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Dedicated to the health of all children Enzymedica, America’s #1 selling enzyme brand, provides financial and educational support to the Autism Hope Alliance (AHA). The Autism Hope Alliance provides hope for families facing the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders. Now when you buy a bottle of Digest Spectrum and activate your donation below, a contribution will be donated to AHA.
If you have a child with autism, this article explains why the cities listed are some of the best to live.
FACT was built for families by families affected by ASD, years before autism was even topsical. Therefore FACT programs and activities are not developed to “drive revenue” for the company, but to provide the most experiential value possible for FACT children, young adults, their siblings and their parents.
Founded in 1975, The Help Group is the largest, most innovative and comprehensive nonprofit of its kind in the United States serving children with special needs related to autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, abuse and emotional problems.
Club LA is an exciting social club for teens who are on the Autism Spectrum or need assistance in developing and maintaining friendships. It provides a great opportunity to make connections with other young adults with common interests and is structured to ensure a positive experience for all participants. Club LA is part of Advance LA, which provides individualized support services including one-on-one life skills coaching and workshops for young
adults with unique challenges in their transition to adulthood.
Since 1975, The Help Group has provided cutting edge programming for children and families with special needs. Advance LA is the next generation of ground-breaking services being offered by the largest, most innovative and comprehensive nonprofit of its kind in the United States.
Autism – or more precisely the autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) – represents a broad group of developmental disorders characterized by impaired social interactions, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, and repetitive behaviors, or severely limited activities and interests.
As a company that loves all kids, Toys”R”Us, Inc. has a long history of supporting the special needs community. For nearly 20 years, we have published the annual Toys”R”Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids, an easy-to-use resource featuring specially selected toys that encourage play for children with physical, cognitive or developmental disabilities.
In 2004 Klean Kanteen® introduced the first personal hydration bottle made from stainless steel to give health and environmentally conscious people an alternative to plastic. We have yet to see another bottle company, stainless or otherwise, that makes a product comparable to our high quality, handcrafted bottles or that commits to strong environmental and labor standards.
We go to extraordinary lengths to satisfy and delight our customers. We want to meet or exceed their expectations on every shopping trip. We know that by doing so we turn customers into advocates for our business. Advocates do more than shop with us, they talk about Whole Foods to their friends and others. We want to serve our customers competently, efficiently, knowledgeably and with flair.
It all started in the 50s…
Would you believe we started out as a small chain of convenience stores? It’s true. Way back in 1958. We were called Pronto Markets. In ’67, our founder, the original Trader Joe, changed our name (yes, to Trader Joe’s) and the way we do business.
We made the stores bigger (if you can imagine), decked the walls with cedar planks and donned our crew in cool Hawaiian shirts. Most importantly, we started putting innovative, hard-to-find, great-tasting foods in the “Trader Joe’s” name. That cut our costs and saved you money. Still does.