Are you in need of community support and funding options to help you manage your child's Cerebral Palsy? Or, your Cerebral Palsy?
This kit can help!
Call and request Kit No. 300 - Community Support and Funding Resources
One of the largest challenges to parenting a child with Cerebral Palsy is first meeting the child’s basic needs, then helping the child reach his or her fullest potential. Most parents prefer to handle their own affairs, but when the family has a child with special needs, support from others is often welcome and appreciated.
The primary purpose of many organizations is to serve the community and its members. The mission of many of these groups incorporates one or more of the following types of help: support, counseling, connections, activities, research, resources, information, equipment, advocacy, funding and more.
Kit No. 300 - Community Support and Funding Resources includes:
- Non-Government Organizations
- Community-Based Organizations
- Faith-Based Organizations
- Cerebral Palsy Organizations
- Disability Advocacy Organizations
- Disability Policy Organizations
Family members, friends, and neighbors are usually the first line of support. At times, professional support and specialized assistance may be needed. Let MyChild™ help.
Call MyChild™ at (800) 692-4453
Ask for Kit No. 300 - Community Support and Funding