Jennifer Cottrell, an autism spectrum disorder teacher at Canopy Children’s Solutions’ CARES School Hattiesburg, recently received a classroom grant from the Mississippi Professional Educators.
Creating normalcy for kids is important so Canopy staff helped to make Halloween 2020 feel a little more routine with fun costumes, festive activities, decorations and trunkless treating!
2020 has been a stressful year for parents, but there are a few things you can do to alleviate anxiety and help prepare yourself and your children for the upcoming school year.
Asbury Foundation of Hattiesburg generously furnished a new playground area to promote exercise and outside play for the kids served by Canopy Children’s Solutions’ school.
The Regions Foundations makes donation of $150,000 to support therapeutic and educational inititiatives for autism led by Canopy Children's Solutions.
In the fall of 2018, Patrick had the highest reading score of all his high school classmates. To say his mom was proud was an understatement, especially considering the struggled path they had taken to get him where he is today. Learn more about his story here.
Professionals from throughout the Jackson Metro area came to share their personal and professional expertise with teens at the CARES School Jackson’s Career Day.
Canopy Children’s Solutions names Robin Davis, Ph.D., as new principal for CARES School Hattiesburg.