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Group Home and Day Habilitation Providers
  • D&S: (979) 775-1586
  • Day Break: 
  • Mental Health Mental Retardation (MHMR)link
  • Mosaic: link


Residential communities for adults with disabilities





"Marnie's Story": Rett Syndrome

"Autism Hangout": a collection of videos on YouTube that cover subjects relevant to people with autism 

“Ben & Wendy”: the portrayal of two adults with Down Syndrome and their life as married and employed adults

“Disability Sensitivity Videofun video demonstrating how to interact with people with disabilities


“History of Disability Movie”: comprehensive video about the history of disability treatment  


I Am Determined: multiple videos created by a youth group in Virginia. Topics include the importance of self-determination at all grade levels and about teaching self-determination. 

“IDEA: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: Historyand Summary”: easy to understand explanation of IDEA and IEPs

“It’s All About You: Get to Know Your IEP”: this is a link to a great resource site; in the videos you will find students in elementary and secondary talking about their IEPs and the importance of IEPs to them

“Katie's Disability Awareness Video”: video for younger kids that portrays how to interact with people with disabilities

“Life with a Learning Disability”: a teen’s perspective of living with a learning disability 

 "Sibling Panel": siblings of brothers and sisters with an ASD share their experiences of being defined by their sibling having autism. 

“The Next Step”: personal stories of five Texans with disabilities who enrolled in a college, university, technical school or trade school

"Watch to Learn": a collection of thousands of educational videos for all age groups


“We're More Alike Than Different”:  adults with Down Syndrome describing their personal stories

“What Are Learning Disabilities”: a message directed to younger students but good for students of all ages to understand learning disabilities

“What it's like to walk down a street when you have autism or an ASD”: a video portraying what a person with an ASD may experience on a daily basis


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Robertson County Special Services704 Wheelock StreetHearne, TX  77859

PH: 979-279-3507Fax: 979-279-8040

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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