Here are some of my FAV Resources for 2007/08!

If you think I’ve missed a great resource others should know about, send it along and I’ll consider adding it here. Check back often for updates!

Knowledge is Power!

American Music Therapy Association, Inc.
Eric ‘RicStar’ Winter Music Therapy Camp (aka RicStar’s Camp!)
Michigan State University/Community Music School

Autism Society of America

Best Buddies International

Josh Blue

Dr. Lisa Boesky (Teens with mental health disorders)

Keri Bowers
films: The Sandwich Kid (sibs) & Normal People Scare Me (autism)


Kathlene Carney
my publicist

Center for Educational Networking (CEN)
search Judy Winter in the archives for my many articles on special needs!

The Compassionate Friends
for those grieving the loss of a child

Conductive Learning Center/Conductive Education

Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
Paralysis Resource Center

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

Jeanie Croope
the creative blog of a good buddy

Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles (DSALA)

Gail Williamson, Exc. Dir.

Brooke Ellison

Catherine Fowler
my agent

Dan Habib, photojournalist/filmmaker/dad &
‘Including Samuel’

a joyful & dear friend!

Mackinac Island
one of my favorite places to write in the world!

Martin Luther King, Jr.
The King

Maui Writers Conference

National Early
Childhood Technical
Assistance Center

National Center on Secondary Education

National Dissemination Center for Children
with Disabilities (NICHCY)

The National Family Caregiver’s Association

Partnership for Learning
search Judy Winter for my many columns on special needs!

Alan Rinzler
my editor at Jossey-Bass/Wiley Publishers

John Schneider
a good friend and great columnist!

The Sibling Support Project— SIBSHOPS

Special Olympics

Erik Taylor Photography

Johnnie Tuitel, plus:
Alternatives in Motion (providing wheelchairs for those in need)

U.S. Department of Education

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)

VSA arts


Jenna Winter

Writer’s Digest
Breakthrough Parenting for Children with Special Needs: Raising the Bar of Expectations