Children's Resources (CRF) provides educational and therapeutic programs that enhance the learning potential an life skills of children with special needs as well as providing support to their families. CRF serves children ages 18 months through 6th grade with a wide variety of disabilities such as, but not limited to , Autism, Developmental Delays, ADHD, Apraxia, Cerebral Palsy, Sensory Integration Disorders, Language Disorders, Down Syndrome, Genetic disorders, among others.
CRF is committed to offer early intervention, academics, and therapeutic services to the students it serves, regardless whether the family has the ability to pay tuition or not. Receiving these services maximize the chance of a child with special needs to achieve their full potential. CRF has a scholarship program that provides approximately, 75% of families financial aid assistance that allows the student to receive the educational or therapeutic services they need.
Additionally to the academic and therapeutic programs, CRF provides our students with the opportunity to participate in sports and art related programs such as Dance, Yoga, Soccer, Music Therapy and Visual art. Allowing the students to find their creative side in an environment that understands them and where they can express themselves freely.
CRF has been providing these direct services since 1992 and through the years have seen thousands of children grow, progress and thrive. The success of our students and our program is thanks to a team that believes in what we do. Children's Resources is a haven for kids with special needs. It is a place where they are all accepted, loved, and where they can feel safe and understood. It is a place where parents can feel that they are listened to, where they can find answers and solutions, where they don't feel alone but feel that there is a whole community supporting them and helping their child every day.