“We are extremely excited and grateful for the assistance, bringing the community out while fostering acceptance,” said Stephanie Manus, Gabe’s mom. “There are lots of other kids who are bullied, or excluded, who don’t have anyone show up for their birthday party.” Gabe Manus’s birthday wish for friendship was granted. Over 75 people attended the Cherab Foundation community birthday celebration festivities at the Bethel… Read More
The Cherab Foundation’s crowdFunnit Project to throw a community birthday for alienated kids Community to join Gabe Manus and other children alienated by their peers in a show of support “When I asked Gabe what he wanted to do this year for his birthday his answer was “Nothing. No one will come everyone hates me” Many families are struggling in the same way… Read More
Pursuit of research strives to promote good nutrition from foods that provide essential nutrients, with an emphasis on functional foods for those individuals with neurologically based impairments and conditions. Most don’t understand the evidence between nutrition and cognition, and the gut/brain connection. Food changes gut bacteria in as quick as one day. The primary function of pursuit of research is to provide hope and education, and to share healthy nutritional strategies for those with special needs, while in the pursuit of research with the cherab foundation which is working to improve the communication skills, education, and advocacy of the verbally disabled.
Josie Eugenie got just what she wanted for her birthday, and we couldn’t be happier for her. Dozens of people came together to help her celebrate her 24th birthday; thoughtful, kind individuals and families accepting of a world where not everyone is the same. Before Josie’s crowdFunnit birthday party she had expressed, “Being Autistic I’ve always had difficulty making and keeping friends. I can’t… Read More
“Being Autistic I’ve always had difficulty making and keeping friends. I can’t help but feel disappointed when everybody my age goes out with friends or has a big party. It makes me feel like I’m not really worth getting to know” -Josie Eugenie Let’s let Josie know she’s worth getting to know! You are cordially invited to celebrate Josie’s 24th birthday party with her. Saturday, October… Read More
Late Talkers, Silent Voices is a multimedia project by an award-winning producer along with talented media and nonprofit professionals designed to foster acceptance, share personal stories and provide resources to individuals and families impacted by communication disorders. Our goal is to make visible and give a voice to the individuals who cannot always speak for themselves and to honor the parents who battle fiercely to bring each one to their full potential.