Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy) and its esteemed Board of Directors will host its “Celebration of Excellence,” at the new Canopy Center of Excellence, located at 1513 Lakeland Drive in Jackson.
The event is a celebration of milestones over the past year including the opening of the first Center of Excellence in the state.
Canopy Children’s Solution’s Early Intervention Autism Clinic began serving clients at their new Jackson location inside Canopy’s Center of Excellence in September 2018.
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.
Microsoft has selected Canopy Children’s Solutions as the Charity of Choice for 2018 Microsoft Rocks benefit concert on October 10, 2018 in Herndon, VA. Learn more about this exciting event.
Canopy Children’s Solutions was proud to offer six students from an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) master’s program a well-rounded and intensive experience to prepare them for careers in ABA therapy.
Individuals with autism have much to offer if we take the time to look past their diagnosis. Read how the lives of Canopy therapists, staff and volunteers have been changed by taking time to learn from a child with autism.
Microsoft has selected Mississippi-based Canopy Children’s Solutions as the Charity of Choice for the March 2018 Microsoft Rocks (MS Rocks) benefit concert being held near Washington, D.C. Proceeds raised by the event will support the advancement of Canopy's Autism Center of Excellence.
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.