Help special children learn important coping skills

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Help special needs kids deal with school

We are asking a few of our key partners to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our programs. By becoming a fundraiser for iCan House, you will help neurodiverse children and teens learn skills to cope with societal changes, school changes, while also minimizing their social isolation. And doing so, you can help your friends feel good about doing good.

Neurodiverse students have difficulty identifying and dealing with their emotions about the changes around them which are monumental affecting all learning. They struggle processing, interpreting and understanding information and expectations. At our iCan House programs they learn how to identify choices they have in how to deal with the problem. Emphasis is placed on interpreing and verbalizing emotions, and then using the Verbal Filter in how to respond to situations. They learn how to evaluate choices they can make to deal with the changes. to that directly address the previously mentioned struggles.

Starting a fundraiser is easy and fun. Click the link below that says "Start a Fundraiser" and we'll help you set it up. We'll give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference. With your help we can ensure that our members fulfill their potential in school and other social settings. Will you Help?

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