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Support A Military Child With Autism
What your Donation Makes Possible...
Two hours of ABA therapy.
Special needs summer camp: To teach a child to socialize and make friends; forms their first friendships.
Intensive behavioral therapy: Can teach a child to stop self-injurious behavior.
Every donation, both large and small, from corporations to individuals, is used to help make a difference in the life of a military child with autism. Thank you for your support!
See what else your gift can bring a child with autism!
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"Because of the unique way the husbands and wives, the sons and daughters of our all-volunteer force serve this nation, we have a sacred responsibility to care for them.â€
~ Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates
The Jampolsky Outreach Foundation (JOF)
The Jampolsky Outreach Foundation (JOF) was originally founded in 1979 to supplement the work of the first Center of Attitudinal Healing.
One of the children, who came to the Center with his family for support, had his leg amputated as a result of cancer. The familyâ€™s insurance company paid for the first prostheses, but did not allow payment for additional ones as he grew. Thus, the foundation was born to support those in need.
Since then, Drs. Jampolsky and Cirincione, in the name of the Jampolsky Outreach Foundation, respond to a broad spectrum of challenges facing individuals, couples, families, organizations, and communities. They have served chronically ill and life-threatened children and adults and their families; health care professionals; government officials and legislators; principles, teachers, students and their schools; couples and families; prisoners; those working with racial healing and the roots of discriminations; religious leaders; the elderly; those facing loss and grief; indigenous peoples; inner city of incarcerated youth; and victims of disasters, crises and trauma.
Elaine Hall's The Miracle Projectâ„¢
The Miracle Projectâ„¢ is a theatre and film arts program for children with special needs and their typically developing siblings and peers. Our mission is to provide a loving, accepting nurturing environment which celebrates and honors the unique and often unrecognized talents of these young people by guiding them through creative workshops and artistic programs.