Mission Statement: Community Information and Referral Services transforms lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona.
Emily Center Health Library-The largest pediatric consumer health library in the Southwest
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D.A.M.E.S was created for mothers, by mothers of differently abled children. It’s goal is to provide mothers with:
Mission Statement: To help kids with Autism (and other spectrum disorders) work towards independence through socialization, therapy and education. Kids With Autism Can will encourage parents to work with their children to foster skills of independence by focusing on their strengths.One of our goals is to create events where kids with Autism can come together in a safe environment to focus on fun and socialization.One of the future goals of the Kids with Autism Can organization is to help our older students successfully transition from secondary education to higher education institutions. We believe that as the organization grows, we will be able to contribute much needed resources and attention to a transitional program for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.We plan to continuously improve this site to provide increasing support for families. We plan to provide a place where families can share positive stories, hints, and suggestions.
Krystal is a certified children’s yoga teacher through Kidding Around Yoga, and working towards a DONA certification as a postpartum doula; with extensive knowledge and experience in mental health, child development and special education. As a resident of Mesa for 10 years, she has spent 6 plus years working with the culturally diverse population of the east and west valley of Arizona. Krystal decided to make the move from children’s mental health to teaching children’s Yoga and supporting mothers during postpartum, in efforts to bring peace, compassion and happiness to the families of her community.
From the AZ Developmental Disablities Planning Council . Date not found. Please contact the planning council direct for current information. https://addpc.az.gov/
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NEURODEVELOPMENTAL & BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS - Our nervous system processes 11 trillion pieces of information per second. Each of us was created with internal filters that help us process information accordingly. But what happens if these filters and processes aren’t working as they should? It makes sense why some individuals might have focus problems, get anxious, defiant, or easily distracted. Their internal filters, all within the nervous system, may not be functioning optimally.
Our goal is to find the root cause of these challenges and focus on much more than the symptoms being experienced. By testing the function of the nervous system and helping it to improve individuals are able to notice tremendous improvements in their quality of life. As the body heals the information traveling through the nervous system is able to be filtered and processed the way it was intended to be – without restriction.
Mission Statement: The Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AzAAP) is committed to improving the health of Arizona children and supporting the pediatric professionals who care for them. AzAAP is the state's leading professional pediatric tax-exempt charitable organization dedicated to promoting the physical, mental and social health and well-being of every Arizona child. Representing approximately 1,000 health care professionals - including pediatricians, pediatric sub-specialists, nurses, residents, medical students, dentists, academicians, hospital administrators and other allied health professionals - AzAAP aspires to the highest standards in providing the latest evidence-based and current recommended guidelines to its members. The Chapter also works year-round to educate and engage policy-makers, parents, school professionals, community caregivers and all who impact the lives of children with the goal of fostering a statewide focus on promoting child health, preventive care and wellness.
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