Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged

Battered, Blind and Homeless. How Does This Nightmare End?

“For Seana Cromitie, the surest sign of a new problem in a life full of them came in the place that had always been her sanctuary: the kitchen,” reports Alan Blinder in this recent...

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14 Slaughtered. Not again!

Not again.  Our hearts break as we pray for the 14 murdered, 17 injured and countless families and friends grieving for the innocent people shot down yesterday at the Inland Regional...

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Unlikely Hero Rescues Disabled Child - Find Out How

“As Marco Muñoz speaks, recalling the past few years of his life, Jose Hernandez slips one of his shoes onto Mr. Muñoz’s hand,” writes New York Times Reporter John Otis in...

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Watch Amazing Video as Music Brings Alzheimer’s Patient Back from Dementia

Catch this amazing video as famed neurologist Oliver Sachs uses a tiny iPod – yes, an iPod! – and the magic of music to bring Henry, a nearly comatose patient with Alzheimer’s, back to life.

And that’s not all.  Now you, in the comfort of your own home, can wield this magic to reawaken...

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Kennedy Child Study Center - Community Open House

Kennedy Child Study Center (KCSC) invites you to its first annual Community Open House. 

KCSC is opening the doors of its new school to supporters and neighbors. KCSC invites you to tour this new home and learn more about their high-quality special education services. 

For more...

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Looking for High Quality Special Ed Services?

Kennedy Child Study Center invites you to its first annual Community Open House Tuesday, October 20th from 3pm — 6pm at their new home, located at 2212 Third Avenue, 2nd Floor New York...

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Blind and Playing Tennis: Check It Out

Keep your eye on the ball, the number one advice tennis coaches shout from the sidelines.

But what if you’re blind and want to play tennis?

This marks the...

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Children with Special Needs Find Their Game

What happens when you pair a great big NBA player with little children with special needs?

Retired NBA player Adonal Foyle just found out at Astor Services for Children...

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Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County - Alumni Picnic

The event, now in its 23rd year, recognizes the accomplishments of clients who have successfully completed programming at Catholic Charities Recovery Center, formerly The Recovery Center, in Monticello.

The picnic, which is free for alumni and their family members, includes a barbecue...

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