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SNRFSD Earned a Bronze Star from GuideStar

SNRFSD Earned a Bronze Star from GuideStar

The Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego is proud to announce that we recently achieved a bronze star from GuideStar.  GuideStar’s mission is to revolutionize philanthropy by providing information that advances transparency, enables users to make better decisions, and encourages charitable giving. Visit our page at http://www.guidestar.org/organizations/46-4543603/special-needs-resource-foundation-san-diego.aspx

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Information and Resources for College Students with Disabilities

Information and Resources for College Students with Disabilities

Explore the We Connect Now website which was developed to integrate college students with disabilities as a virtual community and give them an outlet to address important issues with particular emphasis on access to higher education and employment. One of the goals of this site is to help college students with…

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Big Red Safety Box from the National Autism Association

Big Red Safety Box from the National Autism Association

The National Autism Association (NAA) has created a safety toolkit called the Big Red Safety Box for families as part of as part of their continuing efforts to prevent wandering-related injuries and deaths in the autism community. Included in the Big Red Safety Box are…

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A Night To Remember Prom Needs Honored Guests

A Night To Remember Prom Needs Honored Guests

A Night to Remember is a FREE Prom honoring students with Speical Needs ages 15-22. It’s more than a Prom… it’s an experience!  Honored Guests get their hair/make-up done, ride in limos and walk down the Red Carpet complete with paparazzi before entering the dance/dinner….

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Nominate a San Diego Family for a Kids Room Makeover

Nominate a San Diego Family for a Kids Room Makeover

Cecily’s Closet is a local non-profit that helps those with special needs by recycling durable medical goods, providing free belly bands for those with G or J tube feeds, as well as room makeovers for kids who spend a significant amount of time in their rooms do to…

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Remodel Your Body While Supporting Autism Tree Project Foundation

Remodel Your Body While Supporting Autism Tree Project Foundation

The 12th Annual Addie’s Remodel Your Body Challenge is an 8 week fitness challenge open to San Diego residents looking to get in shape for a great cause! Start date: Sept 13. Body fat measurements 8:30am-10am at Addie’s Personal Training Studio. Boot Camps held Saturday at…

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Free Surf Camp for Kids with Special Needs

Free Surf Camp for Kids with Special Needs

As of July 21, 2014 available spots for this camp have been filled.  Please check back later to see if additional camps have been added.   Here’s something very cool for kids in our special needs community! A local non-profit, Surfing Madonna Oceans Project (mission: to fund local…

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Application Free Day at LEGOLAND for Kids with Disabilities

Application Free Day at LEGOLAND for Kids with Disabilities

This event is currently closed for submission   San Diego Down Syndrome shared this link with us! Application: Free Day at LEGOLAND for Kids with disabilities. San Diego Down Syndrome is all about kids and education.  They want to tell the world about these heroes that,…

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Special Needs Resource Guide Now Available

Special Needs Resource Guide Now Available

San Diego Family Magazine has recently release it’s annual publication, Flourishing Families 2014, THE special needs resource guide for families and agencies in San Diego County.   It is a comprehensive list of behavior, education and health resources located here in San Diego County and beyond.  The…

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Rady Children’s Researchers Evaluate Kawasaki Disease Therapy

Rady Children’s Researchers Evaluate Kawasaki Disease Therapy

Kawasaki Disease (KD) is a severe childhood disease that many parents, even some doctors, mistake for an inconsequential viral infection. If not diagnosed or treated in time, it can lead to irreversible heart damage. Signs of KD include prolonged fever associated with rash, red eyes,…

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