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1 North 16th Street, Wilmington, NC 28401, USA
1 North 16th Street Wilmington North Carolina 28401 US

The mission of Sandra Miles, DDS Family Dentistry is to “continue to provide comprehensive dental treatment in a comfortable environment, utilizing the latest technologies, while maintaining the utmost level of care in a professional atmosphere.”

Located near downtown Wilmington, Dr. Miles practice has been working to make your smile beautiful since 1996.

*Wheelchair access in rear of building

Always leave with a big smile
4.3[ Accessibility 4.00 | Adaptability 4.00 | Respect 5.00 ]

Dr. Miles has always treated me with dignity and respect. She allows me to stay in my power wheelchair for comfort and ease. If you are looking for a dentist, try this family-friendly practice.

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316 Princess Street, Wilmington, NC 28403, USA 1.53 km

The Clerk of Superior Court is elected for four years and must be a resident of the county in which he or she is elected. Unlike clerks of court in other states, the Clerk of Superior Court in North Carolina has numerous judicial functions.

As judge of probate, the Clerk has exclusive original jurisdiction over matters relating to the probate of wills, and the administration of estates, including appointing personal representatives, auditing their accounting, and removing them from office if necessary. The Clerk also presides over many other legal matters including adoptions, incompetency proceedings, condemnation of private lands for public use, and foreclosures. The Clerk is responsible for all clerical and record-keeping functions of the district and superior court. In addition, the Clerk receives and disburses money collected each year from court fees and fines. This is the office to which questions regarding guardianship should be directed, and to which annual accounting reports are to be submitted.

According to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts, in a publication dated April 3, 2017, New Hanover County does not have a designated Disability Access Coordinator for local courts. If accommodations, such as a sign language interpreter, are needed, call the office of the Clerk at the number above. Be prepared to provide the following essential information: the name of the individual needing assistance, the exact type of accommodation(s) needed, the case file number, the date and time of the trial or hearing, the status of the individual (plaintiff, defendant, juror, witness, court observer, other), and, if applicable, the contact information for the attorney representing the individual.

Both handicap parking and building access are available in the rear of the building.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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411 N Front St, Wilmington, NC 28401, USA 1.84 km
Gwen Morris, Asst. Dir; Aimee Helmus, Dir.Gwen Morris, Asst. Dir; Aimee Helmus, Dir.
910-362-7800910-362-7800
910-362-7745

Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) Disability Support  Services helps students who have documented disabilities receive accommodations for curriculum classes. This office assists with access issues as well. Accommodations include things such as extended time on tests, separate setting for tests, note takers, and sign language interpreters.

 

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302 Willard Street, Wilmington, NC 28401, USA 2.79 km

More than 500 athletes train year-round in thirteen different sports and compete in local, regional, and state-level events. Current sports include basketball, bocce, bowling, cheerleading, golf, powerlifting, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, and volleyball.

Special Olympics New Hanover County partners with Wilmington Parks & Recreation for use of facilities and equipment. Offices are located in downtown Wilmington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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140-c Cinema Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403, USA 3.52 km
Gloria Garton, Executive DirectorGloria Garton, Executive Director
910-815-6618910-815-6618
910-815-6658

The primary purpose of the disability Resource Center is to provide a variety of FREE services to people with disabilities, as well as those who support them, that will lead them to resources and assistance in order to maintain their independence or achieve more independence.
dRC serves people with disabilities living in the Cape Fear Region which includes the counties of New Hanover, Pender, Onslow, Columbus, and Brunswick. Knowing the transportation issues that many people with disabilities face, dRC will gladly provide consultations over the phone, in the home, or at our office.
The list of services dRC provides is extensive. For this reason, the following is a generalized list of some of the most frequently provided services we offer:

  • Information, resources, and referrals to services and supports in the Cape Fear region.
  • Information, resources, and referrals for affordable and accessible housing, including advocacy for individuals being mistreated by landlords or being denied accommodations, and education in signing a lease.
  • Financial assistance and help to individuals who have no home or are living in institutions to move back into the community of their choice.
  • Assistance in filing or appealing disability benefit claims.
  • Preparation for life after high school, including training in budgeting, self-advocacy, and asking for accommodations at work.
  • One-on-one training and support to individuals who are newly diagnosed with a disability and who must learn to live life differently.
  • Linking people with disabilities to social, recreational, and support groups and activities based on their interests.
  • Disability etiquette training.
  • Disability rights training and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Recommendations for assistive technology and work accommodations.
  • Improving job marketability and job searching skills.
  • Providing on-site accessibility surveys and recommendations for barrier removal.
  • Customized training for businesses, nonprofits, and church groups on a variety of disability-related topics.
  • Providing one-on-one emotional peer support in a safe, comforting, and attentive environment for times of distress and hopelessness.
  • Explaining to parents and students the IEP process, how it is supposed to work, and self-advocacy during the IEP meeting.
  • Providing a wide variety of classes intended to help individuals achieve greater independence, including budgeting, credit report repair especially relative to medical bills and financial setbacks, affording to buy a home while on disability, and using coupons to maximize savings on food expenses.
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341 S College Rd Ste 11, Wilmington, NC, 28403, USA 5.3 km

ACCESS of Wilmington strives to be a leading provider of sport and recreation opportunities for people living with disabilities in the Wilmington and surrounding areas. The Mission of ACCESS of Wilmington is to develop recreational programs and partnerships throughout Southeastern North Carolina to facilitate inclusive activities for individuals with disabilities and their families; thus, positively impacting their health, wellness, and quality of life. ACCESS’s current offerings consist of:

Miracle League baseball is held throughout the Fall, Spring and Summer Seasons for hundreds of children and adults with physical, developmental, and intellectual disabilities aging from 4 years old to 64 years old.

G.A.M.E.S. exercise program is held Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in the Spring and Fall at The Miracle Field for adults with disabilities.

Adaptive Sports: ACCESS of Wilmington strives to offer multiple competitive and recreational adaptive sport opportunities for those living with physical disabilities in the Southeastern North Carolina.

Experience with the Disabilities Community:

ACCESS of Wilmington, Inc. has been providing services to individuals with disabilities in Southeastern North Carolina since 2013. Hundreds of children and adults have benefitted from the services and resources provided through ACCESS.

Program Coordinator: Kayla Jakubczak, 910-685-1550, kayla@accessilm.org

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3534 South College Road, Suite F, Wilmington, NC, 28412, United States 7.29 km

Circle of Parents is a support group for parents of children with special needs and/or healthcare challenges. The group provides a friendly and supportive environment where anyone in a parenting role of children with special needs can find and share their successes and challenges together.

Meetings take place every Tuesday evening from 5:30-7:15pm at the Smart Start of New Hanover County offices (3534 South College Road, Suite F, Wilmington, NC, 28412). Free meals and children’s programming (ages birth to 12 years old) will be provided at each meeting. Inquire about the private Circle of Parents Facebook Page at the weekly meeting.

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5505 Business Dr Ste A, Wilmington, NC 28405, USA 7.4 km
Karen Gertz, Regional ManagerKaren Gertz, Regional Manager
910-796-6741910-796-6741
910-796-6751

HomeCare Management has eight offices in North Carolina providing services and various programs for adults and children with special needs. Our services reach out to individuals from regional offices in the following North Carolina counties: Iredell, Watauga, Columbus, New Hanover, Buncombe, Caldwell, Rutherford, and Edgecombe. We serve the surrounding counties of Henderson, Polk, Madison, Haywood, Cleveland, Burke, McDowell, Avery, Ashe, Alleghany, Wilkes, Alexander, Catawba, Lincoln, Yadkin, Surry, Stokes, Forsyth, Davie, Rowan, Stanly, Cabarrus, Union, Bladen, Robeson, Brunswick, Pender, Greene, Wilson, and Nash.

Experience with the Disabilities Community:

Founded in 1993, HomeCare Management is independently owned and operated. Our programs serve intellectually or developmentally disabled adults and children and people with physical disabilities. We assist individuals in reaching their fullest potential and in overcoming challenges that they may face on a daily basis.

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7336-3 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 28411, USA 11.41 km

Our Dance Studio provides recreational classes for all ages of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The young adult classes are for these students only, while our younger (child) students are in the general classes. Our classes are one hour a week and are for tap and jazz. We also have an advanced class that covers hip hop. I have been teaching these classes in my studio for 9 years and enjoy the personal relationships that I have made with each and every one of my students. They bring me so much joy every week and love teaching these classes. The students that I have had for a number of years have grown so much which is why we now offer the advanced classes for those that really enjoy dancing and want to learn even more. My assistant for the class is not only a dance teacher but has also been a one-on-one caregiver for many years.

Experience with the Disabilities Community:

I have taught these class for 9 years in my studio. I also like to support my students and have participated in the Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome, and The Gathering. Some of my students also work in the community, at McDonald’s and Beau’s coffee; and I love to visit them and work and show them my love support.

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200 Island Creek Rd, Rocky Point, NC 28457, USA 21.57 km
Deena Holmes, Program Dir.Deena Holmes, Program Dir.
910-270-5499910-270-5499
910-270-9417

ASAP provides services for people of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorders living in Pender, New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. Our goal is to help these special individuals gain skills and become more independent. Autism Support and Programs (ASAP) is accepting referrals for CAP recipients. Current services:

  • Home and Community Support – is a service intended to meet the habilitation and support needs of individuals living in their own home or family home. This service provides instruction and assistance to enable the individual to acquire and maintain skills that will allow him/her to function with greater independence in the community.
  • Personal Care – includes support, supervision and engaging participation with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene and other activities of daily living.
  • Respite – is a service that provides periodic relief for the family or primary caregiver as detailed in the Person Centered Plan.
  • Crisis Services – is a more intensive level of intervention that provides close supervision to the participant on an individual basis and assists during periods of time in which the person is presenting episodes of unmanageable and/or inappropriate behaviors that require specialized staff intervention. Crisis services provide one additional staff support person for supervision for the CAP-MR/DD waiver recipient, as needed during an acute crisis situation so that the recipient can continue to participate in his/her daily routine and/or residential setting without interruption.
  • Day Supports – provides assistance with acquisition, retention, or improvement in self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills, which takes place in a non-residential setting, separate from the home or facility in which the individual resides.
  • Individualized Caregiver Training and Education – provides training and counseling services for the individual and families of individuals served through waiver.

Experience with the Disabilities Community:

Judy Clark. Executive Director

  • 20 years providing Summer School programs for individuals on the autism spectrum
  • CFAC member 6 years, chair 4 years
  • ASNC Board member 3 years
  • Mom of 2 boys with autism

Deena Holmes. Programs Director

  • 9 years working direct care
  • QP and Program Director at ASAP

Kimberly Hill. QP

  • 16 years working with adults and children with IDD, MH and SA needs
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