This section is a collection of recipes that others have found useful for infants and children who struggle with feeding.
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.
Make a referral for any one with childhood illness that could lead to a making a wish come true.
Refuse to Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery by Shayne Moore and Kimberly McOwen Yim (with a foreword by Elisa Morgan) addresses how individuals, corporations, organizations and politicians can join the fight to end human trafficking.
Register your baseball player with disabilities here.
Angel Flight West arranges free air transportation on private aircraft in response to medical and other compelling human needs.
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
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
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
Find additional resources associated with different stages of Huntington’s disease.
Care for children with feeding struggles currently may differ from state to state and facility to facility.
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.
Resources available from The Arc of South Carolina that provide programs and services for people with disabilities.
Recreation programs provide activities in the community for both adults and teens with developmental disabilities.
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.
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.
Learn more about Community Health Charities’ causes to support women and girls.
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.
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