Myria Reed Foundation for Children with Special Needs

Myria Reed Foundation for Children with Special Needs Myria Reed Foundation for Children with Special Needs The foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 and was established on May 31, 2000, in order to provide necessary resources and tools that will assist special needs children and their parents.
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The Myria Reed Foundation for Children with Special Needs did their official unveiling at Lan 65 Family Empowerment Expo 2000, presented at Truman College, 1140 W. Wilson, on Thursday, September 14, by presenting three motivational speakers. We were honored to present Stanford James, featured interview from June 11th's Chicago Tribune Magazine article, "Train Man: How an Autistic Child found the Right Track," and his mother Dorothy James. Also speaking was Alan Goldberg, president of United Cerebral Palsy, on "Parents as Advocates and Special Needs Individuals Becoming Self-Advocates." This was only the beginning of a series of presentations that our Foundation offered.

The Myria Reed Foundation for Children with Special Needs did their official unveiling at Lan 65 Family Empowerment Expo 2000, presented at Truman College, 1140 W. Wilson, on Thursday, September 14, by presenting three motivational speakers. We were honored to present Stanford James, featured interview from June 11th's Chicago Tribune Magazine article, "Train Man: How an Autistic Child found the Right Track," and his mother Dorothy James. Also speaking was Alan Goldberg, president of United Cerebral Palsy, on "Parents as Advocates and Special Needs Individuals Becoming Self-Advocates." This was only the beginning of a series of presentations that our Foundation offered.

12/07/2018

#GeorgeHWBush These words ring out: faith family, humility, unity and peace. Regardless of our differences, love conquers all. Myria Reed Foundation for Children With Special Needs thank you for the #AmericanDisabiltyAct

05/09/2011

Presently we are partnering with Chicago Public Schools Office of Specialized Services to be better informed of the process in our schools, and help parents to become better advocates for their children.

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4626 N Kenmore Ave Apt 3N
Chicago, IL
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