The Cherab Foundation is a worldwide nonprofit organization working to improve the communication skills, education, and advocacy of children on the neurological spectrum; with an emphasis on autism and verbal apraxia, a severe, neurologically-based communication disorder that used to be rare in pediatrics but has been on the rise within the past two decades.
Cherab Foundation is a small, grass roots nonprofit for children with neurological or genetic impairments that affect communication with a focus on autism and the rare orphan diagnosis apraxia. Our mission is providing evidence-based and integrative approaches to help our special children with therapy, testing, nutrition, socialization, and awareness, especially those that are at-risk in the US and the rest of the world, including low and middle-class countries. Without support, children in these situations are falling through the cracks in diagnosis, treatment, and then education and life.
Pursuit of Research strives to promote good nutrition from foods that provide essential nutrients for it’s therapeutic benefits, with an emphasis on those individuals with neurologically based impairments and conditions. Our primary function is to act as the fundraising entity of the CHERAB Foundation which is working to improve the communication skills, education, and advocacy …Learn More
At the core crowdFunnit brings people together, raising awareness about differences while fostering acceptance and compassion. Helping a friendless child celebrate a birthday is just an incredible mechanism in which to help make this happen. The party itself and any media attention it brings will help fight bullying at the root while the community connections …Learn More
CHERAB MOVES IS A FREE, NEW SERVICE OF THE CHERAB FOUNDATION Moving can be stressful. Throw kids into the mix, especially special needs, and the stress escalates. Cherab Foundation pledges to support your family before, during and after your move while allowing you to help support us.* ‘Cherab Moves’ supports families with special needs kids …Learn More