rights in everything from wages to education. They advocate for civil and legal rights so that children get the support and services they need.