Paralyzed Veterans of America, a congressionally chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946, has developed a unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of our members – veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.
Parents who are worried about their child’s development or behavior often find themselves going from one specialist to another, telling their story over and over as they look for answers to their questions.
Our One Child, One Family, One Team approach is designed to help parents avoid this frustrating process and get their children the care they need. Our professional team of pediatric specialists provides integrated care – members meet regularly, collaborate and ensure that all advice, evaluations and treatments are coordinated.
We specialize in children ages birth to 5 – a time when intervention can make a real and lasting difference. All team members have knowledge about the many factors that influence a child’s health and well-being, including environment, relationships, the events in a child and family’s life, the child’s development, and medical conditions.
We know that each child is one-of-a-kind so we work in partnership with parents to understand their child and create plans together to ensure each family has the support they need.
Daring Adventures is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities and significant life challenges through the power of outdoor recreation.
Empowering People with Disabilities for Over 30 Years 1981 – Present
Ability360 advocates personal responsibility – by, and for, people with disabilities – as a means to independence.
UCP of Central Arizona has one commitment, that is to empower and strengthen the independence of people with disabilities and developmental delays.