The national organizations and associations listed below provide databases where you can search for specific services in your area. The resources below will help you to find audiologists, psychiatrists, dentists, pediatricians, physical and occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and more.
Twenty-eight million Americans have hearing problems, ranging from mild to profound. The first step in treatment of a hearing problem is a hearing evaluation by an audiologist, a professional who diagnoses, treats, and manages individuals with hearing loss or balance problems. Visit the website to find a provider or service in your area.
American Academy of Child And Adolescent Psychiatry is the leading national professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by intellectual, behavioral, or developmental disorders, through research, training, advocacy, prevention, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment, peer support and collaboration. Visit the website to find a provider or service in your area.
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry is a membership organization representing the specialty of pediatric dentistry, with 9,500 members working in private offices, clinics and hospital settings, serving as primary care providers for millions of infants, children, adolescents and patients with special healthcare needs. Visit the website to find a provider or service in your area.
American Academy of Pediatrics is a national organization of more than 60,000 pediatricians committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults. Visit the website to find a pediatrician in your area.
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is a national professional organization representing more than 90,000 members. Its mission is to further the profession's role in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of movement dysfunctions and the enhancement of the physical health and functional abilities of members of the public. APTA offers an additional search engine for physical therapists with a specialized certification. Clinical specialization in physical therapy responds to a specific area of patient need and requires knowledge, skill, and experience exceeding that of the physical therapist at entry to the profession and unique to the specialized area of practice. Visit the website to find a provider or service in your area.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) ProFind is your connection to over 15,000 ASHA-Certified Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists who have indicated they are accepting referrals.
Select your state and enter a zip code to find services and providers in your area.
This booklet has been prepared for BGE customers and includes information about programs, payment options, finance, health, housing, and more.
Community Resources provides Baltimore communities with information about the services and resources that support our families, loved ones and friends.
Enter your city/state or zip code and find pediatric dentists in your area.
This website serves as a user-friendly gateway to resources in the Jewish or general community for people with disabilities.
Maryland Psychological Association is the statewide professional association for Maryland psychologists and is affiliated with American Psychological Association.
Visit the website to find a provider or service in your area.
Pathfinders for Autism takes phone and email inquiries and offers an on-line, searchable database with information on services/programs throughout Maryland. Database includes more than 30 categories of healthcare providers including physicians (all specialties), psychologists, speech language/occupational/physical therapists, social workers, healthcare practitioners, and music/art therapists.
Find educational consultants, psychologists, educational diagnosticians, healthcare providers, academic therapists, tutors, speech language therapists, occupational therapists, coaches, advocates, attorneys, special education schools, learning centers, treatment programs, parent groups, respite care, community centers, grassroots organizations, and government programs.