2020-2021 Annual Report
One of the most important things we learned over the past 18 months is that humans are wired to be connected. Connected to each other and working hard, we’re proving what’s possible every day. Because families of all abilities and backgrounds deserve everything that is possible.

At CRCC, our innovative services give all children, special needs and typical peers alike, the opportunity to find security, support and mutual understanding.

CRCC is making connections possible.
CRCC is making hope possible.
CRCC is making growth possible.
CRCC is making advocacy possible.
The 28 Best Adaptive & Wheelchair Costumes to DIY or Buy
Whether you make it yourself or pick it up from Target, you'll do Halloween in style.

From cool covers that easily hook or tie onto the side of a wheelchair to costumes with hidden panels for tube access, wheelchair and adaptive costumes for Halloween have come a long way. This year, stores like Party City, Spirit Halloween, HalloweenCostumes.com, Target and shopDisney are offering their own lines of wheelchair covers and adaptive costumes, so kids can trick-or-treat as their favorite characters. From Buzz Lightyear to Elsa to mermaids and sharks who live under the sea, these wheelchair costumes and adaptive outfits will let them have the best Halloween ever.
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Help us continue to be a source of empowerment today and for years to come. Please consider contributing to our important work with a donation today to our annual campaign.
Family Advocacy Series:
Teaching Tricks: Answering Parents' Medical Questions.
When families receive a diagnosis, it can seem lonely and isolating. But CRCC is here to be a resource for all the special needs community. One of our very own, Nurse Susan, has graciously volunteered to help families learn the best tricks for incorporating different cares into your daily life. She is here to answer your questions and be a resource of knowledge. This free event will take place over Zoom on October 7, at 6 p.m. Anyone who registers will also be sent a recording of the meeting, even if you are unable to attend.
Upcoming Events
10/7 Teaching Tricks: Answering Parents' Medical Questions
10/23 Family Focus: Skinny Bones Pumpkin Patch
10/31 Halloween
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