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Relief After Diagnosis

"After the testing came back, I smiled. The counselor gave me the oddest look."

"I said, 'Now I will get help for him. I mean, he's an orange. I could call him a banana all day, but at the end of the day he's an orange. My job as a mom is to teach and help find his place in the fruit salad.'"

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Kelsey's Pageant

"I am the mother of a beautiful 10-year-old girl with autism. When she competed in her first pageant, I tried to prepare her for the reality that most girls do not win a crown and a title, but it's still fun. She looked at me with her mega-watt smile and said, 'Don't worry mama, I am going to win a crown tonight.'"

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A Week of Camp for Children with Autism

Many children with a diagnosis like autism, sickle cell disease, or asthma cannot attend a typical summer camp because they need specialized support. Too often, that means they miss out on the independence, confidence, and friendships that other children find at an overnight camp. Dragonfly Forest was established to provide a week of summer camp to children with autism or special medical needs. The program is donation-supported, allowing children of all socioeconomic backgrounds to attend.

Your donation through this Gift That Gives More™ covers the cost of food for one child at one day of camp.

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