be_ixf;ym_201909 d_19; ct_100

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Close

Select additional newsletters:

Success!

Validation Error, please refresh the page and try again.

Articles



Macy: Rett Syndrome, AAC And Being Heard


  Posted on Oct 12, 2018 - 10:14am

“It really opened my heart.” For Samantha Brant, her daughter Macy has been one surprise after another, beginning with finding out she was pregnant. “Little did I think I would have any more children,” she laughed. Sam, a hardworking, busy executive for a major retailer, was already the mother of ...


    Blog


Saturday Is World Cerebral Palsy Day


  Posted on Oct 5, 2018 - 3:13pm

Our page has moved! Please visit https://www.prentrom.com/caregivers/world-cerebral-palsy-day to read the article.


    Blog


October Is AAC Awareness Month


  Posted on Sep 28, 2018 - 2:10pm

Join PRC as we celebrate AAC Awareness Month! All this month we'll be posting infographics, success stories, facts, FAQs and more about AAC. Bookmark this page and check back often and discover how AAC has helped children and adults to communicate, learn the history of AAC and a whole lot more. We look forward to seeing y...


    Blog


Once again, a hurricane has devastated homes, communities and families. And once again, PRC and Saltillo are reaching out to help. Make a Donation To assist those in the AAC community whose lives were upended, PRC and Saltillo have donated $10,000 to the United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication...


    News And Updates


Getting To Know: Haleigh


  Posted on Sep 12, 2018 - 3:39pm

Despite her diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy (CP), Haleigh has worked hard to overcome many challenges in her 11 years. "Haleigh wakes up every day with a smile on her face, ready to face whatever the day may bring," reports her mom, Becky. When Haleigh was younger, she used a form of simple sign language she had taught hersel...


    Blog


Caroline: Rett Syndrome Doesn't Slow This Girl Down!


  Posted on Aug 15, 2018 - 3:29pm

"When she was eight months old, I had a nagging feeling something was off." For Marta Conner, this was the first indication that something was happening with her daughter, Caroline. Searching for a Diagnosis "Our girls develop normally for the first year or so," she said, so while Caroline seemed to be hitting her develo...


    Blog


Copyright © PRC-Saltillo. All Rights Reserved.