Champions for Children with Disabilities
PACER has programs for children and young adults with all disabilities, their parents and families, and the professionals working with the families.
PACER has resources on bullying prevention, social inclusion, assistive technology and transition for students with disabilities.
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages, and educates communities nationwide to prevent bullying through creative, relevant, and interactive resources. www.PACERkidsagainstbullying.org | www.PACERTeensAgainstBullying.org | www.pacer.org/bullying
For Youth Only
FOR YOUTH ONLY is a resource for youth with disabilities. Here you will find information to help you to develop self-advocacy skills and gain a better understanding of how you can more effectively participate to increase your success in the classroom, at home, and in the community. Youth who understand their disability and its impact on their everyday life have a better chance of improving their life and the systems of care that serve them.
Social events and other activities for high school teens with and without disabilities to build relationships that benefit all participants.
Information and referral for parents of youth with disabilities to understand their independent living and housing options for the future.
Through individual assistance, workshops, resources, and more, Project Launch helps youth and young adults with disabilities pursue meaningful careers, live as independently as possible, and enjoy inclusion at work and in the community.
PACER Center offers three puppet shows for schools. The COUNT ME IN show, for preschool to fourth grade, promotes inclusion of children with disabilities and highlights disability awareness. The KIDS AGAINST BULLYING show is for students in first through third grade and deals with issues related to bullying. The Let's Prevent Abuse puppet show helps students in first through fourth grade learn about abuse. The PACER puppets and scripts are available for sale.
Simon Technology Center (STC)
Helping make the benefits of assistive technology available to parents and professionals via workshops, webinars, trainings, services and projects. The STC includes a software and device lending library.