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Since 1982, Support for Families of Children with Disabilities has offered information, education, and parent-to-parent support free of charge to families and professionals of children with any kind of disability or special health care need in San Francisco.

 

2017 Information & Resource Conference

Saturday, March 11th; 8:30am - 3:30pm
John O'Connell High School
2355 Folsom St., SF

Registration opens February 8th

Childcare is extrememly limited, and is available first come first serve.


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December 17th Holiday Ice Skaing Party!


Recent Resources and News

Winter 2016 Newsletter

Access to Adventure 2016 Photos

2016 Information & Resource Conference Portal - Download workshop slides and handouts, look at photos of the event, and more!


Support for Families strives to present families and professionals with a wide range of views and options in its materials and trainings. The materials and trainings are not necessarily comprehensive, are not meant to be exhaustive, nor are they an endorsement of the author and/or presenter. If you would like to offer feedback or if you know of additional resources, speakers and/or materials that may be helpful, please contact us at info@supportforfamilies.org.

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