• Orange County Educational Resources

     

    Coastline Community College- Acquired Brain Injury Program
    11460 Warner Avenue
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    Phone: (714) 546-7600

    www.coastline.edu/students-with-disabilities/acquired-brain-injury/

    Coastline’s acquired brain injury (ABI) program is a demanding one-year educational program designed to provide structured cognitive retraining for adults who have sustained a brain injury due to traumatic (such as a motor vehicle accident or fall) or non-traumatic (such as a non-age-related stroke, brain tumor or infection) injuries. Coastline’s ABI Program has developed a unique curriculum to address these special needs. The ABI Program emphasizes cognitive retraining, socialization, and career development to promote individual responsibility and independence. Students in the program learn strategies to compensate for deficits in verbal skills, memory, figural skills, critical thinking, attention, and organization. With a strong focus on emotional adjustment to brain injury and appropriate psycho-social skills, the program teaches students to apply these skills to practical, real-life home and work environments. Coastline’s ABI Program also offers neuroeducational assessment, counseling for students and families, and planning for the future.

     

    Cypress College- Disabled Students Program & Services
    9200 Valley View Street
    Cypress, CA 90630
    Phone: (714) 484-7104

    http://www.cypresscollege.edu/services/dsps

    The Cypress College Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS) provide services to eligible students that are individualized to meet each student’s needs. DSPS students are eligible to use the High Tech Computer lab, be enrolled in special classes, priority registration, receive academic, vocational and personal counseling, as well as assistance in connecting with other programs and resources.

    Fullerton College- Disability Support Services
    321 East Chapman Avenue
    Fullerton, CA 92832
    Phone: (714) 992-7270

    http://dsp.fullcoll.edu/

    Disability Support Services (DSS) at Fullerton College integrates students with disabilities into the mainstream of Fullerton College’s programs and services. DSS is committed to providing support services and/or educational accommodations to qualified students with disabilities. This ensures access and equal opportunity so students with disabilities may pursue their educational goals.

     

    Golden West College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    15744 Goldenwest Street
    Huntington Beach, CA 92647
    Phone: (714) 895-8721

    www.goldenwestcollege.edu/ace

    The mission of Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) is to ensure that all students with disabilities have equal access to educational opportunities at Golden West College, so they can participate freely and actively in all facets of campus life.

    Irvine Valley College- Disabled Students Programs & Services
    5500 Irvine Center Drive
    Irvine, CA 92720
    Phone: (949) 451-5243

    http://www.ivc.edu/student/dsps/Pages/default.aspx

    Irvine Valley College’s Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) embraces the philosophy of total integration of programs and students with disabilities into the community college system. The program was created with the goal that all educational courses and services would focus on promoting student integration. The college has successfully integrated all special instructional courses into curriculum.

    Orange Coast College- Special Programs and Services
    2701 Fairview Road
    Costa Mesa, CA 92628
    Phone: (714) 432-5807

    http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/student_services/special_services/Pages/default.aspx

    Special Programs and Services (SPS) provide support services for students with disabilities. Students with physical, learning and psychological disabilities choose Orange Coast College for its accessible campus and the many services available through SPS. This program offers programs and services so that students with disabilities can equally access educational activities while at college.

    Saddleback College- Special Services Program
    28000 Marguerite Parkway
    Mission Viejo, CA 92692
    Phone: (949) 582-4566

    www.saddleback.edu/dsps

    The Special Services program provides support services, specialized instruction, and authorizes educational accommodations for students with disabilities so that they can participate fully and benefit equitably in their college experience. A Student Educational Contract (SEC) is developed with each student. The SEC links student’s goals, curriculum, programs, and academic accommodations. Services may include accommodated testing, assessment of learning disabilities, specialized counseling, interpreter services for students who are deaf, alternate media, access to adapted computers and software, priority registration and specialized instruction.

    Santa Ana College- Disabled Student Programs & Services
    1530 W. 17
    th Street
    Santa Ana, CA 92706
    Phone: (714) 564-6000

    www.sac.edu/studentservices/dsps

    The mission of Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS) is to provide equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities. Through the utilization of specialized instructional programs and disability related services, DSPS encourages independence and assists students in attaining their educational, personal, and vocational goals.

     

    Santiago Canyon College- Disabled Students Program & Services
    8045 E. Chapman Avenue
    Orange, CA 92869
    Phone: (714) 628-4860

    www.sccollege.edu/StudentServices/DSPS

    Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS) provides instructional support services and academic accommodations to students with verifiable disabilities attending college. Program services are designed to ensure that students have an equal opportunity to participate and succeed in college programs, services, and activities. Available services include priority registration, registration assistance, academic advisement, test-taking accommodations, learning disabilities assessment, assistive technology, note-taking assistance, and sign language interpreters.

     

     

    **For more brain injury resources near Orange County, please see Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and San Diego County**

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