Richard Singleton, owner, of Richards’ Collision Center support the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders and encourage other people who have a child or know a child with a neurological disorder to offer their support. Richard’s son has Tourette Syndrome and him and his family have found great benefit in the services that The Joshua Center offer.
They truly care about the serious issues families face regarding neurological disorders. How did the Joshua Center become a reality?
“The dream of creating a place where families could find the resources they so desperately need became a reality in 1996 when the Joshua Center was created.
The Joshua Center is a local 501(c)(3) organization that provides services and support for the social, emotional, medical and educational needs of neurologically impaired children and their families, including children with Tourette Syndrome, Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder.
We offer a variety of programs, including counseling, social skills training (including Pre-K and Young Adult programs), life skills training, school support, occupational therapy, sensory integration therapy, motor coordination treatment, an accredited summer camp program at the Rotary Club Youth Camp in Lee’s Summit, MO and education for parents and teachers.”
Please share this blog with others that you know that could benefit from the services offered by the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders. In addition, prepare for the 31st “Joshua Center Night in Camelot” event on September 19, 2015, sponsored by the Kansas City Businessmen’s Club. The event will be held at the Camelot Ballroom in Overland Park, KS.
Thank you to those who find it in their heart to share and participate in this event and other events offered throughout the year to bring awareness to neurological disorders in children.