Updated: Jul 27
Every July, we celebrate National Disability Independence Day and National Disability Pride Month to commemorate the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). These milestones mark the progress we have made towards accessibility and equality for all people, regardless of their type of disability. At Raintree, we are committed to promoting inclusion in all aspects of our work.
Raintree's Family Support Coordination Program
provides case management services to
infants and toddlers experiencing developmental delays and disabilities. Case managers support families by connecting them with proper treatment, resources, medical care, and management techniques. We're proud to say our program has helped over 200 children this past year! There's nothing more rewarding than changing a child's life- which is the heart of Raintree's mission.
Disability Flag Colors and Their Meaning
Yellow: cognitive and intellectual
Blue: mental illness
Black: those with disabilities who lost their lives due to illness, negligence, suicide, and eugenics