Protected: CHASA Career Mentor Database

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Study Recruiting Participants – The Benefits of Social Support in Families of Pediatric Stroke Survivors

Occupational therapy graduate student, Madison Drees, has requested that CHASA assist in recruiting participants for her graduate research study. The Benefits of Social Support in Families of Pediatric Stroke Survivors. Madison has provided the following description of the survey: The purpose […]

CHASA Streak for Pediatric Stroke Awareness

It’s time to get your streak on.  How will you Streak for Pediatric Stroke? Pediatric Stroke Survivors often have multiple disabilities. If these little stroke survivors can do some of the hard things they do every single day of their […]

What do special needs parents really need?

Maybe you just learned that a close friend or family member’s child has been diagnosed with a disability or medical condition.  What do you think, what do you do, how do you react? It seems that for many friends and […]

Choosing a CHASA Retreat Location

CHASA began hosting national family retreats in 2000 and since then, it’s been an almost annual event. Families frequently ask us how we choose a retreat location or suggest we host a retreat in their home town. We’re always excited to find […]

Support our Amazon Smile Fundraiser

Order items from Amazon using the AmazonSmile program. Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke Association. This is a donation from Amazon.com and you will not pay any extra […]

CHASA Committed to Transparency

Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke Association, CHASA,  Has Reached the GuideStar Exchange Bronze Participation Level as a Demonstration of Its Commitment to Transparency CHASA has received the GuideStar Exchange Bronze participation level, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar USA, […]

CHASA 2014 Family Retreat for Families of Children and Adults Living with Hemiplegia

Registration for the 2014 CHASA Family Retreat has closed. We’re so sad that you’re not going to the retreat and we wish we didn’t have to close registration. Our contract with the hotel requires that we provide them with attendee […]

The 12 days of Holiday Coping – Children with Disabilities

We often have visions of sugar plum fairies and warm family gatherings for the holidays. Sometimes these dreams do come true, but often reality can fall short of our expectations. When we add a child who has a disability to […]

Protected: 2013 CHASA Family Retreat – Details

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Protected: 2014 CHASA Family Retreat Details

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