Kansas ESA Chapters Host Family Day for Disabled Children

Epsilon Sigma Alpha’s Kansas State Council sponsored a family day for the children of The Heartspring School. Children got time to bond with their families and have a day full of fun. Children, along with their families and peers, were able to roller skate, attended a prom, dance, enjoy music, and make coffee for each other!

The Heartspring School has been serving the needs of children with developmental disabilities for 82 years and has played a fundamental role in the treatment and avocation of children who struggle with severe disabilities. Kansas ESA chapters have been supporting the efforts of The Heartspring School more than 65 years and recently presented them with a $9000 check to support their efforts.

The Heartspring School is a therapeutic non-profit institution providing services and therapies to children from across the nation with severe developmental disabilities. The organization also offers parents and professionals training and consultation services both nationally and internationally.

The school continuously works to promote the happiness and create a brighter future for children with disabilities. The programs provided go above and beyond, offering day camps, social groups, and business training to provide more opportunities to individuals impacted by autism spectrum disorders. The Heartspring School helps children with anything they need, from physical and speech therapies to Applied Behavior Analysis and psychological services.

To our ESA family in Kansas, great work sponsoring a successful event for such deserving children and an incredible organization!
Posted: 6/3/2016 12:00:40 PM by Kristin Hall | with 0 comments

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