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Resources

 
 

Community Resources

Local and online resources for our Alaska Pediatric community.


 
 

Stone Soup Group

Stone Soup Group is a statewide non-profit agency based in Anchorage, Alaska that provides assistance and support to families of children with special health, disability, mental health, and/or special education needs.

https://www.stonesoupgroup.org/
 

TEFRA Coordinator Southcentral Region

Giselle DeLaCruz
Compassionate and Effective Care, Inc.
Phone: 907-884-0290
Fax: 907-278-1268
compassionateandeffectivecare@yahoo.com
 

ALASKA AUTISM RESOURCE CENTER (AARC)

The AARC serves the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorders, their families, caregivers, and service providers. The Alaska Autism Resource Center (AARC) is a project of the Special Education Service Agency (SESA) located in Anchorage, Alaska.

www.sesa.org/content/aarc-home
 

NATIONAL CENTER ON BIRTH DEFECTS AND
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

This website focuses on protecting people who are especially vulner- able to health risks – babies, children, people with blood disorders, and people with disabilities.

http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/index.html
 

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT (ASD) STEP CENTER

The STEP Center, a division of the Anchorage School District’s Special Education Department, is a disability information and resource center for students, educators and parents.

www.asdk12.org/step/about/
 

Top Soccer

Top Soccer is an adaptive soccer program for Alaskan athletes experiences disabilities

http://www.alaskayouthsoccer.org/TOPSoccer
 

Anchorage Run Fest

The Anchorage Run Fest hosts a variety of running activities for athletes, including a kids 2K and kids Halloween fun run.

http://www.anchoragerunfest.org
 

Challenge Alaska

Challenge Alaska offers various adaptive sports programs such as adaptive skiing, adaptive hockey, Paralympic sports and adaptive running. They are a wealth of information if you are looking to get involved with adaptive sports for you or your child.

http://www.challengealaska.org/