Community-based effort to help everyone, especially individuals with disabilities, plan and prepare for personal safety in emergencies, with planning tools and resources for people with disabilities, employers, building owners and managers, community and
Some work environments pose many possible hazards for people with epilepsy, while others may not be suitable for someone with seizures.
June is here and time for summer vacations! Does having epilepsy or having a child or family member with epilepsy alter your plans?
As the nation’s leading source for educational information for Crohn’s and Colitis patients and professionals, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America maintains an extensive collection of resources for people diagnosed with Crohn’s disease,
This episode is both impactful and insightful and will help viewers understand how to build a support team that includes teachers, school nurses, principals and other key school staff.
Creates opportunities for brothers and sisters of children with disabilities or special needs to meet other siblings and gain support in a fun atmosphere.
Your company’s success isn’t just in your employees’ hands. Its in their eyes.
Sign up for Arc of Onondaga’s mailing list for information about services for people with disabilities.
After months of waiting, you may find yourself counting the days until you finally get to meet your new baby.
Special events, family outings and play dates are scheduled throughout the year for kids with disabilities.
Since 1969, Special Olympics Connecticut (SOCT) has provided year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
We provide comprehensive speech and language evaluations and individual therapy for people with disabilities.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® of St. Louis provides a comfort, care and a “home-away-from-home” for families of seriously ill children. The Sponsor-A-Family program provides the lodging fees for families who are unable to afford it due to the mounti
Athletes with disabilities train & compete in Bocce, Golf, Power-Lifting, Basketball, Horse Shoes, Bowling, Track & Field, Softball, Flag Football & Equestrian.
Charity Spotlight: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States.
Huntington’s Disease – a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder for which there is no cure or treatment – slowly diminishes an affected individuals ability to walk, talk and reason.
Endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that affects at least 6.3 million women and girls in the United States.
A podcast hosted by Community health Charities that provides information about childhood diseases by interviewing representatives from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
St. Jude has affiliate clinics in six cities, including one in Springfield, Mo. The purpose of the affiliate clinics is to extend care and benefits to more children, to increase the number of children on St. Jude clinical trials and to provide support to
St. Margaret’s Center has the expertise in providing long-term, 24-hour medical care in a nurturing and home-like setting for people with disabilities.
The progression of Huntington’s disease (HD) can be divided into three stages, although some health care professionals divide it into five stages.
Special Teens Achieving Real Success provides social opportunities for teenagers with Down syndrome. STARS participants gather in a safe social environment while learning lie, pre-vocational and social skills which will help them succeed at home, school a
Check out Refugee Processing Center’s statistics on recent refugee admissions into the United States, including the top 10 languages spoken by arrived refugees, geographic mapping of arrivals, and much more.
Most people with cystic fibrosis can lead active lives – depending upon the severity of their disease – with routine therapies and regular visits to a Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-accredited care center.
Ground-breaking program has given over 200 teenagers and young adults with developmental disabilities experience in a supported work environment, learning communication, social, and teamwork skills.
Gleaning for the World shares four stories about the struggles different refugee families endured while fighting for survival in the middle-east.
CPI’s Structured Day Program for people with epilepsy mission is intended to afford individuals with TBI the opportunity to engage in meaningful life activities and increasing their self-esteem.
Camp Korey is specially designed for children with life-altering medical conditions and disabilities, and allows them to safely enjoy the activities of traditional camp.
Granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
A listing of support groups in the Pacific Northwest area.
Support groups provide a valuable service to individuals and families effected by Huntington’s disease. Learn about support groups throughout NY.
People with head injuries require special support obtaining and retaining employment.
Cancer Survivorship conducts clinical research to learn more about the late effects of cancer and its treatment and provides follow-up and supportive care after active treatment ends.
Cancer Survivorship conducts clinical research to learn more about the late effects of cancer and its treatment and provides follow-up and supportive care after active treatment ends for child disease.