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Covenham Reservoir, Fire Beacon Lane, Covenham, St. Bartholomew, Lincolnshire, Lincoln, England LN11 0PA, United Kingdom
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DISABLED PERSONS AND FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM (DPFS) ADULT GERO
PO Box 95025 Lincoln, NE, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509, United States of America
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Disability Services
117 Louise Pound Hall, P.O. Box 880335, Lincoln, NE, Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0355, United States of America
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ABLED, INC. ADULT
7562 Upton Gray Lane, Lincoln, NE, Lincoln, Nebraska 68516, United States of America
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Nebraska Occupational Health Center 26th St Lincoln
4451 N 26th St, Ste 1000, Lincoln, NE, Lincoln, Nebraska 68521, United States of America
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Bishop Grosseteste University Disability Services
Student Advice, Bishop Grosseteste University, Longdales Road, Lincoln, Lincoln, England LN1 3DY, United Kingdom
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PAACT - Lincoln
PAACT - Lincoln
Ss Peter and Paul, Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln, England LN6 7RB, United Kingdom
We are a support group for parents or carers of children and young people onthe autistic spectrum. We hold evening meetings on the first Thursday of every month at 7.30pm and daytime meetings at 10am on the third Thursday of the month during term.
Developmental Outcomes (DEBO)
1201 S. 7th Lincoln, NE, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502, United States of America
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Acacia Hall (Kisimul)
Acacia Hall (Kisimul)
Acacia Hall, Shortwood Lane, Friesthorpe, Lincoln, England LN3 5AL, United Kingdom
Kisimul Upper School, at Acacia Hall. All our pupils have Statements of educational need which recommend programmes of education to address autism, learning disabilities, global developmental delay, and challenging behaviour.
Fortuna School
Kingsdown Road, Dodgingdon Park , Lincoln, England LN6 0FB, United Kingdom
A special school for primary aged children with emotional and behavioural difficulties that have prevented their educational needs being met in mainstream schools.
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