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Raising children with special needs can be emotionally and financially draining. Fortunately, for parents there are numerous special need grants available. Below are a list and brief description of the grants that may be useful to parents depending on your child’s issues.
AMRIT Foundation is an acronym for Alternative Medical Resources and Integrative Therapies and offers grants to those who would like to use non-traditional medical therapies but otherwise can’t afford due to financial hardships.
Astra Zeneca will offer free medication for families of four making less than $60,000 per year or persons making $30,000 or less.
Assistive Technology Fund (ATF) helps blind citizens by supplementing up to 50% of the retail value for adaptive equipment and software.
Faith and Hope Foundation offers funding for children in need of therapeutic recreation, adaptive swimming and other exercises.
Loud Mommy gives IPad for autistic and non verbal children.
The above is just a sampling of grant opportunities. Click here for a complete listing of grants.