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7th Annual JPAC Summer Inclusion Camp

The only summer inclusion camp in Los Angeles for special needs children and their typically-developing siblings and peers ages 5 to 16, Special Needs Network’s Joe Patton Academy Camp (Camp JPAC) serves as a safe, fun haven for close to 300 participating children by providing a host of educational and recreational activities.

  • 5501 Eileen Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043
  • July 11, 2016

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11th Annual Back 2 School Community Health + Resource Fair

Back 2 School is the biggest inclusion healthcare + resource fair in Los Angeles for children with developmental disabilities and their families. The event will bring out resource vendors to provide families with medical, dental, developmental, and mental health screenings, pro bono legal clinic, and educational workshops to improve overall health and wellness, and more.

  • Mt. Carmel Recreation Center | 834 W. 70th St., Los Angeles, CA 90044
  • 11:00am – 3:00pm

  • August 13, 2016

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EVENT RECAP

A Pink Pump Affair 8 // The World is Our Oyster

All proceeds from the event will benefit SNN’s Parent Advocacy Mentor Program (PAM) and the Joe Patton Academy Camp (Camp JPAC) – the only free summer inclusion camp in South Los Angeles for kids with autism and related disabilities and their siblings. The summer camp benefits more than 300 local children.

  • Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills // 300 S. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles 90048
  • 12:30pm–3:30pm

  • May 15, 2016

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10 Years Strong: Patiently Standing Together for Change

The following op-ed ran in The Los Angeles Sentinel newspaper on Sept. 24, 2015.
10 Years Strong: Patiently Standing Together for Change
By Areva Martin, Esq.

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10 Years Strong: Patiently Standing Together for Change


MISSION

Our mission is to raise public awareness of developmental disabilities and to impact public policy while providing education and resources to families, children and adults. SNN serves as a link between under-served communities and mainstream developmental disability organizations and governmental institutions which often fail to address issues specific to these communities. SNN firmly believes that dignity, hope, and opportunity are the birthright of all children.

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With your support we are determined to raise the bar.


Special Needs Network offers behavior therapy for children with autism SNN has been providing ABA services for the past year and a half in addition to our plethora of services for families and children with special needs. SNN is currently vendored with the regional center, as well as a subcontractor for Kaiser Permenante’s autism services.

To find out if your child is eligible for ABA services through SNN, Please call: 866-644-7662


10 Years Strong: Patiently Standing Together for Change

Resource Guide

Special Needs Network, Inc. maintains that this Resource Guide is to enhance public access to information about special needs service resources available to Los Angeles County residents. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information, we make no guarantees. The inclusion of any organization, agency, or service does not imply or constitute an endorsement or recommendation nor does exclusion imply disapproval.

Under no circumstances shall Special Needs Network, Inc. or its employees, agents, partners or affiliates be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages which may result in any way from your use of the information included in the Special Needs Network, Inc. Resource Guide.


PAM online

This comprehensive training program is modeled after Areva Martin’s book “The Everyday Advocate” and was turned into an online educational series for our signature PAM program. This series is tailored for parents of newly diagnosed children, advocates and medical, educational, and human service professionals including social workers, teachers, child care providers looking to expand or learn the early steps in becoming an advocate. If this is you this is a “must take” online program.


10 Years Strong: Patiently Standing Together for Change

What We Do

Special Needs Network is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to addressing the needs of underserved families struggling with raising a child with developmental disabilities.

Since our inception, we have provided resources and services to thousands of families through programs centered on health and human services, education and awareness, and outreach and advocacy.

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Starting tomorrow morning, Special Needs Network will host the state’s largest comprehensive free autism/ADHD/LD conference in Los Angeles, this conference presents workshops by s renowned experts in intervention strategies, education, healthcare, and advocacy. Attendees are treated to giveaways, book signings, networking functions, and an awards luncheon which highlights the accomplishments of students with disabilities.   […]

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  • SNN celebrates milestone anniversary

With 500 guests in attendance, Special Needs Network successfully raised $350,000 to help build a specialized medical clinic that will serve South LA children with autism and other developmental disorders.   Los Angeles, CA (10/8/15)— During its milestone 10th Annual Evening Under the Stars Awards Show and Gala, sponsored by Toyota, Sony Pictures and CBS/KCAL, […]

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  • Tools for Transformation Conference X Underway

Starting tomorrow morning, Special Needs Network will host the state’s largest comprehensive free autism/ADHD/LD conference in Los Angeles, this conference presents workshops by s renowned experts in intervention strategies, education, healthcare, and advocacy. Attendees are treated to giveaways, book signings, networking functions, and an awards luncheon which highlights the accomplishments of students with disabilities.   […]

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