Today we are looking at many more families who have children on the autism spectrum. The statistic show that 1 out of 150 are on the spectrum. There are new bills being proposed as we speak to congress and the senate to help families with obtaining the very needed services for their child. Through Global Giving it is our goal to be able to provide some of the very needed services to families who are not able to afford them now, and the insurance companies have not yet recognized the special services that are vital treatment for these children.
Families are looking daily for services that are affordable and valuable to help them reach their child and to be able to communicate with them. They want their children to be able to function in the normal world and through the donations that are received, families will be able to come to programs like RDI (relationship development integration) that has proven success in reaching these children and helping them learn about why it is important to do the common daily tasks asked of them each day. Training for this program is costly, and through the donations people like you can help these children get the help they need. Donations will help send more professionals to the RDI training which will allow more families to learn about these viable services for their child. Your donations will also allow training professionals in the field of autism to work one-on-one with the children. Let's help these children who need to have a childhood filled with happy, and fun memories. Thank you for you continued support.
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