Habilitation involves 1-to-1 intervention in the child’s home or the community, with clear goals designed to maximize functional skills and positive behavior for children with autism.

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Healthy Athletes is designed to help Special Olympics athletes with disabilities improve their health and fitness, leading to enhanced sports experience and improved well-being.

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Active lifestyles and healthy eating habits begin at home. Making small changes at home can lead to a long, healthy life for your family and help in the fight against obesity.

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Learn more how to create a healthy home environment by offering your kids nutritious options for family meals and snacks. But just eating healthy at home isn’t always enough. Educate your family about why healthy eating is important, and instill lifelon

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Schools are powerful places to shape the health, education and well-being of our children. The Alliance’s Health schools Program supports more than 15,000 schools across the U.S. in their efforts to create environments where physical activity and healthy

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Heartspring Pediatric Services offers outpatient physical, occupational and speech-language therapies; hearing services; behavioral intervention; educational testing for children; and free developmental screenings to families concerned about their child’s

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Heartspring World Disabilities Reach is dedicated to touching the lives of children all over the world through professional training and consultation, participation in international conferences and collaboration with individuals and organizations in other

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Helios Scholars at TGen is a paid, eight-week summer internship program in biomedical research open to Arizona high school, undergraduate, graduate and medical school students.

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Helmutt’s job at BIAF is to teach people about traumatic brain injuries and how to prevent them.This mascot and his informative series were designed to teach children and adults about the brain.

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Our schools program is built around a user-friendly science-based framework that anyone in any capacity can apply at their school. With clear steps for action, our framework gives you the knowledge and guidance you need to learn why and how to make your s

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Hemophilia B is the second most common type of hemophilia. It can also be known as factor IX deficiency, or Christmas disease.

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NHF is pleased to announce the development and completion of the NHF Camp Directory. This is a comprehensive national directory of camps for the bleeding disorders community collaboratively produced by NHF.

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Camp Notaclotamongus—In partnership with Gateway Hemophilia Association this sleep-away camp teaches hemophiliacs how to give their own lifesaving infusions.

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Accepts donated frequent flyer miles and provides round-trip tickets to wounded, injured and ill service members who are undergoing treatment at a military or VA medical center and their families.

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Opportunities to participate in advocacy efforts on HIV/AIDS issues; how to contact your representatives, learn about the legislative process, etc.

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Community Research Initiative (CRI) is an independent, nonprofit, community-based organization in New England dedicated to HIV and hepatitis C clinical research, treatment education, and financial assistance for approved HIV drug treatments and health ins

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amfAR utilizes formal requests for proposals to solicit grant applications for both targeted and general HIV/AIDS research.

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Horizons Article 16 Clinic provides therapeutic, clinical services to individuals with developmental disabilities, age 4 and up, to enhance their quality of life and help them achieve their fullest potential.

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Because we realize that hospital stays for children with serious illnesses can be lengthy, lonely and boring, especially for an energetic child, our volunteers visit our children when they are admitted into the hospital. Volunteers bring small gifts for t

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Accepts donated hotel points and provides lodging for the families of wounded, injured and ill service members who are undergoing treatment at a military or VA medical center when a Fisher House is not available.

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Awareness poster can be downloaded, printed, and distributed in your community. Available in Chinese, Indonesian, Korean, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese.

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Improve the lives of people with Huntington’s Disease and their families. Programs include support groups, counseling, Center of Excellence and Educational Conferences.

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The multi-disciplinary clinic specializes in the management of Huntington’s Disease and genetic testing for the disorder. The clinic is staffed by adult and pediatric neurologists, a social worker, a neuropsychiatric, therapy services, and a consulting ne

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Support can range from simply lending a helping hand to advising on financial issues and stress management. A Huntington’s Disease support group is also a place for people to share concerns and obtain emotional support.

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Participation in the clinical research process is the single most important thing HD families can do to help new and more effective treatments for Huntington’s Disease be developed.

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The HDSA Las Vegas Affiliate was established in 2011 to offer support locally to people who are impacted by Huntington’s Disease. It is estimated that over 8,000 Nevadans either are gene positive or are at risk for inheriting the disease.

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The purpose of Huntington’s Disease Society of America, San Diego Chapter is to help individuals affected by Huntington’s Disease and their families through support and services to educate both the public and health care professionals about Huntington’s D

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On this website you can learn about our challenges and goals, upcoming events, fundraising opportunities, and soon we’ll include some the stories of people’s brave struggles against the Huntington’s disease and dedicated researchers’ quest for scien

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