Learn how Canopy's Early Intervention Autism Clinic gave one family the freedom to explore without fear and create cherished memories together along the way.
We take great joy in service to others is one of Canopy Children’s Solutions’ Core Values. By meeting the emotional and physical needs of our children and families, we see how small acts of kindness have a ripple effect that reach far and wide.
Girls at CARES Center Jackson used their creativity to decorate the hallways and get them ready for the first day of school.
Thanks to a Jackson-area business, nine girls from the CARES Center Jackson had the opportunity to attend a girls' inspirational workshop at the Mississippi Grammy Museum.
After years of unsuccessful residential treatment, the Johnson family was desperate to find a solution that put their voices first. The Johnson family participated in Canopy Children Solutions' Mississippi Youth Programs Around the Clock (MYPAC) intensive in-home therapy program. Read more about their journey.
Lisa Fuller shares her story of fighting to get her daughter the care she needed. She offers hope and guidance to families facing similar challenges.
Saturday, May 13, 2017, is designated Birth Mother's Day to commemorate the brave women who make the painful choice to place their babies for adoption.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disorder that can create significant challenges in reaching social, communication, developmental and behavioral milestones. Learn how Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy helped one child make strides in his developmental progress.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects 1 in every 68 children and 1 in every 42 boys. In Mississippi alone, there are more than 10,000 children on the autism spectrum. While this is not a new diagnosis, the rate of diagnosis is escalating at alarming rates. The need to raise awareness and promote public education of this condition is more important than ever.
In our efforts to support and raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder, we are asking Mississippi businesses and individuals to get involved in autism awareness activities during April, which serves as National Autism Awareness Month.