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Enjoy an Accessible San Diego – 10 local spots offer helpful perks to kids and caregivers

Enjoy an Accessible San Diego – 10 local spots offer helpful perks to kids and caregivers

Enjoy an Accessible San Diego 10 local spots offer helpful perks to kids and caregivers Many of San Diego’s favorite parks and museums offer accommodations for kids with special needs—but they’re thinking of parents and caregivers, too. Here are local spots that have amenities designed…

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Special Needs Camps Give Kids a Chance to Shine

Special Needs Camps Give Kids a Chance to Shine

Kim Kelly attended a special needs overnight camp for the first time at age 6. Before then her mom wanted to keep her close because Kim has hearing loss and orthopedic limitations. “My daughter needed to learn to do things on her own,” says Ruth,…

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A Big Thanks to Sundt Construction

A Big Thanks to Sundt Construction

We want to thank Sundt Construction for supporting the Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego and our Flourishing Families publication by awarding us a $2,000 grant. Sundt has a long tradition of helping the communities where its employees live and work. It is well…

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Special Needs Resource Foundation Wins San Diego Press Club Excellence in Journalism Awards

Special Needs Resource Foundation Wins San Diego Press Club Excellence in Journalism Awards

We’re very excited to announce! The Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego won 2 big awards at the 45th Annual San Diego Press Club Excellence in Journalism Awards. Our annual publication, Flourishing Families, received 2nd place in Special Interest/One-Time Publications category. A big win…

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Understanding Canine Therapy and How it Helps Children with Special Needs

Understanding Canine Therapy and How it Helps Children with Special Needs

Dogs are often known as a man’s best friend, but these loving animals can also change the life of a child who needs extra support. Therapy dogs are more than your average pet—they are trained to provide comfort and affection to individuals in hospitals, schools…

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Inclusion Camps: Questions to Ask

Inclusion Camps: Questions to Ask

One of the benefits of a special needs camp is that kids can share experiences with others who have similar challenges.  While camps designed for specific needs offer very specialized care, some families would prefer to attend a traditional camp that caters to all children….

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A Fantastic Grant from the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities

A Fantastic Grant from the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities

The Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego would like to thank the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities for their generous charitable sponsorship of $5,000. Support from the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities will help us move forward with our mission of helping parents and advocates in…

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Is Your Family Prepared for a Disaster?

Is Your Family Prepared for a Disaster?

Last year various regions of California were affected by a multitude of fires, floods, earthquakes and storms. Is your family prepared if disaster strikes San Diego? While impossible to predict all eventualities, disaster preparedness experts agree that it’s best to plan ahead. This is particularly…

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Halloween Help for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

Halloween Help for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

Costumes, Halloween parties, trick-or-treating and spooky decorations are fun for most kids, but for a child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), Halloween celebrations can be overwhelming. A child with SPD processes input from the five senses differently. What is background music to others may be…

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Hailey’s Hand: 8-year-old brings awareness of Poland Syndrome through baseball

Hailey’s Hand: 8-year-old brings awareness of Poland Syndrome through baseball

Eight-year-old Hailey Dawson set a goal to throw the first pitch at every Major League Baseball stadium—and she’s doing just that without a fully developed right hand. Hailey was born with Poland Syndrome, which causes underdeveloped or missing chest muscles on one side of the…

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