Grants for Families with Kids who have Special Needs

Grants for Families with Kids who have Special Needs
Grants for Families with Kids who have Special Needs

Does your child need speech, occupational or educational therapies that insurance doesn’t cover? Is your out of pocket cost more than you can afford?

The Child Success Foundation can help.

Today’s children need support more than ever!

1 in 5 young children need developmental or educational therapy
17% of children in the U.S. have developmental delays
1 in 68 children is identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

The U.S. Center for Disease Control estimates many of these families will not seek the help they need due to financial challenges.

When finances are an issue, parents look to secure insurance or school district assistance to provide therapy for their child. This process can take months and often time to not provide the necessary services or funding – both major problems when dealing with relatively small intervention windows

The Child Success Foundation helps children who have challenges with:

ADHD
ASD
Sensory Processing Disorder
Learning Delays
Speech and Language Disorders

The Child Success Foundation engages in grant making throughout the year. These grants provide up to 50% of the cost of twice weekly occupational, speech and educational therapies for up to 1 year.

Children who receive support from the foundation are:

Between the age of infants through middle school
Have mild to moderate development and learning delays
Have parents who are actively involved in their child’s learning and development process
Have exhausted State, Federal and private insurance funding sources

Funding for these grants is obtained through fundraising events and the support of generous donations from individuals and business who share the foundation’s vision that every child deserves to start life on the right foot.

For more information visit or website: www.childsuccessfoundation.org

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Grants for Families with Kids who have Special Needs