To help us reach our $200,000 Hope Drive goal, Don and Melanie Alexander have pledged to match $10,000 through December 15th! When asked why they support Special Kids, Melanie shared, “There are so many reasons and each and every one is being served, or has been served, by the staff at Special Kids. “
Jaden’s mom beams and her eyes fill with joyful tears as she recounts the past few months. “Jaden is able to wheel himself up and down the hallway now… something he had never done before Special Kids.”
Every day, supporters like you make stories like Jaden’s possible. Would you be willing to makea special donation to help us meet our year-endgoal of $200,000 and serve more children likeJaden?
The Volunteer Behavioral Health agency offers individual counseling, trauma-informed cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and a variety of other services for both children and families and they are our Family Resource of the Month!
Camp Ability 2018 Session 1 is coming to a close and it has been wonderful! The kids have had fun on their field trips, doing special activities with guests such as the MTSU Football team, bible lessons, and more!
At Special Kids, there is a place for every child. Since opening our doors in 1998, Special Kids has served children with special needs, ages birth to 21 years. As the need for our services has expanded, so has the confusion around what “special needs” means and what exactly Special Kids offers.
Happening now, through May 11th, is a Special Kids fundraiser on CrowdRise to provide scholarships for families of children with special needs who cannot afford our regular fees but are in need of our services, such as speech, occupational, physical, recreation, and feeding therapies and/or nursing care.