What We Do
Our number one priority is helping you find support. Connect with parents and therapy providers using our Facebook public group or join our Facebook private group or Young Adults Connect with us on all social media.
Discover and Research
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. Learn More
In this one-hour video chat consultation, Lisa Geng will answer your questions, and provide proven tips as well as insight to help with IEPS, therapy, and frustrations, dealing with your communication impaired child. You can choose to have your child available for part of the consultation. There is an add-on option to also receive a comprehensive email with suggested protocols and other resources covered during the consult. Consultation fees are donated directly to the Cherab Foundation. 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 will exist long after the party ends. Learn More
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 the Foundation. ‘Cherab Moves’ supports families with special needs kids relocating anywhere in the United States. Here at the Cherab Foundation, we know a thing or two about moving with special needs kids. Learn 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. Learn More