Tuesday, December 3, 2013

#GivingTuesday

Unicorn Children’s Foundation is working towards providing each individual with neurodiversity access to effective educational programs and support services, independent living options, employment opportunities, and social/recreational participation in the communities where they live. 

A few examples of our efforts include: 
• providing free developmental screenings and referrals to support organizations aboard the Unicorn Children’s Foundation Mobile Developmental Clinics 
• supporting 211 Special Needs Hotline, the first call for help to connect families with available resources and service organizations in the community
• helping students identify their strengths and interests and develop a passionate interest in an area where they can find success upon completion of high school at the Unicorn Village Academy, a community-based lifeskills, academic, and career academy for youth with Neurodiversity and hidden abilities

Become part of our network of enlightened members of society and help us support each individual’s journey of learning and development. ‪#‎givingtuesday‬


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