Canopy CEO John D. Damon, Ph. D, was selected as one of 21 senior health care leaders chosen to join the Aspen Institute Health Innovator Fellowship class. The fellowship catalyzes innovative leaders to improve U.S. Health Care.
Canopy's Warren County Children's Shelter helps raise awareness about the National Safe Place initiative for children and youth who need a safe place during crisis.
Canopy Children’s Solutions’ Director of Autism Solutions Dr. Jim Moore was elected to serve on the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
Canopy Children’s Solutions welcomes Julie Ferguson, RN, BSN, CPCO, as the organization’s new Director of Business Performance.
Canopy Children's Solutions partners with Doris Duan-Young, BCBA, in month-long immersive observation training to help bring knowledge of the PEAK Relational Training System for autism to China and Dubai.
Canopy was a recipient of large in-kind donations of socks from the Hanes Corporation and stuffed animals from PetSmart to provide warmth and comfort to kids this holiday season. Donations will be distributed to needy children across the state.
Each year, Canopy Children’s Solutions recognizes four staff members with Value Awards who exemplify the organization’s Core Values. Individuals are nominated by their peers for the way they live out the values through their work and commitment to Canopy’s mission. These awards are based on the organization’s foundational values that define Canopy’s day-to-day actions and decision-making at every level in our organization.
Mississippi College, co-sponsored with Canopy Children’s Solutions, is pleased to present the Haley Rose Gunter Autism Conference, “Navigating Autistic Life: Our Journey Together” on Wednesday, October 10, 2018.