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The Baltimore Jewish Abilities Alliance (BJAA) offers the following:
Families with similar needs can be matched for information sharing, guidance and support
Parent networking events
Single session workshops on such topics as guardianship and living trusts
Smaller, more informal clinics to assist families with questions on such topics as preparing for an Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting with your child’s school
Support programs to discuss specific challenges with a social worker (e.g. sexuality or family dynamics)
Information and referrals to other agencies
Resource packets for individuals without computer access