- Wrightslaw offers a new service - yellowpagesforkids.com
We built the
Pages for Kids with Disabilities so people can get reliable
information and support. Your state
Yellow Pages includes many resources - government programs, grassroots
organizations, and parent support groups.
Pages was originally offered on fetaweb.com.
We decided to build a website specifically for the Yellow
Your State Yellow Pages on yellowpagesforkids.com
When you visit your state Yellow
Pages, you'll find many different resources - government programs,
grassroots organizations, and support groups. You'll also find evaluators,
therapists, tutors, special ed schools, and parent support groups.
Flyers for Your State Yellow
We built great Yellow Pages for each
state. But the Yellow Pages won't help unless people know about them.
We need your help!
To get the word out about the state Yellow
Pages, Debra Pratt, from our office, designed flyers
for each state.
Yellow Pages flyers are in pdf so they are printer-friendly. They
can also be posted on websites.
Here are some ideas about how to get the word out about your state Yellow
at schools, day care centers, public libraries, doctor's and psychologist's
offices, community centers, and hospitals.
Ask your school, public library, day care center, and support group
to post your state
flyer on their bulletin boards and websites.
Ask your child's teacher to post your state Yellow
Pages flyer in the teacher's lounge and guidance office. Ask
the school to include the flyer in your school newspaper too!
Ask your PTA or SEPTA to distribute the flyer. State Yellow
Pages Flyers are great to distribute at conferences, seminars,
training programs, and workshops.
to your friends and family members who live in other states (complete
all state flyers from this page: http://www.yellowpagesforkids.com/help/state.flyers.htm
provide a service to parents and want to be listed in your state Yellow
Pages, you may be eligible for a free listing in the Yellow Pages.
We are accepting applications from evaluators, educational consultants,
educational diagnosticians, academic tutors, advocates, attorneys, special
ed schools, and others who help parents get services for their children.
The Yellow Pages
are a free service
- there is no charge to be listed.
To find out how you can submit an application to be listed,
send us an email to
receive a automated response by email with directions about how to request
Link to the Yellow Pages
Do you have a website? Please link to the Yellow Pages!
You can download colorful images from the Yellow
Pages Links page -
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