53131 Quince Road
South Bend, IN 46628
T: (574) 235-8899
E: ohanaoffice@arosieplace.org

SHINE Grief Group

Your child will never be forgotten here at A Rosie Place for Children. While we continue to provide care for children who are medically fragile, we are intentional in remembering those we have lost. We also want to create a space where you can share with others who are grieving. Each of you has had such a unique journey with your child, and their absence now is a loss few can truly understand.

Join us at a virtual SHINE group for parents and caregivers of medically fragile children, wherever you are on your grief journey.

Call A Rosie Place at 574-235-8899 or email Ronda@arosieplace.org for dates and times and to register to connect via Zoom.

Facilitator: Lisa Haines of LisaHainesLLC.com

Resources For Families

Beds By George

A family owned company that builds beautiful safety beds for special needs children, youth, adults, as well as handicapped, disabled and medically fragile individuals who need extra fall and entrapment protection while in bed.

Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services

Information on how to receive services and Family Supports or CIH Medicaid Waivers.
Camp Millhouse, surrounded by 45 acres of woods, is a residential camp for differently abled people of ALL ages. Camp Millhouse is the place to be! Kids Wish grants wishes to children between the ages of 3 and 18 who have life threatening illnesses.
Established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League Baseball to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges 4-21 (or until completion of high school) to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of the other children who participate in this sport worldwide.
Chiara Home provides out-of-home respite care services to families caring for an individual with a developmental disability, mental disorder and/or other special needs.
Children’s Dispensary provides social, recreational and educational programs for children, teens and young adults with special needs.
Courageous Parents Network is a non-profit organization and educational platform that orients, empowers and accompanies families and providers caring for children with serious illness.
Through the power of lived and shared experience, we support families raising children or youth who require additional health or educational assistance by providing answers, resources, practical training, and vital community connections and by advising the professionals who serve them. While these define what we hope to achieve and how we will work toward that goal every day, our Values are the way we do what we do.
A website with information and resources for siblings of a child with special needs.
Globe Star is a network of professionals including: Caregiver (the direct service worker), Mentor (the supervisor), Servant Leader (the person who assists with coordinating services.
A website with information and resources for siblings of a child with special needs.
Provides custom celebration cakes and other treats to families impacted by the critical illness of a child.
Parent Organization providing assistance, support services and educational resources to those who love and/or work with individuals with disabilities.
The Make-A-Wish is a 501 nonprofit organization founded in the United States that creates life-changing wishes for minors with a critical illness who have reached the age of 2½ and are younger than 18 at the time of referral.
Charitable organization that provides children who fit certain medical qualifications with the one thing they wish for most, whether it be a trip, the opportunity to meet their favorite celebrity or almost anything else they may need or want.
Anna’s Celebration of Life Foundation (ACOLF) was inspired by a young Anna Molloy, a little girl born with a rare genetic disorder who wanted to ensure that other children with special needs were afforded the joy of “celebrating their specialness” by providing them with life-enhancing gifts needed to thrive.
Peach’s Neet Feet paints and distributes personalized shoes, organizes and sends care packages, and helps bring outreach parties to communities all over the United States.
Provides community resources and services for older individuals and those with disabilities. Speech, language and feeding therapy provided either in-home or in school or community settings. Apply for Aged & Disabled Medicaid Waiver.
A charity which creates programs to help brighten the lives of seriously ill children and their families
If your child is 21 or younger and is battling a serious physical or emotional medical challenge, you can request a free “song of love” by filling out the form below.
The mission of Special Angels Foundation is to provide support in obtaining therapies, equipment, and resources to families raising children with special needs.
A private magazine mailed monthly to special needs families living in Indianapolis and surrounding areas. Written for, by and about them to give hope and inspiration to other families.
A group of students at the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College who have siblings with disabilities. As a club, our goal is to support and mentor children in the South Bend area who also have sibs with disabilities.
Superior Van & Mobility has been in business 37 years providing handicap vehicle and wheelchair van sales to meet customer’s needs.
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