Monthly Archives: August 2016

  • sad

Understanding Autism, Aggression, and Self-Injury: a medical approach

Special Hope Foundation Grantee, Dr. Clarissa Kripke, recently spoke on a panel for Support for Families in San Francisco, and told this story:

“A man was going around doing really challenging things, like going up to law enforcement and grabbing them, laying down in front of cars, a whole variety of things that are quite […]

August 29th, 2016|Special Hope Blog|

Voters with Disabilities and Election 2016

Don’t Boo, Vote

Bernie Sanders’ enthusiastic legion of young, independent and progressive supporters jammed rallies and concerts in a big way. But did they vote?

“The young (voters), the poor ones and those with no party preference were Bernie’s key supporters … and they didn’t show up,” said Paul Mitchell, vice president of Political Data Inc., who […]

August 11th, 2016|Special Hope Blog|
  • Change

Positive Exposures: The Book

The Special Hope Foundation is proud to announce the publication of Change How You See, See How You Change, which tells the story of our friend and grantee Rick Guidotti and his organization POSITIVE EXPOSURES.

Rick-photo1-200x300Rick Guidotti, an award-winning former fashion photographer,  has spent years […]

August 2nd, 2016|Special Hope Blog|