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By Park Lawn Association
Start the riding season off by participating in Park Lawn’s 17th Annual Big Bikes Big Hearts Charity Motorcycle Ride on May 18.

By Sleepy Time Headrest Company
Headrest featured in the latest issue of School Bus Fleet News.

By Bear Givers
On Thursday, April 24th, Kennedy Krieger Institute will celebrate its 3rd Annual Art Exhibit, The Art of Unlocking Potential.

By Law Office of Nancy L. Holm, LLC
Individuals with special needs need our friendship and support, not our pity.

By Special Needs Soccer
[Port Washington, NY – April 21, 2014] Special Needs Soccer, Inc., a national adaptive soccer organization based in Port Washington, released the first set of complete practice plans for soccer organizations around the country working with challenged...

By SpecialNeedsWare
Special education technology startup, SpecialNeedsWare, launches AutisMate, a comprehensive learning, life skill and communication platform, for Android.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Liz Holzknecht Surpasses Fundraising Goal of $1,000; Sister Attended Camp For Eight Years Before Passing in 2013

By Carriage Trade PR
For Autistic Awareness Month The Caring Easter Bunny Welcomes Children with Different Abilities on April 12 (SAVANNAH, GA) On Saturday, April 12, the Caring Bunny will be greeting families at the lower level of Center Court in the Savannah Mall, located..

By Bear Givers
Special Exhibit Features Artwork by Children and Raises Funds for Beacon Therapeutic

By Park Lawn
Serve up volleyball for a good cause. Join the 34th annual Co-ed Volleyball Tournament on April 12. Tournament play will be held at Saint Xavier University, Chicago Ridge Park District, and Marist High School.

By Best Buddies Tampa Bay
Best Buddies will hold its annual Friendship Walk on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Gadsden Park in Tampa, FL.

By Premier Concepts
(San Fernando Valley, CA) - On Saturday, March 22, 2014, Djanai’s Angels will host a first of its kind Special Needs Family Prom plus celebrate Djanai’s “Sweet 16”.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Fundraising Event Will Benefit The Camp’s Many Special-Needs Programs

By Happy Mama Conference & Retreat
Mothers of children with special needs will connect, learn self-care, and rejuvenate

By Dream Big, Inc.
This Talent Competition is aimed to Entertain While Enriching the Lives of Children and Young Adults with Special Needs.

By Park Lawn
Volunteers are needed at street intersections and store fronts in the South suburbs of Chicago.

By Park Lawn
Join the Kiwi Club of Chicago for dinner and the hilarious and award winning musical Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein on March 16 at 3:00 p.m. at Drury Lane Theatre, 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook Terrace. The event will feature a mini lotto, raffle and cash bar.

By Tommie Cares Foundation
Free snow events for those with special needs at Thunder Ridge Ski Area in Patterson, NY on March 1st and 2nd needs more volunteers who want to make a difference.

By Texas Fuel Basketball
Legendary basketball great and Hall of Famer Nevil Shed of the prominent 1966 Texas Western Minors, the subject of Disney’s hit film “Glory Road,” retired his jersey on January 25th, 2014 during half time at the UTEP game against UTSA, after being...

By Park Lawn Association
Now in its Second Year, the Community Giving Fund Expands Nationwide Awarding 97 Grants, Nearly Quadrupling the Number of Non-profit Organizations Receiving Support

By SpecialNeedsWare, Boston Children's Hospital
Special education tech start-up SpecialNeedsWare partners with Harvard's Boston Children's Hospital on a language curriculum for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

By Park Lawn
Oak Lawn - Celebrate French style at Park Lawn’s Rhapsody in Blue Auction on February 15 from 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm at the Double Tree Hotel, 5000 W. 127th St., Alsip, IL.

By Special Shades of Color
Real-life stories provide online support for parents raising special needs children.

By Evan Guthrie Law Firm
Attorney Evan Guthrie of the Evan Guthrie Law Firm in Charleston, South Carolina spoke about special needs trusts at the Lowcountry Autism Forum In Charleston, SC on Saturday September 7th 2013 held at the College of Charleston.

By First Edition Design
Easy Out On Third: Raising A Child With Special Needs, by Mary Beth Czubay, offers hope and inspiration to those caring for children with special needs

By Center for Vocational
Entry is free. The event will take place on Thursday, February 20th from 6pm to 8pm at the Knights Hall in Fair Haven.

By Koziecare LLC
Children’s Apparel Meets the Needs of All Children including Those with Special Needs

By Park Lawn Association
This exciting trip for two includes seven days and 6 nights exploring Montreal and Quebec City.

By Dentistry of Bethesda
At Dentistry of Bethesda, we strive to provide quality, comprehensive dental care for all patients. For some, development issues make undergoing even the most routine dental procedures difficult.

By AMCAL
The first Land Trust development will provide 104 affordable family apartments with 10% reserved for special needs.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
(Center Moriches, NY) — Local artist Todd Arnett has been using his creativity on the grounds of Camp-Pa-Qua-Tuck by creating a wooden sculpture near Kaler’s Pond.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Who:          Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck staff          Moriches Rotary Club          Families and their children What:          With the holiday season underway,...

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Center Moriches, NY) — Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck is hosting a series of six open houses for prospective campers and families of children and young adults with special needs over the next several months.

By Jawonio
Jawonio launches #love_ABLE campaign to increase program funding in New York

By Park Lawn Association
Park Lawn and #GivingTuesday December 3. Make your year-end gift to Park Lawn and your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar by The Coleman Foundation.

By Bear Givers
Special Exhibit Features Artwork by Children and Raises Funds for The South Florida Jewish Academy, a School that Celebrates and Educates Children with Special Needs

By Park Lawn Association
Tickets are on sale for Park Lawn's Be Grateful Raffle! Win $5,000!

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
(Center Moriches, New York) — Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck recently announced that they will be offering their winter and spring respite weekend programs beginning on the weekend of January 17, 2014. Registration begins now for the respite programs.

By Park Lawn Association
A $7,000 grant was awarded to Park Lawn by the UPS Foundation. The money will benefit individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

By PrimaDonna Productions, Inc.
Because of an overwhelming response from parents and panelists, SpeciaLives has rescheduled A Special Day Out, its upcoming conference event for parents and caregivers of special-needs children.

By Reins of Life
The Mane Event at Oberod to benefit Local Non-Profit providing therapeutic horseback riding for children and young adults with disabilities/special needs.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Who:          Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck staff and board members          Members of the Shapiro Family What:          Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck will be hosting a fundraiser in memory of Jodi...

By Capita Conferences
Our Special Educational Needs Conference presents a perfect opportunity to learn how the SEND agenda is developing as the sector prepares for the most radical change to policy in 30 years.

By SpeciaLives
Parents and caregivers of special-needs children are invited to a one-day conference event in San Antonio, Texas.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation’s (CVR) Toms River facility held their 14th Annual Talent Show last Friday.

By Circle of Care
Circle of Care joins The Arc of San Antonio and other local organizations to help recognize individuals with special needs who have mastered or achieved a major goal over the past year.

By Abilities First, Inc.
Contact: Renee McCormick, Abilities First School-to-Work Program: 845.249.5337 Dr.

By I Am, Too!
A vibrantly illustrated picture book, "I Am, Too!" is the story of six friends, three who have disabilities and three who do not, and the fun they have sharing their favorite activities with each other!

By Disability Scoop
By Michelle Diament | October 1, 2013 As the first U.S. government shutdown in more than 17 years takes hold, some programs benefiting people with disabilities will continue with business as usual while others grind to a halt.

By Shepherd Financial Partners
We have a planning process for our clients who have dependents with special needs. Use this checklist, Are You all Set?, pictured on the right, to see where you stand now.




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