"WarmLine Family Resource Center is a non-profit organization serving families of children with disabilities birth to 26 years old."
Have An Adventure with WarmLine
The Sacramento Adventure Playground in partnership with WarmLine is open to youth with disabilities on the first Saturday of the month -- rain or shine! This is a designated time the youth and their siblings to enjoy the facility exclusively. The playground is a place where youth can use raw materials to create projects and play spaces that reflect their own ideas and vision. A parent/guardian must be present.
We know that parents of children turning three in the next 6 months have unique questions and concerns as they "graduate"from early intervention. During our "Transition to Preschool" workshop, parents will learn about the steps to transition, how early intervention and special education are alike (and different) and the purpose of an IEP meeting.
During this workshop Emily Schuman, BCBA from Gateway Learning Group and Celina Luna from WarmLine will cover what a
Functional Behavior Assessment is; when, how and why to request one; who performs the assessment; and Behavior Intervention Plans. Participants will receive a tote bag and gas card (one per family).
Researchers at the MIND Institute on the UC Davis Medical Center campus are conducting an online developmental screening study of typically developing infants from 6 through 24 months of age. We are testing two new methods of screening for Autism Spectrum Disorder in the community via a completely online system. If you are able to collaborate with us or want to learn more about the study, please call Dr. Chandni Parikh at 916-703-0494 or email her at email@example.com. Download Flyer
WarmLine is a federally-funded Parent Training and Information Center and can assist parents as they navigate the special education process. For help with special education concerns and IEPs, call our office at 916-455-9500 (English) or 916-922-1490 (Spanish). Special Education Workshops
Thank you to the George and Lena Valente Foundation for their ongoing support of WarmLine and our families!
Funding for WarmLine is provided by the U.S. Department of Special Education, Office of Special Education Programs as a Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) in Northern California; the California Department of Developmental Services; First 5 Sacramento, Sacramento County Office of Education Project SOARS and Infant Development Program.
WarmLine * 2424 Castro Way, Sacramento CA 95818 * 916-455-9500