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All Inclusive Day of Play & Resource 2021

All Inclusive Day of Play & Resource 2021

We are VERY excited to announce our, in-person 2021 All Inclusive Day of Play & Resource Fair. It will be held on Saturday, September 25 from 10am-1pm at the Park de la Cruz Recreation Center – 3901 Landis St. SD 92105. All activities and resources…

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Thanks to The Country Friends!

Thanks to The Country Friends!

The Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego would like to thank The Country Friends for their generous charitable grant of $8,000. Support from The Country Friends will help us move forward with our mission of helping parents and advocates in the special needs community…

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Fun at the 2021 All-Inclusive READ 3 x 3 Literacy Event

Fun at the 2021 All-Inclusive READ 3 x 3 Literacy Event

Thanks to all who joined us for the All-Inclusive READ 3 x 3 Literacy Event. We had a great time spending time with everyone! A big shout out to the authors, Doreen Cronin, Author, Alex Montoya and Reginald Brown as well as our supportive sponsors:…

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We Have a Diagnosis: Now What?

We Have a Diagnosis: Now What?

The 4-1-1 on common therapies Receiving a primary diagnosis is not always the light at the end of the tunnel. Faced with an odyssey of interventions and therapies, parents can become overwhelmed, navigating which route will provide the most benefit with the least expenditure of…

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All-Inclusive READ 3X3 Literacy Event

All-Inclusive READ 3X3 Literacy Event

Join the Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego and San Diego Family for our FREE, in-person event on Saturday July 24 from 9-11am at the San Diego Central Library – 330 Park Blvd, San Diego, 92101. Three authors, Doreen Cronin, Alex Montoya and Reginald Brown, will…

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How Kids Benefit from Self-Determination

How Kids Benefit from Self-Determination

What would it mean for people with disabilities if they could decide, with their family support system, what to do with funds provided through the San Diego Regional Center? For participants in the three-year-phase-in-period of the Self-Determination Program (and their parents), it has been life…

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Tax Planning for Families with Special Needs

Tax Planning for Families with Special Needs

It’s a good time to start planning ahead to minimize taxes for 2021 and beyond. A key consideration for those caring for loved ones with special needs are the tax advantages associated with accounts such as a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA)…

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ShopAble: Support Business Owners with Disabilities

ShopAble: Support Business Owners with Disabilities

Purchasing products and services from business owners with disabilities allows them to achieve independence and self-reliance. It also encourages inclusion and the idea that all people have agency in our community. The more “able” we see people with different abilities, the more common hiring them…

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10 Tax Tips for Families with Special Needs

10 Tax Tips for Families with Special Needs

As if tax season isn’t already an overwhelming task for families caring for loved ones with special needs, 2020 ushered in a unique set of changes and challenges. To help lend clarity to the chaos, consider the following tax tips and consult a tax professional….

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New 2021 Issue of Flourishing Families Available

New 2021 Issue of Flourishing Families Available

We are excited to present our 12th annual publication of Flourishing Families, the resource guide for parents who have children with special needs. There are 1,200 resources to help families find services in San Diego County and Imperial County, organized by diagnosis and needs. Plus,…

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