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Children’s Village and Nurse Family Partnership in Yakima, Washington reach children with disabilities and pregnant teens, to provide early intervention services to these at-risk populations for the health of our children.
A recent issue of the AHA News featured the work of the Children’s Village in Yakima. For the past 15 years, the village has offered health care services for children with disabilities like birth defects, cerebral palsy, behavioral disorders and … Continue reading
When precious Lilly Martin was born in March 2010, parents Erin and Brent were initially shocked by their daughter’s diagnosis of Down syndrome. But shock quickly gave way to complete adoration as love blossomed and they brought her home to … Continue reading
Children’s Village was transformed into a bustling bistro Thursday May 10th for the third annual Passion for the Village event, hosted by the Youth Works Council teens and Friends of the Village. Over 110 guests attended the event; enjoying interactive … Continue reading
Have you ever worried about your child and felt at a loss on how to help them? If your kid isn’t reaching a milestone, if he struggles with sensory processing, if he isn’t speaking yet, anything that makes you wonder … Continue reading
May 15, 2012 students from Pacific Northwest University presented Children’s Village with a check of $7,600, raised from their PNWUV Fun Run earlier this spring.
Lunch & Learn Meeting Monday May 21, 2012 Topic: Early Intervention Rhonda Shinn, speech-language pathologist presents: The Hanen Program/It Takes Two to Talk It Takes Two to Talk is a family centered early intervention model used with families of young … Continue reading
Pamper yourself with a haircut, pedicure, manicure or facial AND help your community! Elite Academy at 2606 W Nob Hill Blvd in Yakima will be hosting a cut-a-thon on Saturday May 12 from 8 am to 6:30 pm. Donations gratefully … Continue reading