Children can succeed with the right support and parents who advocate for them. Meet Kenzie Green and her advocate mom.
Prader-Willi syndrome is a very rare disorder. Learn more about it from a family in the Texas Panhandle whose son has it.
There are a couple of great adaptive recreation opportunities in the Panhandle for children who use wheelchairs. The newest one is One Chair at a Time.
The Panhandle Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit agency that has camps and events for families and children with disabilities. Learn how to get involved with this great organization!
Learn about the Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research and how they support families of children with autism in the Lubbock area.
The Panhandle Independent Living Center (PILC) has a program for youth with disabilities to help them learn life skills and independence.
This article provides information about SuperKids and an overview of their activities.
The Amarillo Children’s Miracle Network helps children get the best healthcare possible.
Special Olympics offers fun and exciting sports and other activities for kids and adults with disabilities.
Texas Hands and Voices supports families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. They are a parent-driven, nonprofit organization.