The physical, emotional, and psychological health of our children depends on the advocacy of their caregivers. These advisories are “normal’ moms and dads like you who are making a difference the world can feel. These people are real-life everyday heroes who make positive changes in the lives of those closest to them and end up changing the world and lives of many children. There are several ways a parent can advocate for their child whether it be emotionally, medically or educationally. Some nine million children have serious emotional problems at any point in time. Yet, only 1 in 5 of these children are receiving appropriate treatment. Advocacy starts with embracing your child and providing a support system when faced with adversity.
There are several ways that a parent can advocate for their child whether it be emotionally, medically or educationally.
Advocacy starts with embracing your child.
Not only are you advocating for your own child, when you make a change, you are impacting kids all over the world.
When faced with adversity surround yourself with a support system.
Roz Keith, Advocating Mother of Transgender Teen
Richard Keith, Advocating Father of Transgender Teen
Hunter Keith, Transgender Teen
Danielle Keith, Sister of Transgender Teen
Stephen Clark, Advocating for his Granddaughter
Hillary Goszczynski, Advocating for her Daughter
Scarlet Goszczynski, Suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Peter Andoni, Advocating for his Son
Alex Andoni, Suffers from Type 1 Diabetes.
Josh Fairbanks, Father of Bullied Son
Logan Fairbanks, Bullying Victim
Sheri Crawley , Co-founder, Pretty Brown Girl
Corey Crawley, Co-founder, Pretty Brown Girl