Disability Support

My son doesn’t have a lot of language, but he has taught me so much.

National organizations that make it easier for kids of all ages to find support, make new friends and discover activities they love.

Parents helping parents : is a nonprofit organization that provides information, training, individual assistance, and resources.

Move United : An American non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of parasports among youths and adults with physical disabilities. 

Easterseals : Providing disability services, with additional support areas serving veterans and military families, seniors, and caregivers.

Friendship Circle : Create meaningful relationships and friendships between teen volunteers and children with special needs.

Best Buddies International : Organization. It consists of volunteers that create opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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5 Responses to Disability Support

  1. What’s wrong with your son?

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  2. We live in different parts of the world, we speak different language … but disability problems are everywhere, thank you for talking about

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