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Alexander Graham Bell Assn/Deaf/Hard of Hearing

*Maintains listening and spoken language resource websites for parents, professionals, teens and adults with hearing loss; offers free six-month membership for parents *Helps families, health care providers and education professionals understand childhood hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis and intervention *Support advocacy, education, research, and financial aid programs for Infants & toddlers, Preschool age children, school age children, and children looking to advance in the Arts & Sciences

Services: Fundraising and Resource Development Support, General Health Education Programs, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Hearing Augmentation Aids, Speech Therapy

3417 Volta Pl, NW

Washington, DC 20007

(202) 337-5220

All About Love, Inc.

*Does not offer utility payment assistance or rent assistance, but may be able to assist with utility service extensions based on caller's ability to pay *Other services provided as funds are available, including prescription assistance, clothing, benefits application assistance (food stamps, SSI, SS, VA), life management skills/budgeting, and resume/employment assistance *May ask some persons who receive services to volunteer for them in exchange for providing assistance *Will only asks able-bodied people (not elderly, disabled, etc.

Services: Employment Preparation, Food Stamps/SNAP, General Benefits Assistance, General Clothing Provision, Job Finding Assistance, Life Skills Education, Personal Financial Counseling, Prescription Expense Assistance

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Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 591-2017

ALS Association Florida Chapter, The

*Promotes awareness and understanding of ALS (commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease) and the work of the ALS Association by providing up-to-date information and education materials to ALS patients, caregivers, researchers and members in the healthcare field *Information pamphlets, newsletters, research symposiums, and speakers bureau *Regional care coordinators may assist with getting needed services *Available services vary by county; possibilities include health care and insurance advocacy, medical transportation, medical equipment and assistive technology, respite and home care, and support groups

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Medical Information Services, Mobility Aids, Respite Care

3242 Parkside Center Circle

Tampa, FL 33619

(813) 637-9000 x130

Alzheimer's Association Nationwide Contact Center

*Information about Alzheimer's disease and dementia for persons with the disease, families, caregivers, health care professionals and the public including understanding the diseases, medications and other treatment options, general information about aging and brain health, skills to provide quality care and find the best care from professionals, legal, financial and living-arrangement decisions, clinical trials *For local information about offices in Tallahassee, call the 800.

Services: Clinical Trials, Medical Information Services

225 N Michigan Ave, Fl 17

Chicago, IL 60601

(800) 272-3900

Alzheimer's Project, Big Bend Respite Care

*Respite offered on a weekly basis on-site; caregivers may take time to go grocery shopping, get a haircut, or take a much needed nap *Respite uses socialization and group activities to keep the clients active and socially engaged throughout the day; activities include: arts and crafts, music therapy, pet therapy, chair yoga, and games *Clients must be assessed before attending; call (850) 386-2778 to schedule an initial assessment *Day respite care 9AM-3PM at each location; call for information for the location closest to you; registration required for all Tallahassee day respite programs

Services: Dementia Management, Respite Care

301 E Tharpe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 386-2778

AMC, Sensory Friendly Films & Assistive Movie Going

*Sensory Friendly films provides opportunity for families to enjoy film in safe, accepting environment with with the lights up, sound down *Audience is invited to get up, dance, walk around, shout and sing *All Sensory Friendly Films take place 2nd and 4th Saturdays (family friendly, often 10AM) and Wednesdays (mature audiences, usually 7PM) *Technology includes assistive listening, audio description, closed captioning, and wheelchair spaces with companion seating *Some wheelchair spaces may be available even if the show is sold out; be sure to ask the box office

Services: Autism Therapy, Recreational Activities/Sports

2415 N Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 386-7873

American Autoimmune Related Disease Association

*Addresses autoimmunity, the major cause of chronic diseases, and its widening scope of related medical problems *Provides patients with information and referrals nationwide resulting in better patient adherence to treatment plans and disease management *Lobbies state and federal government to fund efforts for research

Services: Disease/Disability Information, General Health Education Programs, Immunology

19176 Hall Rd, Ste 130

Clinton Township, MI 48038

(586) 776-3900

American Breast Cancer Foundation

*Financial assistance on limited basis for both men and women who have a doctor's referral, are uninsured and whose income falls 300% below the federal poverty level for screening and diagnostic procedures such as mammogram, ultrasound, biopsy, and surgical consults *Education and Community Advocacy Program - connects diagnosed breast cancer patients with resources including living expenses, medical expenses, transportation, and legal services *Website offers the "Animated Patient Series" and a library that includes educational information on exams, mammography, risks, breast cancer stages, and treatments

Services: Cancer Detection, Medical Care Expense Assistance, Medical Information Services

10440 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Ste 300

Columbia, MD 21044

(844) 219-2223

American Cancer Society

*Information on research, education, advocacy, and services available for cancer patients, survivors, family and friends, and health care professionals *Topics: include local low-cost medical referrals where available, prevention, early detection, treatment, clinical trials, coping, support group referrals, the Cancer Survivors Network, statistics, research programs, and how to donate or volunteer with ACS *National hotline also offers information and referral for the Breast and Cervical Cancer screening sites in Florida

Services: Cancer Detection, Clinical Trials, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

3380 Chastain Meadows Pkwy NW, Ste 200

Kennesaw, GA 30144

(800) 227-2345

American Diabetes Association

*Diabetes information representatives provide information about nutrition, pre-diabetes and diabetes care and management *Can give referrals for testing, patient education programs, support groups and local chapters in many cities *Camp scholarships for children/youth are sometimes available *Information can be mailed upon request and members can receive a bi-monthly magazine *Chat option available on website

Services: General Health Education Programs, Medical Information Services

2451 Crystal Dr, Ste 900

Arlington, VA 22202

(800) 342-2383

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