The Rainbow Room is a non-profit special needs awareness center. They are parents, families and friends of individuals with developmental and behavioral special needs, including Down Syndrome, Autism, Asperger’s, PDD-NOS, Cerebral Palsy, ADHD and other genetic challenges. They raise positive awareness through sharing of information, experiences, encouragement and empowerment, using “Parent-to-Parent” model.
The Rainbow Room encourage independence, confidence and pride in the individual differences. Their goal is to inspire better opportunity through community acceptance.
At The Rainbow Room, parents will receive the information, experience and encouragement to raise positive awareness through sharing, They provide:
Information for parents
“Parents-to-Parents” support group meetings
Sibling support and social activities
Monthly talk covering interesting topics
Parents’ educational and recreational workshops for self-development and self-care purposes
Inclusive play groups with peers and siblings of different age and interests
Mini library with books, magazines, DVDs on special needs, parenting and leisure reading, up-to-date research and children books
Self-advocacy programs and etc.
Social awareness campaigns