Pyramid Community Parent Resource Center
The Pyramid Parent Training Program is the community parent resource center established in 1991 by parents of children with disabilities. The program, funded through IDEA as a CPRC, is designed to support, assist, and provide expertise to parents in traditionally underserved areas of greater New Orleans. These underserved communities are those that have become isolated due to racial and/or cultural discrimination, language barriers, geographic locations (both rural and urban) and socio-economic factors. The program provides information and training on special education and disability legislation through workshops, newsletters, referrals, and one-to-one assistance.
People First of Louisana
Sharon Hennessy, Executive Director | firstname.lastname@example.org
606 Colonial Drive, Suite I | Baton Rouge, LA 70806 | (225) 383-1033 www.peoplefirstla.org
People First of Louisiana is part of a national coalition of organizations of people with disabilities. As a statewide organization they support people with disabilities to empower themselves to become effective decision makers, to gain independence, and to enjoy life as equal citizens of the United States of America. They also empower each other to actively participate in and contribute to their local communities.
Click here to listen to a webinar that outlines services regarding self-determination and self-advocacy.
Click here to download a flyer outlining an overview of services provided
Louisiana Assistive Technology Initatiative (LATI)
The mission of the Centers for Assistive Technology in the Central and South Central Regions is to foster the development of general knowledge regarding assistive technology and to promote the use of assistive technology for students with disabilities, therefore increasing their access to the general curriculum, social and vocational experiences.