The Information and Resource Conference 2023

Exhibitors, listed alphabetically

AASCEND is dedicated to supporting the needs of adults on the autism spectrum.
Email at [email protected]

African American Parent Advisory Council (14)
The AAPAC mission is to educate, listen and advocate for and with families of Black children in SFUSD.
Email at [email protected]

Autism Social Communities (15)
501c3 nonprofit organization providing social skills community events and autism parent education training.
Email at [email protected]

Beacon College (18)
Beacon College offers two and four year degree programs specifically designed around the needs of students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other challenges.
Email at [email protected]

Birth Companions Community Center (6)
Birth Companions Community Center
Email at [email protected]
or [email protected]

Bounce Back Generation (42)
We create and share tools for youth to manage toxic stress, adversity and trauma.
Email at [email protected]

California Children’s Services (30)
California Children’s Services is a state program that helps manage medical care for ages birth to 21 years with certain eligible medical conditions.

CaliforniaSibs (34)
Dedicated to the siblings of people with disabilities; we support and advocate for Sibs as “invisible children” and future caregivers.
Email at [email protected]

CASE, the Community Alliance for Special Education (4)
Special Education Advocacy
Email at [email protected]

Cedars (37)
Cedars inspires creative, productive, joyous lives for nearly 200 adults with developmental disabilities through day programs and residential services.
Email at [email protected]

Children’s Council San Francisco (20)
We provide vouchers, subsidies for childcare. We support parents with finding a provider that fits their needs.

College Internship Program (CIP) (32)
College Internship Program (CIP)
Email at [email protected]

College Living Experience (50)
College Living Experience (CLE) is a post-secondary program providing individualized services to young adults with ASD, ADHD, learning differences and varying disabilities in the areas of academics, independent living, social skills, and career development.
Email at [email protected]

Decoding Dyslexia CA (21)
We strive to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children, and improve resources for students with dyslexia in California public schools.
Email at [email protected]

Department of Rehabilitation (31)
The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality.
Mail at 455 Golden Gate Avenue, Suite 7727; San Francisco, CA  94102

Disability Advocacy and Support Alliance (DASA) at UCSF (22)
A student-run, interprofessional organization at UCSF dedicated to advocating for patients, providers, and health professional students with disabilities and promote anti-ableism in health fields.

Family Support Services (12)
We support Families and parents by offering intermittent childcare so parents can meet their family needs and recoup their strength to continue fulfilling their caregiving responsibilities.
Email at [email protected]

FASD Network of Northern CA (33)
We provide support and information for families of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Email at [email protected]

Felton Institute (11)
Felton’s Children, Youth, Family and TAY Division provides comprehensive early care and education, inclusion and early intervention services for children birth to six years old, including children with special needs.
Email at [email protected]

Galt Advocacy (5)
Galt Advocacy is California’s special needs advocate group.
Email at [email protected]

Golden Gate Regional Center (13)
Golden Gate Regional Center provides services and supports to individuals with developmental disabilities in Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties.
Call at (415) 546-9222

Innovative Education (24)
Innovative Education provides speech therapy, academic services, and advocacy for neurodivergent children and young adults ages 3-22.
Email at [email protected]

Interagency Collaborative (40)
The Interagency Collaborative brings together San Francisco agencies, organizations, parents/caregivers, and youth to create strategies to improve the coordination of services and engage families at every level of decision-making, with a focus on families who have historically been neglected, excluded, and de-prioritized.

Kai Ming Head Start (9)
We serve children with families in poverty, children with families of homelessness, children with families with foster care, and children with special needs.
Email at [email protected]

Kyo (46)
ABA provider with a child-centric approach.
Email at [email protected]

We are a team of peer support staff that help guide and empower families whose children are being served in the behavioral health and other child serving systems in San Francisco.
Email at [email protected]

Legal Services for Children (3)
LSC represents children in dependency (foster care), guardianship, immigration, and education cases.

MNC Head Start (10)
Mission Neighborhood Centers Head Start Program

NAMI San Francisco (38)
Grassroots, community-based mental health advocacy organization.
Email at [email protected]

Nina G (47)
Nina G is a comedian, author and professional speaker.

Parents for Public Schools of San Francisco (23)
Parents for Public Schools of San Francisco promotes the fundamental value of public education and pursues the success of every public school by sharing knowledge, bridging communities, and informing policy.
Email at [email protected]

Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center of San Francisco (36)
We offer a range of stimulating, interactive, diverse and enriching social recreation activities for children, teens and transition age youth with disabilities focusing on helping children and teens develop independence, friendships, social skills and lea
Email at [email protected]

Project Commotion (43)
Project Commotion is a community-based organization that aims to foster healthy development in children of all abilities through early education, movement and play based classes and camps, and parents and teacher education.
Email at [email protected]

Rebuilding Together San Francisco (28)
Rebuilding Together San Francisco provides free home repair and renovation programs for homeowners, renters, non-profit organizations and community spaces.
Email at [email protected]

San Francisco Department of Elections (26)
San Francisco Department of Elections
Email at [email protected]

San Francisco Recreation & Parks, Therapeutic Recreation and Inclusion Services (44)
Specialized programs for people with disabilities and inclusion support
Email at [email protected]

SF Department of Children, Youth, and their Families (17)
Since 1991, the Department of Children, Youth and Their Families has administered San Francisco’s powerful investments in children, youth, transitional age youth, and their families, by bringing together government agencies, schools, and community-based o
Email at [email protected]

San Francisco CASA transforms the lives of children and youth traumatized and displaced in the foster care and related systems by providing one consistent, caring volunteer advocate, trained to address each child’s needs in the court and community.
Email at [email protected]

SFUSD Community Advisory Committee For Special Education (19)
The purpose of the CAC/ Community Advisory Committee for Special Education is to advocate for effective Special Education programs and services, and advise the SFUSD Board of Education on priorities in the Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA).
Email at [email protected]

SFUSD Special Education Department(29)
The San Francisco Unified School District is dedicated to identify, locate and assess all students within the district from birth to 22 years of age who may have disabilities, as well as provide appropriate support and/or related services to those students as determined by an educational evaluation.
Special Education Services Office (415) 759-2222

Shupin Community (35)
The Shupin Community offers urban independent living coupled with comprehensive, personalized support, and a vibrant social club that empowers neurodivergent adults to lead full lives.
Email at [email protected]

Steps Therapy (45)
Early Intervention and ABA services
Email at [email protected]

Support for Families: Community Connectors (1)
African American, Chinese and Latino parents working to build awareness of services to historically under-represented populations.  We speak English, Spanish and Cantonese.

Support for Families: Early Childhood and Inclusion Team (8)
Supporting families of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs
Email at [email protected]

The Arc San Francisco (41)
The mission of the Arc San Francisco is to transform the lives of adults with developmental disabilities by advancing lifelong learning, personal achievement and independence.
Email at [email protected]

The Sequoia Village Schoolhouse (25)
Academics, social groups and summer camps for neurodiverse children
Email at [email protected]

The Winston Preparatory School (16)
Winston Preparatory School is an innovative day school for students through 12th grade with learning differences such as dyslexia, nonverbal learning disabilities, and executive functioning difficulties.
Email at [email protected]

Wayfinders at Fresno State (27)
Wayfinders is a 2-year non-degree independent living certificate program for young adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
Email at [email protected]

Wu Yee Children’s Services (7)
Child Care
Email at [email protected]

Zum Transportation (Outside near the Cafeteria)
We transport kids to and from school, and have easy-to-use apps so you know how everything is going.

Exhibitors by table number

1 Support for Families: Community Connectors
3 Legal Services for Children
4 CASE, the Community Alliance for Special Education
5 Galt Advocacy
6 Birth Companions Community Center
7 Wu Yee Children’s Services
8 Support for Families: Early Childhood and Inclusion Team
9 Kai Ming Head Start
10 MNC Head Start
11 Felton Institute
12 Family Support Services
13 Golden Gate Regional Center
14 African American Parent Advisory Council
15 Autism Social Communities
16 The Winston Preparatory School
17 SF Department of Children, Youth, and their Families
18 Beacon College
19 SFUSD Community Advisory Committee For Special Education
20 Children’s Council San Francisco
21 Decoding Dyslexia CA
22 Disability Advocacy and Support Alliance (DASA) at UCSF
23 Parents for Public Schools of San Francisco
24 Innovative Education
25 The Sequoia Village Schoolhouse

26 San Francisco Department of Elections
27 Wayfinders at Fresno State
28 Rebuilding Together San Francisco
29 SFUSD Special Eduacation Department
30 California Children’s Services
31 Department of Rehabilitation
32 College Internship Program (CIP)
33 FASD Network of Northern CA
34 CaliforniaSibs
35 Shupin Community
36 Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center of San Francisco
37 Cedars
38 NAMI San Francisco
40 Interagency Collaborative
41 The Arc San Francisco
42 Bounce Back Generation
43 Project Commotion
44 San Francisco Recreation & Parks, Therapeutic Recreation and Inclusion Services
45 Steps Therapy
46 Kyo
47 Nina G
50 College Living Experience
51 Moving Forward Towards Independence

Outside: Zum Transportation

Getting to the Exhibitor Hall