Holland, a support group for families who have received a new diagnosis for their child, has helped me by making me more confident in finding the right support for my child. Holland has helped me build a lot of friendships that help me to take care of myself with the bond we have made. If Read more about Danielle Woodcock Mother to Aubrey Woodcock[…]
On Saturday, October 19, over 100 children and family members gathered for the Fifth Annual Buddy Walk at Children’s Village! It was a great time (despite the weather!) to connect with, and celebrate people with Down syndrome. Many volunteers made our event extra special, including: the Eisenhower High School Photography club, cheerleaders and mascot. Miss Read more about Fifth Annual Buddy Walk at Children’s Village![…]
A portion of Pepsi products sold Memorial Day to Labor Day at all Wray’s Market Fresh IGA stores is donated to support the special health care needs of children served at Children’s Village. A grand total of $25,205 has been raised over the 10 years of this fundraiser! Children’s Village serves 6,000 children with special Read more about 10 years of Pepsi and Wray’s partner to support Children’s Village[…]
The first time I crossed the bridge into Children’s Village with my child, I remember being nervous and scared of what the results were going to be. Not knowing what to expect was scary but the family coordinator made it so much easier for me. That first visit has turned into my favorite memory of Read more about Anahi Trujillo Mother to Leslynn Collins[…]
Children’s Village is truly changing lives! This summer, a child completed applied behavior analysis therapy – an intense behavior therapy for children with autism. The family recently shared how thrilled they are with the interventions and response that their child received from the team at Children’s Village. Because of the child’s high functioning autism, the Read more about Changing Lives – Making Impact[…]
Parent to Parent’s one 2 one program at Children’s Village recently had a visit from the “Rats Nest”- a local car club that brought Rat Rods, Classic Cars and miniature cars that the kids got to drive. Our families had a super fun time. Thank you “Rats Nest” for making this possible for our families!!
An 8-week class (available at no cost) for parents, family members and children who use sign language to communicate.
Eva is 12, she loves to color, to be outside, animals, and to go to school with her friends. She also was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was 3 ½, and later got the diagnosis as intractable epilepsy after several failed attempts with medications and other treatments. Her seizures have evolved and we have tried several Read more about The importance of Children’s Village: Eva’s Story, told by her mom…[…]
Children’s Village’s One 2 One social/recreation program partners with Yakima School of Ballet each Spring to offer ballet classes to children with special needs. This year, ten girls and their peer helpers experienced the joy of performing in the school’s recitals earlier this month. We would like to say Thank You to Lisa Price, Yakima Read more about Ballet classes for children with special needs.[…]