• Los Angeles County Educational Resources

     

    Antelope Valley College- Office for Students with Disabilities
    3041 West Avenue K
    Lancaster, CA 93536
    Phone: (661) 722-6360

    http://www.avc.edu/studentservices/ssd/#.UyFR3DkTHzI

    The Office for Students With Disabilities (OSD) program provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities so that they can participate as fully and benefit as equitably from the college experience as their non-disabled peers.  A Student Educational Contract (SEC) is developed for each student which links student’s goals, curriculum program, and academic accommodations to his/her specific disability related educational limitation. The OSD encourages students to be as independent and self-reliant as possible. They work closely with each student to assess their needs and provide accommodations that directly address a student’s functional limitations (as a result of their disability).

    Cerritos College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    11110 Alondra Blvd.
    Norwalk, CA 90650
    Phone: (562) 860-2451

    http://cms.cerritos.edu/dsps/

    Students with limitations due to a disability may receive support services and instruction from Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS). The mission of DSPS is to assess, address, and provide reasonable accommodative service and referrals to students with disabilities, enabling them to equally access and fully participate to the best of their abilities in curricular activities at Cerritos College.

    Citrus College- Disabled Student Programs & Services
    1000 West Foothill Blvd.
    Glendora, CA 91741
    Phone: (626) 914-8675

    www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/dsps/Pages/default.aspx

    Citrus College is committed to providing students with disabilities an accessible educational environment that allows each student the opportunity to reach his/her academic goals and participate in a full range of campus programs and activities. They provide support services to compensate disability-related educational limitations. Such support services are essential components of the educational program because they help disabled students realize their educational potential in the mainstreamed academic programs.

    College of the Canyons- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    26455 Rockwell Canyon Rd.
    Santa Clarita, CA 91355
    Phone: (661) 259-7800

    www.canyons.edu/Offices/DSPS/Pages/default.aspx

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) assist’s students with disabilities meet their educational needs. They offer priority registration, tutors in certain subjects, assistive computer technology, counseling, test-taking accommodations, deaf/hearing impaired interpreters, and alternate media.

    East Los Angeles College- Disabled Student Program & Services
    1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
    Monterey Park, CA 91754
    Phone: (323) 265-8650

    http://www.elac.edu/studentservices/dsps/index.htm

    Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS) provides educational support for eligible students with disabilities in the achievement of their academic and vocational goals. Assistance such as note takers, disabled parking, special tutoring, audio CD and E-Text for the blind, mobility aids and equipment loans are available for students with disabilities. In addition, special learning skills classes and computers are available to enhance DSPS student classroom success.

    El Camino College- Special Resource Center
    16007 Crenshaw Boulevard
    Torrance, CA 90506
    Phone: (310) 660-3295

    www.elcamino.edu/academics/src/

    El Camino College established a special program to assist students with disabilities in their pursuit of a post-secondary education. The purpose of the program is to assist students with disabilities to perform on an equal basis with non-disabled students in an integrated campus setting. Upon completion of one or more Educational Development courses and/or Special Resource Center (SRC) services, a student will be able to show competency to apply requisite student skills in the integrated campus community.

    Glendale College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    1500 North Verdugo Road
    Glendale, CA 91208
    Phone: (818) 240-1000 Ext. 5905

    www.glendale.edu

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) mission is to ensure that students with disabilities are all given equal opportunity to earn a quality education at Glendale Community College. Services and accommodations include: academic and personal counseling, disability assessment, adapted computer technology and instruction, academic support and instruction, alternate media, adapted physical education, interpreter and note taking services, information and assistance to faculty, mobility assistance and collaboration with the Department of Rehabilitation.

    Los Angeles City College- Office of Special Services
    855 North Vermont Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90029
    Phone: (323) 953-4000 Ext. 2270

    www.lacitycollege.edu/services/oss/index.html

    The Office of Special Services’ (OSS) mission is to facilitate equal access for students with disabilities, allowing full participation in educational programs, services, and campus activities through appropriate and reasonable accommodations. They provide support services such as note taking assistance, interpretive services, test taking assistance, alternative media, and more.

    Los Angeles Harbor College – Disabled Students Programs & Services
    1111 Figueroa Place
    Wilmington, CA 90744
    Phone: (310) 233-4000

    www.lahc.edu

    Students with disabilities are encouraged to visit the Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS) office. Services include: assisting with Department of Rehabilitation, classroom accommodations for students with physical challenges, diagnostic assessment for learning disabilities eligibility, learning strategies/study skills classes, liaison with recordings for the blind and dyslexic (books on tape), program planning and counseling, registration assistance, special accommodations for those with profound hearing loss/ visual impairments, special parking permits, as well as test proctoring and related accommodations.

    Los Angeles Mission College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    13356 Eldridge Avenue
    Sylmar, CA 91342
    Phone: (818) 364-7734

    www.lamission.edu/dsps

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) at Los Angeles Mission College is a support system that enables students to fully participate in the college’s regular programs and activities. They provide a variety of services from academic and vocational support to assistance with Financial Aid. All services are individualized according to specific needs. They do not replace regular programs but, rather, accommodate students’ special requirements. The program is dedicated to meeting the educational, occupational and personal needs of disabled individuals.

    Los Angeles Pierce College- Special Services
    6201 Winnetka Avenue
    Woodland Hills, CA 91371
    Phone: (818) 719-6430

    http://www.piercecollege.edu/offices/special_services/

    Special Services at Los Angeles Pierce College is a support system that enables students with disabilities to fully participate in the college’s regular programs and activities. They provide a variety of services from academic and vocational support to assistance with Financial Aid. All services are individualized according to specific needs. They do not replace regular programs but, rather, accommodate students’ special requirements. The program is dedicated to meeting the educational, occupational and personal needs of disabled individuals.

    Los Angeles Southwest College- Disabled Students Program & Services
    1600 West Imperial Highway
    Los Angeles, CA 90047
    Phone: (323) 241-5279

    http://www.lasc.edu/dsps/index.html

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSP&S) at Los Angeles Southwest College is a support system that enables students to fully participate in the college’s regular programs and activities. They provide a variety of services from academic and vocational support to assistance with Financial Aid. All services are individualized according to specific needs. They do not replace regular programs but, rather, accommodate students’ special requirements. The program is dedicated to meeting the educational, occupational and personal needs of disabled individuals.

    Los Angeles Valley College- Services for Students with Disabilities
    5800 Fulton Avenue
    Van Nuys, CA 91401
    Phone: (818) 947-2681

    www.lavc.edu/ssd

    Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities so that they can participate as fully and benefit as equitably from the college experience as their non-disabled peers. A Student Educational Contract (SEC) is developed for each student, which links that student’s goals, curriculum program, and academic accommodations to his/her specific disability-related educational limitation.

    Long Beach City College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    4901 East Carson Street
    Long Beach, CA 90808
    Phone: (562) 938-4558

    http://dsps.lbcc.edu

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) at Long Beach City College is a support system that enables students to fully participate in the college’s regular programs and activities. They provide a variety of services from academic and vocational support to assistance with Financial Aid. All services are individualized according to specific needs. They do not replace regular programs but, rather, accommodate students’ special requirements. The program is dedicated to meeting the educational, occupational and personal needs of disabled individuals.

    Mt. San Antonio College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    1100 North Grand Avenue
    Walnut, CA 91789
    Phone: (909) 274-4290

    www.mtsac.edu/dsps

    The mission of the Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS) is equal access. They expect that students will enjoy full and equal access to any facility, class, program, service or activity on campus. Students primary mission in attending College should be to receive a good education. With that in mind, DSPS is there to assist students pursuing their education at Mt. San Antonio College.

    Pasadena City College- Disabled Student Programs & Services
    1570 East Colorado Blvd.
    Pasadena, CA 91106
    Phone: (626) 585-7127

    www.pasadena.edu/studentservices/dsps/

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) at Pasadena City College is a support system that enables students to fully participate in the college’s regular programs and activities. They provide a variety of services from academic and vocational support, to assistance with Financial Aid. All services are individualized according to specific needs. They do not replace regular programs but, rather, accommodate students’ special requirements. The program is dedicated to meeting the educational, occupational and personal needs of disabled individuals.

    Rio Hondo College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    3600 Workman Mill Road
    Whittier, CA 90601
    Phone: (562) 908-3420

    www.riohondo.edu/dsps/index.htm

    Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) at Rio Hondo College is a support system that enables students to fully participate in the college’s regular programs and activities. They provide a variety of services from academic and vocational support, to assistance with Financial Aid. All services are individualized according to specific needs. They do not replace regular programs but, rather, accommodate students’ special requirements. The program is dedicated to meeting the educational, occupational and personal needs of disabled individuals.

    Santa Monica College- Disability Resources
    1900 Pico Blvd.
    Santa Monica, CA 90405
    Phone: (310) 434-4000

    www.smc.edu/StudentServices/DisabilityResources/Pages/default.asp

    Santa Monica College makes every effort to make its campus fully accessible to students with disabilities. The Center for Students with Disabilities offers guidance and counseling on admissions requirements and procedures, as well as a number of special programs to help students with their academic, vocational, and career planning goals. In addition, the Center offers accommodations such as tutoring, specialized equipment and test proctoring for students who are eligible.

     

    **For more brain injury resources near Los Angeles County- please see Kern County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, and Ventura County**

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