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Enhancing the quality of life of individuals and families impacted by autism
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Becoming a Growing Prayer Warrior as a Special Needs Parent
Special needs parents often feel like they can't pray, or pray ineffectively. Some may feel like a broken record, asking for the same things repeatedly, and…
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Dear Alexis Miranda Foundation Community, In the face of the current pandemic, the #GivingTuesday movement organized #GivingTuesdayNow, a second day of generosity to be held today, May 5, 2020. With this in mind, we are asking you to “Give us Five,” so we can continue our efforts to help feed families affected by autism and the pandemic, both in Ghana and locally in Massachusetts. The Alexis Miranda Foundation has shifted back to basics. We have put our ongoing agenda to increase access family’s access to BCBAs and educational resources on the back burner, and have focused on helping provide basic supplies to families in need. Starting last week, the AMF team in Ghana began buying mass amounts of food to distribute to families that are unable to go out and buy food themselves because their children are home and require full-time care. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers, some of whom have been working with us for several years, we were able to reach families in several regions of the country. We are hoping to start similar efforts locally in Massachusetts by donating to Melmark New England. Melmark NE provides evidence-based, educational, vocational, clinical, residential & rehabilitative services, personally designed for each individual. Currently, they are looking for support to help feed their residents and the staff members that are caring for them throughout the pandemic- and we want to help! We at the Alexis Miranda Foundation are passionate about providing resources and opportunities to families with children on the spectrum. We hope you’ll consider donating so, you can #helpushelpothers. Wishing to safety and health, Lynn Dadzie-Yeboah President Alexis Miranda Foundation
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Alexis Miranda Foundation
Dear Alexis Miranda Foundation Community,

In the face of the current pandemic, the #GivingTuesday movement organized #GivingTuesdayNow, a second day of generosity to be held today, May 5, 2020. With this in mind, we are asking you to “Give us Five,” so we can continue our efforts to help feed families affected by autism and the pandemic, both in Ghana and locally in Massachusetts.

The Alexis Miranda Foundation has shifted back to basics. We have put our ongoing agenda to increase access family’s access to BCBAs and educational resources on the back burner, and have focused on helping provide basic supplies to families in need. Starting last week, the AMF team in Ghana began buying mass amounts of food to distribute to families that are unable to go out and buy food themselves because their children are home and require full-time care. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers, some of whom have been working with us for several years, we were able to reach families in several regions of the country.

We are hoping to start similar efforts locally in Massachusetts by donating to Melmark New England. Melmark NE provides evidence-based, educational, vocational, clinical, residential & rehabilitative services, personally designed for each individual. Currently, they are looking for support to help feed their residents and the staff members that are caring for them throughout the pandemic- and we want to help!
We at the Alexis Miranda Foundation are passionate about providing resources and opportunities to families with children on the spectrum. We hope you’ll consider donating so, you can #helpushelpothers.

Wishing to safety and health,

Lynn Dadzie-Yeboah
President
Alexis Miranda Foundation