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The following are education resources available for individuals with disabilities.

Baltimore County Public Schools

The Baltimore County Public Schools Office of Special Education supports the schools in providing a quality and individualized education for all eligible students (birth through age 21) requiring special education services. This support will develop the content knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable students with disabilities to reach their maximum potential as responsible, productive citizens and life-long learners.

Federal Student Aid

Students with intellectual disabilities may be able to get certain types of Federal Student Aid.

Maryland State Department of Education

The Maryland State Department of Education Division of Special Education and Early Intervention Services provides leadership, support and accountability for results to local school systems, public agencies and stakeholders through a seamless, comprehensive system of coordinated services to children and students with disabilities, birth through 21 and their families.

Maryland Transitioning Youth

Maryland Transitioning Youth provides information and resources for transition planning, post-secondary education, employment services, health care, transportation and more.

Parents' Place of Maryland

The Parents' Place of Maryland is a non-profit family-centered organization. Our sole purpose is to enhance the lives of persons with disabilities. We are here to serve the parents of children with disabilities throughout Maryland, regardless of the nature of their child's disability or the age of their child. We know that all parents want their children to participate as fully as possible in home, school and community life. We also serve the greater Internet community by providing these web pages of information helpful for anyone with a child in special education.

Council for Exceptional Children

The Council for Exceptional Children advocates on behalf of children with exceptionalities, examines policy issues and influences local, state, provincial and federal legislation. It also monitors and makes recommendations for program regulations and funding. Funding comes from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs.

Maryland Youth Leadership Forum

The Maryland Youth Leadership Forum is a unique career and leadership program for high school students with disabilities who are in their final two years of high school. The weeklong residential program is typically held on a college campus, giving students a taste of dorm life while offering opportunities for them to increase their independence. Students meet and develop friendships with other students from across the state while cultivating their leadership skills and gaining valuable career information and guidance. For information please call 301-277-2839.

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