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Accessibility & Recreation

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Advocacy Agencies

  • Yellow Pages for Kids -Connecticut Resources
    Provides extensive resources to learn about and navigate special education, including state listings of Parent Training and Information Centers.

Department of Education

  • Bureau of Special Education
    Department of Education
    450 Colubus Blvd
    Hartford, CT 06145
    Contact Information

Early Intervention Services (Infant and toddler)

  • Birth to Three System
    460 Capitol Avenue
    Hartford, CT 06106-1308
    860-418-6003 FAX
    Contact Information

Early Intervention Services (Ages 3 to 5)

  • Bureau of Early Childhood Education and Social Services
    Education Consultant, 619 Part B Coordinator
    CT State Department of Education
    Academic Office
    Bureau of Special Education
    450 Columbus Blvd.
    Hartford, CT  06103
    Contact Information

PTI (Parent Training and Information Centers)

  • Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center (CPAC)
    338 Main Street
    Niantic, CT 06357
    860-739-3089 Voice & TTY
    860-739-7460 FAX
    800-445-2722 in CT

Health & Well-Being

  • Husky Health Connecticut
    Connecticut’s health care (Medicaid) for children and adults
    Husky A is an income based plan covering qualifying children and their parents or a child’s relative caregiver.
    Husky B covers eligible uninsured children to age 19 in higher income homes.   Cost sharing may apply based on household income.
    Husky C and Medicaid for Employees with Disabilities  Medicaid insurance for qualifying blind/aged/disabled individuals. Programs are income and asset based.
    Husky programs information
    Online application for Husky A and Husky B
    Online application for Husky C
  • Katie Beckett Waiver
    The Katie Beckett Waiver, administered by the Department of Social Services (DSS), provides Medicaid healthcare services and supports to individuals 21 years of age and younger with a physical disability who may or may not have a co-occurring developmental disability. These services are for young adults and children who would normally not qualify for Medicaid due to family income.
    Katie Beckett Waiver | MyPlaceCT

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