Children's Disabilities Information Coalition Parent Resource Center (CDIC)
We serve parents of infants, children, and youth with all types of disabilities, as well as professionals who work with children with a disability. CDIC was awarded the Office of Special Education Program (OSEP) Training and Information for Parents of Children with Disabilities Program Community Parent Resource Center grant on October 1, 2016. The overall goal of a Community Parent Resource Center is to improve the outcome of children with disabilities by providing training, information, and related services to parents of children with disabilities who live in El Paso, TX *** En CDIC ayudamos a los padres de bebés, niños y jóvenes con todo tipo de discapacidades, así como a profesionales que trabajan con niños con discapacidades.

Causes: Community Advocacy, Disability Services, Education

Children’s Disabilities Information Coalition (CDIC) is a non-profit organization that opens the world to children with disabilities and is serving El Paso County and surrounding areas, since 1989. CDIC serves parents of infants, children, and youth with all types of disabilities, as well as professionals who work with children with a disability. The US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Program (OSEP) funded the program as a Community Parent Resource Center (CPRC) in 2010. CDIC has been helping parents through education to become better prepared to meet the needs of their children, so that all children reach their fullest potential and become valuable to their community.

Children’s Disabilities Information Coalition (CDIC) es una organización sin fines de lucro que abre el mundo a los niños con discapacidades y presta servicios en el condado de El Paso y las áreas circundantes desde 1989. CDIC atiende a padres de bebés, niños y jóvenes con todos tipos de discapacidad, así como los profesionales que trabajan con niños con discapacidad. El Departamento de Educación de EE. UU., Oficina del Programa de Educación Especial (OSEP) financió el programa como un Centro Comunitario de Recursos para Padres (CPRC) en 2010. El CDIC ha estado ayudando a los padres a través de la educación a estar mejor preparados para cumplir las necesidades de sus hijos, para que todos los niños alcancen su máximo potencial y se vuelvan valiosos para su comunidad.

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