Goals - (1) Empowerment and Advocacy - Parents Working together to promote awareness and support of parents caring for their medically fragile children in the family home, the primary aim of The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project is to provide information, tools, and resources to caregivers in an effort to empower them as advocates for their children and to enhance the quality of life for their families through our programs. (2) Therapeutic and Recreational Play - Children with disabilities We have instituted a new recreational/therapeutic option for families that focuses directly on the sensory functions of their child with special health care needs. Physical, sensory and cognitive impairments can reduce the amount of meaningful stimulation that the child receives and result in counter-intuitive behaviors and learning difficulties. The child with a sensory processing disorder is unable to self-stimulate and/or self-calm themselves, interfering with their ability to interact with others and learn. Our Sensorium sessions are both therapeutic and recreational based for these children.
“The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is to promote awareness and facilitate support of parents caring for their children with special health care needs, and to enhance the Quality-of-Life for these special families.” Making Opportunities Reality Granting Assistance Nationwide
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