The Autism Speaks 100 Day Kit and the Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Tool Kit were created specifically for newly diagnosed families to make the best possible use of the 100 days following their child’s diagnosis of autism or AS/HFA.

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Celebrate Father’s Day and be part of ending prostate cancer. Join ZERO’s 30 Days for Dad campaign by sending your dad an e-card, donating, hosting an event in his honor, or sharing his story and photo on social media.

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Ability Connection New Mexico is part of the Ability Connection umbrella that has been providing vital care and support to people with disabilities for over 59 years. Today, one in five people have a disability – which is why our services are so important

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.

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Angel Eyes is the only statewide organization in Colorado offering short and long term professional bereavement support to families whose lives have been impacted by SIDS.

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Cystic fibrosis is an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States (70,000 worldwide).

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Learn something new about living with a disability, and help overcome misunderstandings and misinformation.

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HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. It is the virus that causes AIDS. A member of a group of viruses called retroviruses, HIV infects human cells and uses the energy and nutrients provided by those cells to grow and reproduce.

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Dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities by providing highly skilled service dogs at no cost to the recipient.

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Thalassemia is the name of a group of genetic blood disorders. To understand how thalassemia affects the human body, you must first understand a little about how blood is made.

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Abrazos Family Support Services provides a variety of specialized educational, health, developmental and parent support services that help families to meet the special needs of their infants, children, and adult family members with disabilities.

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People who sustain a head injury maintain a strong sense of self and often become frustrated because they remember what they could do before their injury.

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We are MS activists on the frontline, moving together and speaking with one clear voice to advance federal, state and community policies and programs that benefit people with MS and their families. Become an MS activist today.

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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. amfAR News and Publications.

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Camp Heartland has provided fun, exciting and progressive camp experiences to kids living with or affected by AIDS.

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More than 20 percent of all Americans with AIDS/HIV do not know they are infected, and many of them pass on the virus to others.

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Support groups are a great resource for people to maintain control over their lives, to give and take the wisdom and experience that comes from living with a devastating illness.

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The ALS Association chapter is a multi-faceted grass-roots organization that carries out The ALS Association’s mission and strategic goals at the community level.

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Most services and resources are provided by St. Peter’s ALS Regional Center at no charge to the patient and family.

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Provides prosthetics for individuals without other disabilities resources to obtain them and raises awareness of challenges facing amputees.

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DSG is proud to host and annual educational conference which brings together experts in the field who discuss best practices in working with individuals with Down syndrome. DSG hosts seminars and workshops throughout the year to provide ongoing support.

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Children with special needs are especially vulnerable to drowning and other water hazards. The aquatics program provides instructors with the tools to help protect children with disabilities.

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The Tourette Association of America’s Education Specialist, Kathy Giordano, provides in-depth answers to all of your questions related to Tourette Syndrome and Education.

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Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) considered to be on the “high functioning” end of the spectrum.

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Athlete Leadership Programs for people with disabilities are about breaking down our internal barriers that keep athletes from fully enjoying Special Olympics through self-directed, meaningful participation in virtually any aspect of the program.

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The Autism Speaks Employment Tool Kit was designed to help you research, find and keep employment in the current, competitive labor market.

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The Autism Speaks Baker Summer Camp Program selects eligible camps in the United States to identify qualified campers and offer scholarship funds for financially disadvantaged children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to attend a summer camp.

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Family Services Community Grants are awarded to providers to increase their capacity to service individuals with autism.

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Coordinators are available to respond to family inquires and requests by phone 888-AUTISM2 (288-4762) or email at familyservices@autismspeaks.org. Learn more about autism services such a 100 Day Kit and many more.

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For those who want to learn more about autism, browse the latest books, magazine articles, educational manuals, software, and much more.

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Californians in Sonoma, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego embody the mission of Autism Speaks in their local communities. This year Sacramento and Modesto have joined our grassroots initiatives.

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Autism speaks is dedicated to providing information, tools, and resources to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by autism. For more information call 1-888-AUTISM2.

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The focus of Autism Speaks Family Services Community Grants is on proposals that serve to build the field of services for individuals with autism and expand the capacity to effectively serve this growing community.

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a group of developmental disabilities that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges.

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This workshop will provide an overview of the diagnostic process of Autism Spectrum Disorders and will provide an overview of the systems and services available to support children on the Autism Spectrum.

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Despite the existence of compelling research and statistics about the importance of safe sleep in reducing our nation’s high rate of infant mortality, the number of babies who die in adult beds and other unsafe sleep environments is on the rise.

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Side by Side members and staff educate caregivers and professionals who work closely with individuals with brain injury. They conduct regular educational sessions and conferences as well as facilitate caregiver support group meetings.

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Side by Side members participate in a robust day program in which they relearn many of the vocational and social skills they’ve lost as a result of their brain injury. Members also regularly give back to the community through volunteer opportunities at

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Members work one-on-one with Side by Side staff to set individual goals to increase their independence and overall life satisfaction. Staff also provides resource coordination, therapeutic support services, independent life skills training and other servi

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The Survivor’s Voice section offers creative writing, poetry and first person narratives from the sole perspective of survivor’s of brain injury.

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Even one child being bullied anywhere is one too many, but reports indicate that over 160,000 children stay home from school every day due to bullying issues! Often families affected by Tourette Syndrome contact TSA to share their experiences and seek sup

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The Burn Institute reaches thousands of children and adults each year through fire and burn prevention education, burn survivor support programs and the funding of burn care research and treatment.

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Fire kills thousands of people, including over 500 children, each year. Through community events, partnering fire departments, open houses, schools, hospitals and other agencies, AARBF is able to reach hundreds of families who are suffering from burns.

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If you are reading this, chances are you or someone you know has already experienced what thousands of others do each year – a burn injury.

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First known as the Institute for Burn Medicine, the Burn Institute was founded in 1972 by a dedicated physician, Dr. Hugh Frank, and a group of community leaders.

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Contract with Opportunity Village for packaging, shredding, document imaging, button creation and more! Opportunity Village trains, places and supervises its clients with disabilities in all sorts of jobs at locations throughout Southern Nevada.

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This interactive Due Date Calculator will help you estimate the date your baby will arrive. Pregnancy usually lasts 280 days (40 weeks) from the first day of the woman’s last menstrual period.

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RMHC-KC hosts Camp ChiMer, a summer camp for children’s disease specifically geared for 45-50 children ages nine to 17 who are undergoing peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis or who have had a renal transplant.

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Youth burn survivors from around Arizona are invited to attend the week-long Arizona Children’s Burn Camp, “Camp Courage”, up at the Pine Summit campground in the Prescott National Forest each year.

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Camp Twin Lakes provides life-changing camp experiences to children with serious illnesses, disabilities and other challenges through week-long summer camps and year-round weekend retreats at three fully-accessible and medically-supported campsites, and t

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One week overnight camp for young people ages 12-28 living with epilepsy and other developmental disabilities.

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Newly expanded to include partners, Caregiver-to-Caregiver allows husbands, wives, partners or companions of people with young onset Parkinson’s Disease to develop the same kind of unique, personal support their partners have enjoyed through Person-to-Per

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Caring for a person with Huntington’s Disease is a monumental task. You will work with a variety of professionals: doctors, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, psychologists and other specialists.

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Case managers assist people living with AIDS to assess ongoing needs, develop a plan to meet these needs and connect people to community resources.

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The information will help you be more educated and involved in your eye doctor’s treatment through diagnosis, surgery and recovery.

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Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders that affect a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture.

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Comprehensive support is provided on a daily basis for individuals with disabilities and their families in South Carolina.

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United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona’s, (UCP) Therapy program include therapists who work with children at the Laura Dozer Center’s therapy clinic or the child’s natural environment, such as the home or daycare.

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Today about 1 in 3 kids is overweight or obese. And studies show that overweight kids are likely to become overweight and obese adults. Scroll down to learn more about childhood obesity and its causes.

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The Ronald McDonald Family Room is a special place within Children’s Mercy Hospital where inpatient families with children’s disease can rest and still be close to their child. It offers a comfortable, home-like environment including a living room area

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The Advocacy and Health Policy department focuses on protecting children’s health through influencing federal, state and local public policy decisions. We also engage with stakeholders outside the policy arena on issues and projects focused on children.

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The Children’s Heart Center team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital specializes in pediatric cardiology, intensive care, cardiac anesthesiology, and cardiothoracic surgery. Our comprehensive, multidisciplinary team provides the best possible care for complex

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The most critical period of learning and development is the first five years of a child’s life. Equally important are the supports and services for cerebral palsy that the family and child receive from the educational and other social service agencies.

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Services are provided in a self-directed model in which individuals receiving services and their families’ partner with the Arc of NC to hire, train and manage their own staff.

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There are three basic kinds of camps for children and youths with epilepsy. Most of them are co-ed, meaning that while campers are segregated by gender during sleeping hours, they commingle for most programs and meals.

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It is vital to reach out across Colorado to bring about SIDS awareness, prevention and risk reduction education. Parent education should address comprehensive strategies to reduce risks, such as Safe to Sleep® recommendations.

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Community guides are available to serve most areas of the state by assisting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in locating and coordinating community resources to help meet a wide range of needs.

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At Phoenix Children’s Hospital, they have made a commitment to improving the health and lives of all children in our community – not just the ones they see as patients. Learn more about various programs for prevention of childhood diseases.

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Learn more about the community sponsored programs such as women’s wellness forum, assistance program for dialysis patients, health and care fair, community grants, Vials Of Life program and community scholarships.

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Special Olympics Florida conducts eight State Championships every year. These events are the culmination of an athletes with disabilities, training and competition cycle for a specific sports season.

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Computers with adaptive input devices for assessment, training and/or personal computer time enabling individuals with disabilities to improve skills, cognizance and confidence through technology. Tulsa area.

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Minnesota Chapter clubs, groups, social gatherings and mentor program are primarily about relationships and community. People whose lives are touched by multiple sclerosis can connect with others while engaging in lively discussion and gaining valuable insight.

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Connections includes educational information, medical and research updates, current events, success stories, community group listings, fund raising information’s and other pertinent topics related to supporting individuals with Down syndrome.

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AARBF maintains offices in Burbank (Southern California), Fresno (Central California) and San Francisco (Northern California). The headquarter office is in Burbank, CA which helps those who suffer from burns.

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Formerly known as DOORWAYS’ Supportive Housing Facility (DSHF), Cooper House serves people who are unable to live independently as a result of HIV/AIDS. It is the only program of its kind in the region and was one of the first in the United States to pr

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Read the stories of the children experiencing homelessness who come to Covenant House, often suffering from mental health issues such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and suicide attempts.

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Provides support and education for people living with Crohn’s or Colitis while also funding leading research activities. Support Camp Oasis, a co-ed residential camp for kids with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

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Cure 4 Kids provides continuing medical education focusing on cancer, pediatrics, oncology, and global communication tools to health care professionals and scientists worldwide. Explore this free child disease resource and start collaborating worldwide!

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Children and young adults with cystic fibrosis (CF) go to school and college. They can be expected to and do take part in school activities, including sports and other extracurricular activities.

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Today’s healthcare landscape can be hard to navigate. A growing number of people with cystic fibrosis are finding themselves facing difficult choices about their or their child’s healthcare — even postponing care and cutting back on medications —

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The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation produces a variety of publications and videos designed to inform and educate those in the CF community about important topics relating to science investments and discoveries, as well as medical treatment and progress.

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Dance for Parkinson’s is modeled after a national dance program designed to empower participants to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative.

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Day Habilitation supports people with developmental disabilities who have higher needs for more intense training in order to make their community experience, and the experience of the community, more positive.

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Camping Sessions run from mid-June to early August. Both overnight and day sessions are offered. Financial aid is available to eligible campers with disabilities.

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Multi-day sports competitions where Special Olympics athletes with disabilities from across Georgia, the Southeast, the United States and/or other countries come together to participate in competitions.

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You can be a blessing to a child with special health needs by participating in Holiday Helpers, The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital’s annual gift drive for people with disabilities.

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Opportunity Village believes that people with intellectual disabilities and their families should have choices in where and how they are served. So, Opportunity Village provides a variety of different programs which provide men and women with all levels o

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Arc of Onondaga provides a wide variety of services to people with developmental disabilities and their family members. Click the link to see a full list of services.

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Store that provides an opportunity to purchase items that support athletes with disabilities.

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There are as many ways to support Camp Korey as there are individual talents—please see the volunteer areas below and click through to view the opportunities for children with disabilities.

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Volunteers are a vital part of fulfilling the hospital’s mission of maximizing the potential of patients with complex medical needs and disabilities, as they provide valuable services that contribute to the care and comfort of patients and their familie

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You can help make a difference in the life of a child with disabilities at The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital by purchasing needed items through our basic needs list or through one of our departmental or special events wish lists.

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Enhance the daily living for adults with developmental and other disabilities through employment, education, and life skills training, leading to improved interaction in the larger community.

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NHF’s discussion groups offer you an opportunity to ask questions, solicit opinions, and have wide-ranging discussions on a variety of issues with people in the bleeding and clotting disorders community.

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DSG provides Down syndrome awareness presentations to hospitals, therapists, service providers, civic groups, schools and churches. DSG released the “Just Like You” DVD which was awarded TASH’s 2013 “Positive Images in Media” award.

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Some of our families spend and extended amount of time in the hospital with their children due to medical complications. Down Syndrome Guild provides meal vouchers to offset expenses incurred.

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DSG partners with 40 school districts who have designated Down syndrome Specialists. They serve as liaisons between DSG, families and their individual districts.

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Quarterly new parent and extended family breakfasts are hosted at the Down Syndrome Guild center to welcome new and young families and provide support and resources.

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Early intervention program for disabilities serves families who have a child under three years old who has a significant delay in their development. Partners with local schools districts to determine eligibility for the program and then deliver services i

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Individuals with disabilities are employed at Starkey doing in-house work for local companies, from bagging small parts to assembly work, mail processing, fulfillment, packaging and recycling of computers and other electronics.

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The Epilepsy Foundation Northwest offers downloadable brochures for a variety of topics related to epilepsy.

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Being safe is important. Learn how to make your surroundings safer to prevent injury if a seizure occurs. Teach others what to do if they see a person having a seizure.

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For people with epilepsy seeking funding for educational purposes there are many options. Chris McCarthy Summer Camp Scholarship and Heath Scholarship.

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Capabilities provides service coordination to individuals diagnosed with epilepsy, other developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injury.

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Formed in 1968, the Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.

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Competitive and Supportive Employment programs prepare, support and assist potential employees with epilepsy and other disabilities to secure community employment.

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The barriers, physical or otherwise, people with disabilities face begin with people’s attitudes — attitudes often rooted in misinformation and misunderstanding. Easter Seals provides answers to help everyone create solutions that change lives… maybe e

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Support services are specifically tailored to meet the needs of both the spina bifida individual and the family involved and may include, but are not limited to: Information & Referral, Service System Orientation & Support, Health & Medical Information.

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State funded program to provide individualized supports to families who are caring for a family member with developmental disabilities/delays, including connecting them with resources and providing limited financial help.

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Camp Korey hosts family weekends during the off-season from our Summer Camp sessions, typically during Spring and Fall. Family Camp offers support and recreation for those affected by childhood disabilities—which includes not just the individual child,

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Our Developmental Specialists are available to assess the development of children ages birth to three years who live in Sandoval or Bernalillo Counties of New Mexico. If you do not live in that area, we can help you to identify an agency in your area that

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Parents often have questions regarding their child’s screening and eye health. Review these frequently asked questions for answers.

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The Minnesota AIDS Project offers limited emergency financial aid to individuals and families living with HIV. Financial assistance can help pay utility bills, rent, or medical costs.

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“First Responders” are those public safety officials – such as police officers or firefighters – who respond to emergency situations.

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The Forever Courage House is a shelter for family members of critically burned patients who are receiving treatment at the Arizona Burn Center, Maricopa Medical Center; the Grossman Burn Center, St. Luke’s Medical Center; and for families of severe trauma

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More than 100,000 people have learned their risks for kidney disease by having a free screening from the American Kidney Fund. Check below to find out if there is a screening near you, and check back often for updates.

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Screenings that evaluate your risk for kidney disease via one or more of the following tests: blood pressure, urine test, blood draw.

Program designed for adults that teaches the skills and techniques that have been proven to help smokers quit; available as a group clinic, an online program and a self-help book. Some fees do apply for this lung disease program.

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People with TS share these concerns with everyone else in the workplace, but for their own special reasons. Although some people do suffer muscle pains, hoarseness or even injuries due to tics, TS is rarely “disabling†in the usual sense of the word

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amfAR publishes a wide range of educational materials and engages respected public figures, HIV/AID scientists, and policy makers in diverse efforts to communicate the Foundation’s message and the need for AIDS research.

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The GMT Initiative (formerly the MSM Initiative) provides financial and technical support to community organizations working to reduce the spread and impact of HIV among gay men, other men who have sex with men, and transgender individuals (collectively,

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Works collaboratively with the Legislature and the Administration to insure that the well-being of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities is a priority both legislatively and in each fiscal budget.

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The money raised by the Gracie Lee Haught Children’s Memorial Fund is set aside, in its entirety, in a money market account for children’s health programs and family assistance for children’s medical bills.

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Join the facial hair growing phenomenon and support men and families impacted by prostate cancer. Grow&Give is a fun activity for individuals and organizations alike to raise funds and awareness to help end prostate cancer.

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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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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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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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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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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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The curriculum includes coloring & activity sheets, creative follow up & additional activities. The program is flexible enough to use in a variety of environments, incorporating interactive media to convey important safety messages about brain and injury

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Influenza, or Flu, is a serious respiratory illness. It is easily spread from person to person and can lead to severe complications, even death.

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The Hydrocephalus Association provides support, education and advocacy for people whose lives have been touched by hydrocephalus and the professionals who work with them. We strive to ensure that families are empowered with educational materials, informed

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The Burn Institute reaches thousands of children and adults each year through fire and burn prevention education, burn survivor support programs and the funding of burn care research and treatment.

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MGFA has a variety of printed materials available for printing or downloading. The Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGFA) produces and distributes informational pamphlets available to the general public.

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Homeless single mothers and fathers living with HIV/AIDS in Saint Louis find vital services that allow these parents to maintain independence and provide a safe and stable environment in which they can raise their children. This support allows for happier

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Because it is uncommon and differs from typical adult-onset Huntington’s Disease, in both the neurological symptoms and the ways that it changes the lives of the individuals and families that it affects, juvenile onset HD presents unique challenges to aff

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Because kidney disease often has no symptoms, it can go unnoticed until it is very advanced. But there’s good news. Taking steps to live a healthy lifestyle can go a long way towards reducing risk, and early detection and treatment can slow or prevent the

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The American Kidney Fund advocates for policies to improve the health of millions of Americans and their families who are living with, or are at risk of developing, kidney disease.

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The goal of the Clinical Scientist in Nephrology (CSN) Program is to improve the quality of care provided to kidney disease patients and to promote clinical research in nephrology.

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This series of kidney disease fact sheets includes an overview of treatment options as well as individual fact sheets on transplant, peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis, medical management and vascular access.

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Our Patient Information Help Line, NKF Cares, offers support for people affected by kidney disease, organ donation or transplantation. It’s designed just for patients, family members and caregivers. Speak with a trained professional who will answer your questions.

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Since January 2012, we have successfully processed and issued thousands of Safety Net Grants, maximizing our available budget for the prevention of kidney disease.

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The American Kidney Fund fights kidney disease through direct financial support to patients in need; health education; and prevention efforts.

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Through the Health Insurance Premium Program (HIPP), the American Kidney Fund pays Part B Medicare, Medigap, commercial, and COBRA premiums for dialysis patients who have insufficient income and savings and have kidney disease.

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Autism Speaks’ multi-year Ad Council public service advertising campaign stresses the importance of recognizing the early signs of autism and seeking early intervention services.

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A club that provides friendship and recreational opportunities for teens and young adults (ages 15 and above) with disabilities or special needs.

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With nearly one in three children in the United States being overweight or obese, now is the time to support the health of our next generation. We work with schools, communities, businesses and healthcare to create healthier places for youth to spend thei

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The nation’s leading non-profit that facilitates, advocates and promotes education, support and research for prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.

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The American Liver Foundation’s Treatment Choices Initiative (TCI) is an education program targeted to individuals who have or are at high risk of hepatitis C infection and liver disease.

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While living with PD can be challenging there is hope. Hope in the fact, that there are things you can do to maintain your quality of life and live well.

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Children and young adults with cystic fibrosis (CF) go to school and college. They should be expected to and take part in school activities, including sports and other extracurricular activities.

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SBA provides many of its direct services through a nationwide network of Chapters and support groups. Chapters provide public and professional education, information, and support on a community level.

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Through programs and services in communities across North Carolina, we promote healthy pregnancies and babies, and work to prevent premature birth and birth defects.

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There are many forms of lung disease. Use our Lung Disease Finder to get the facts and learn about symptoms, causes, treatments and more.

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Health care professionals available for questions about lung disease, allergies, smoking cessation, asthma, environmental health and emphysema. For more information call 1-800-LUNG-USA.

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A free-standing pediatric subspecialty center that provides comprehensive and integrated diagnostics and treatments for children with autism, other developmental disabilities, and chronic medical problems.

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Healing the Children, Florida Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer organization with a 501(c) (3) I.R.S. tax exemption dedicated to providing donated healthcare to children in need. Healing the Children envisions a world where every child has access to medical

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Our experienced, licensed medical professionals provide specialized head injury rehabilitation services for those with traumatic or non-traumatic brain injuries, including physical, occupational and speech therapies.

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services can connect you to resources and caseworkers who can help you address insurance questions and problems.

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The ALS Association is working everyday to support people with ALS and their families, including our heroes who have served in the military and who are approximately twice as likely to develop ALS as those who have not served.

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Vocational Services – Monarch is Arc of Onondaga’s vocational division. This division includes two work centers, a recycling facility, a woodworking shop, enclaves (Community Based Employment) and supported employment for people with disabilities (Employm

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MGFA is committed to finding a cure for MG, improving treatment options, and providing information and support to people with myasthenia gravis through research, education, advocacy, and community support programs.

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The Patient Assistance and Services Information list is a broad directory of external resources we direct people to in response to many frequently-asked questions or requests for assistance we receive in the national office.

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The APDA National Young Onset Center offers Parkinson’s Disease programs and services that focus on education, wellness and building a strong support base. Provides personalized and confidential one-to-one service.

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New Horizons empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to fulfill their dreams. Through partnerships, community education, and advocacy, we create a brighter future in which our clients are accepted by, participate in, and add value to the comm

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This section contains a tremendous amount of information for parents of children with bleeding disorders. Additional information is available through HANDI. As you learn more, you will begin to learn how to take control of your child’s health.

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Receiving a diagnosis of ALS is challenging and overwhelming. There is so much to know, a great deal to consider, and typically a host of questions.

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Being diagnosed with Crohn’s or colitis can be overwhelming to say the least. Get tips and support from other Crohn’s & Colitis Community members who are going through the same thing.*

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The Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is one of the largest NICUs in the nation and a Level III nursery, which is the highest certification given by the Arizona Perinatal Trust to prevent childhood disease.

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This is our obesity programs page and the place you can get quick access to all the programs you are involved in at the Alliance.

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The Program Team available to support families via a call or a home visit with children with autism. Contact the Program Team directly at 602-773-5772.

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Opportunity Village believes that people with intellectual disabilities and their families should have choices in where and how they are served. So, Opportunity Village provides a variety of different programs which provide men and women with all levels o

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Children and adults with disabilities and other special needs find the highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easter Seals Washington. Our mission is accomplished through the following core programs and services

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The Outstate Permanent Supportive Housing Program works with grassroots, community-based and faith-based organizations which have a history of providing housing and related assistance to poor and disadvantaged persons, in an effort to develop comprehensiv

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The Own Home program serves HIV/AIDS clients throughout a broad geographic range that includes seven counties in Missouri and eight counties in Illinois by: 1) helping clients locate and secure safe, affordable housing, and (2) assisting clients who face

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Free classes throughout the Denver and Boulder metro area on a weekly basis. Classes include: Balance & Agility, Yoga and Tai Chi.

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Calls are generally answered live, and messages returned within 24 hours. Discuss Parkinson’s and it’s effects on the individual and family, make home visit requests, and well as community resources.

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Have you or a loved one been recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD)? Are you adjusting to life several years into PD? Do you need help finding a physician or a support group or managing your medications? Ask the experts at PDF your questions.

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PSCKY is a statewide resource offering assistance and education to Parkinson patients and their families after diagnosis.

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PDF keeps an unpublished listing of Parkinson’s support groups and we would like to invite you to be a part of the list or to call us to find a group in your community.

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Gain access to a comprehensive listing of articles, checklists, books, DVDs, videos, webcasts and web sites to help you learn more about PD.

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Critical information for both persons with Parkinson’s and their caregivers to help them understand the disease, know what to expect and where to go for additional assistance.

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Providing innovative care and services to support, educate, and inform the region’s 25,000 individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease to maximize wellness and quality of life.

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Annual workshops to provide latest information on new research, treatments and resources for people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers.

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Attendees participate in one hour of seated Parkinson’s exercise, followed by lunch and games. Caregivers are encouraged to use this time respite.

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Kentucky’s only comprehensive pediatric facility, providing acute care to all children regardless of ability to pay.

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Pregnant? Just thinking about it? You must have a lot of questions. We have answers.

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Through education and intervention, we help moms-to-be learn how to take care of themselves before, during and after their pregnancy.

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As an expectant parent, there is so much to learn about caring for your unborn baby and even more to learn about caring for your newborn once you’re home from the hospital.

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The Nation’s leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to preventing blindness and saving sight. Our vision screenings help preschoolers at risk of vision loss from lazy eye (amblyopia), school children who depend on good vision for l

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The Learn it! Check it! Live it! Toolkit can help adults learn what may be putting them at risk for kidney disease, important screening tests, and ways to live a healthy lifestyle to help prevent kidney disease.

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Special Olympics Colorado programs for people with disabilities are divided into 6 geographic areas: Denver Area, Mile High Area, Northeast Area, Southeast Area, Southwest Area, Western Area.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico, with locations in Rio Rancho and Albuquerque, offers children ages 5 to 18 a safe, fun and educational place to spend their time when not in school.

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NAP strives to provide innovative and effective programs or services to meet the needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS and the overall community.

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An employment placement and training program for adults with developmental disabilities and provides transition services designed to assist schools in developing and implementing quality transition plans for students in special education programs.

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This two hour course gives officers a basic understanding of brain injury and provides video demonstrations of how to recognize and manage encounters with people who have brain injuries.

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Know a prostate cancer patient that needs help with financial resources, insurance issues, and understanding treatment options? ZERO360, a free service offering customized patient support can be a lifesaver.

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This database is an invaluable resource for and provides detailed information such as; does the provider offer inpatient or outpatient treatment, do they work as a team or on an individual basis, do they provide only evaluation or do they also offer diagn

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The Public Education program at Ability Connection provides valuable educational services to families, caregivers and disability professionals who are responsible for taking care of (or overseeing the care of) a person with a disability.

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Make-A-Wish® Kansas is committed to the vision of granting the wish of every eligible Kansas child. We rely on wish referrals to help us reach more kids with children’s disease every year and grant them a wish that changes lives, forever.

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Angel Flight West arranges free air transportation on private aircraft in response to medical and other compelling human needs.

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The Residential program serves people affected by HIV/AIDS who are capable of independent living, but who’s financial and health issues limit their ability to pay fair market rent. Many of the individuals and families in the DOORWAYS Residential Program

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Through its 40-plus homes in Sedgwick County, Starkey offers a variety of living options for people with disabilities. From apartment buildings with one-bedroom units and limited on-site staff support to homes with overnight staffing and supervision, Star

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Offer living opportunities in various types of certified group homes throughout the Capital District, allowing residents with disabilities active involvement in daily programs, around-the-clock supervision and support to enhance and maintain independence

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The Epilepsy Association has many resources on our website, from support groups, medication assistance, summer camp, clinical trials, monthly newsletter, events around Oklahoma and many others.

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Respite provides short-term care and supervision for the child with autism to provide relief for the parents or caregivers. It may take place in the child’s home, in the community, or in the home of the respite provider (with prior authorization only).

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Offer a variety of Respite Services to meet the schedule needs of working families and caregivers of individuals with disabilities, as well as to provide them with a break from the constant care and everyday routines.

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Nebraska AIDS Project provides free, confidential and anonymous HIV testing and counseling, with results available the same day. Free HIV testing and counseling is available at NAP locations in Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney and Scottsbluff.

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Is located inside Wesley Medical Center adjacent to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and down the hall from Pediatrics. This unique space is where families of children’s disease can get away to relax and reflect without leaving the hospital.

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A “Home Away From Home” for thousands of families with children’s disease every year who receive medical treatment for a sick or injured child, the Ronald McDonald Houses offer a warm and welcoming place to sleep, as well as full kitchen facilities, l

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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

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Some work environments pose many possible hazards for people with epilepsy, while others may not be suitable for someone with seizures.

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San Jose Firefighters Burn Foundation is committed to being a proactive educational and financial presence for the advancement in treatment and care of burn survivors and their families.

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The purpose of this kit is to provide helpful information about students with autism and tools and strategies to achieve positive interactions and increase learning for all members of the school community.

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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,

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Thanks to the efforts of The ALS Association, key members of Congress, advocates and the Department of Veterans Affairs, ALS has been listed as a disease entitled to presumptive service connection.

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Sickle Cell Disease Association provides leadership on a national level to create awareness of the negative impact of sickle cell disease on the health, economic, social and educational well-being of the individual and his or her family and to create awar

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A Program of First Candle funded in part by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Tools for effective advocacy are knowledge of the issues, development skills and connections with supports, provided with resources for spins bifida.