Find enrollment forms and links to local, state and national resources. Resources on every level are worth exploring as they provide vital services and support. 

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DCO Resources

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Enrollment Forms

Find all the necessary forms to enroll in our adult and childcare programs and therapy services here.

DCO Resources
Early Child Care and Education
Technology and Learning Center
Adult Day Center
Community Based Learning
Employment Services
Therapy Services

Local Resources

Our local resources are a great place to find support. Learn more about other organizations you can take advantage of right here in the Ozarks.

Missouri Resources

Missouri offers various resources for children, individuals with disabilities and new parents. Learn more about services you may be eligible for as a Missouri resident. 

Natural Resources

The Accreditation Council

A resource for individuals, families, advocates, provider organizations, professionals and the public sector.

American Academy of Pediatrics

An organization of 50,000 pediatricians dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children and young adults.

The American Association on Mental Retardation

A national organization for professionals and others interested in the field of mental retardation.

Best Buddies

A national organization dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission promotes and improves the quality, value and optimal outcomes of persons served by CARF-accredited programs.

Council for Exceptional Children

A professional organization dedicated to improving education outcomes for students with disabilities.

Epilepsy Foundation of America

A national organization for people affected by seizures through research, education, advocacy and service.

FRAXA Research Foundation

A national nonprofit organization providing information on Fragile X syndrome.

Family Network on Disabilities

A network dedicated to empowering parents.

Genetic Alliance

A national coalition of consumers, professionals and genetic support groups for concerns on genetic conditions.

The Hydrocephalus Association

An association dedicated to serving individuals with hydrocephalus. You can find a hydrocephalus fact sheet on their website.


A gateway consumer health information website from the United States Government.


The Job Accommodation Network provides accommodations for workers with disabilities.

National Association of Child Care Resources and Referral Agencies

An association dedicated to ensuring that families have access to high-quality, affordable child care.

National Association of the Education of Young Children

A professional organization that is dedicated to high-quality early learning for children ages birth through eight years old by connecting early childhood practice and support for all who care for, educate and work on behalf of young children.

National Association of the Family Child Care

This association is dedicated to providing high-quality child care.

The National Down Syndrome Society

The largest non-governmental supporter of Down Syndrome research in the United States, but also focuses on education and advocacy. Helpful, up-to-date news and referral services are also available.

National Organization for Rare Disorders

A network that delivers technical assistance and information dissemination on rare disorders.

Newborn Screening Portal

This CDC page is dedicated to providing more information about newborn screens you can use to identify disease or disability.

Safety Rules for Children

Essential rules to teach your children about safety at home and school.

Special Education Resources on the Internet

A collection of internet-accessible resources for individuals who are involved in special education.

U.S. Department of Education

The Department of Education promotes student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.

United Way

Access to local, national and international campaigns and projects. History and news about the United Way is also available.

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