We recently saw an article about a family who was asked to leave a restaurant when their child with Apraxia made a nearby patron uncomfortable with his attempts at speech. That had us thinking… We previously created an… Read More
crowdFunnit Crowd-Sources Special Events For Special Kids: crowdFunnit, a project of the 501(c)3 nonprofit Cherab Foundation, was created to bring people together, raising awareness about differences while fostering acceptance and compassion. Helping a friendless child celebrate a birthday is just an incredible mechanism by 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 will exist long after the party ends.
Cherab Foundation is an international 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, 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.
Children all over the world, including your neighborhood, go year after year without anyone showing up to their birthday parties because they are either alienated, bullied or both. CrowdFunnit fosters acceptance and compassion for those children that need a little help making friends.
Bringing together families, affected individuals, and medical, research, speech, and educational professionals. The Cherab Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1999, has been working to improve the communication skills, education, and advocacy of the verbal disabled.
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.