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Organizations We Support

The Thompson Center at Mizzou

Since its launch in 2005, the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the University of Missouri has become a national leader in confronting the challenges of autism and other developmental conditions through its collaborative research, training and service programs.   To learn more about the Thompson Center, Click Here.


Boone County Family Resources

Boone County Family Resources purchases and provides services for Boone County residents with developmental disabilities and was established with the passage of a property tax proposition in 1976. Services expanded following a local ballot initiative in 1993. An Affiliated Community Service provider with the Missouri Department of Mental Health, the agency also contracts to provide Supported Living residential services and Life & Work Connections vocational and residential services. Boone County Family Resources is also a Service Coordination provider for the First Steps program for special needs infants and toddlers.  Learn More by Clicking Here


Easter Seal’s Autism Services in Missouri

Easter Seals in Columbia, formerly Touchpoint and Life Skills, was founded in 1970 and its first program had an enrollment of 17 children. Today, on an average week, they directly touche the lives of literally hundreds of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). And because no one is prepared to be the parent of a child with autism, we also work with families, helping them learn the special skills they will need each and every day.  To learn more about TouchPoint Click Here.


Kenny Rogers Center of SEMO

The mission of the Kenny Rogers Children’s Center is to improve the quality of life for children with special needs and their families throughout the community and region by providing a wide array of superior developmental and therapeutic services. The Kenny Rogers Children’s Center serves children with all types of special needs and developmental delays including Prematurity, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Muscular Dystrophy, Seizure Disorder, Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Dysfunction and many other developmental delays. To learn more about KRCC Click Here.