Achievement Centers for Children
July 26, 2012
As the mother of two disabled children, I have come to rely on the ACC to help my family navigate the cumbersome and often confusing world of special needs. My sons, now 21 years old, began early intervention therapies in infancy . As the boys grew and their needs changed, the ACC provided the necessary help and pointed us in the right direction to help our sons be the best they could be. The support, encouragement, and direction of the ACC was provided to us as a family, not just a service for our sons and that made all the difference. An annual one week stay at Camp Cheerful is always eagerly anticipated, not only by the boys who love the experience, but also by "mom and dad" who get a much needed respite from the everyday responsibilities of caring for special needs children.The goal of the ACC is to SERVE, to make life better for those who struggle with disabilities, and they let nothing get in the way of that goal...not race, not creed, not gender, not economic status. All children who come are served. This is a charity well worth your support. Karen Kaye Sorace-Thomas
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all facets of our life with children with disabilities.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
make more transportation opportunities available for clients especially for camps
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To see the potential and work toward it. To be proactive.
Client Served & On the recommendation of doctor we looked into services at the ACC when our sons were first diagnosed in infancy.
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