The “Prenatal and Infancy” Stage covers the early years of life, wondering if meeting developmental milestones. This page is dedicated to resources that are relevant to this stage of life, grouped according to the life domain they are connected to. Follow the links grouped by life domains below to get connected with the information you need.

Daily Life & Employment

What a person does as part of everyday life– school, employment, volunteering, communication, routines, life skills

For resources, check out the links below:

MD ABLEMD Developmental Disability Administration (DDA)MD Department of Disabilities
MD Department of Human Services (DHS)MD Technology Assistance Program (MDTAP)U. S. Social Security Administration
V-Linc

 

Community Living

Where and how someone lives– housing and living options, community access, transportation, home adaptation and modification

For resources, check out the links below:

MD ACCESS Point (MAP)MD Department of Housing and Community LivingMD Department of Transportation
MTA Mobility LinkMD Recreation & Parks AssocMD Statewide Independent Living Councils (MSILC)
Public Housing.Com/MarylandTransportation Security Administration United Way 2-1-1
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)Harford County Community Services Resource GuideHarford Community Action Agency
Benefits FinderHarford County Parks & RecreationHarford Transit
Harford Transit/Demand-Response Paratransit ApplicationMD Dept. of Housing & Community DevelopmentMD DDC Planning for the Future Guide
DDA applicationDDA LISS fundsHarford Community Action Agency
The Coordinating CenterA Guide to DDA Services

 

Safety & Security

Staying safe and secure– emergencies, well-being, guardianship options, legal rights and issues

For resources, check out the links below:

MD Commission on Civil RightsMD Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)MD Insurance Administration
MD Legal AidMD Atlantic ADA CenterMD DDC Planning for the Future Guide
MD ABLE Apply for MD Food Stamps The People's Law Library
MD Attorney General's OfficeThe Special Needs Alliance

 

Healthy Living

Managing and accessing health care and staying well– medical, mental health, behavior, developmental, wellness, and nutrition.

For resources, check out the links below:

MD Behavioral Health Administration (BHA)MD Health Benefit ExchangeMD Medicaid
Maryland Office of Oral Health (OOH)NAMI/MarylandOffice on Mental Health, Harford County
Overview of MD MedicaidApply for MD MedicaidParents Place of Maryland
MedicareHarford County Health DeptHealthy Harford
West Cecil Health CenterThe Coordinating CenterChildren & Youth with Special Health Care Needs Resource Locator
Maryland Office for Genetics & People with Special Health Care Needs

 

Social & Spirituality

Building friendships and relationships, leisure activities, personal networks, faith community.

For resources, check out the links below:

The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of BaltimoreNational Catholic Partnership of Disability (NCPD)Special Olympics Maryland
Harford County Public LibraryVisit HarfordHarford's Heart

 

Citizenship & Advocacy

Building valued roles, making choices, setting goals, assuming responsibility and driving how one’s own life is lived.

For resources, check out the links below:

Disability Rights MarylandMD Development Disability CouncilCenter for Jewish Education Special Needs Advocacy Program
Governor’s Office of Community InitiativesMD Center for Developmental DisabilitiesMD Coalition for Families
Mental Health Association of MDPathfinders for AutismSelf-Directed Advocacy Network for MD. Inc.
The Arc MarylandA National Gateway to Self-DeterminationPeople on the Go Maryland

 

To learn about the resources that are available to navigate other stages of life, click below to return to the home page.

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