Working with the cities of McKinney, Frisco, and Allen we have joined forces with a range of agencies to help advance the lives of children. Four of our community helpers are:
McKinney Neuropsychology conducts psychological testing, neuropsychological evaluations, as well as individual, couple and family therapy.
Emerald Palace Practice is a counseling agency that helps families address mental health issues and specializes in learning disabilities such as Autism and ADHD.
Dr. Secola 's Autism and Special Skills Group helps address such issues as effective communication, understanding peers and developing a since of worth.
Guiding Creative Minds is a non-profit that focuses on bringing academic and career awareness to middle and high school students.
Filter(ed) is a craft coffee and culture house...helping the world wake up! Filter(ed) favorites include classic coffee creations, pour-overs, international brew methods, hand-made Italian sodas and filter(ed) eats to pare.
The Plano Conservancy, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, is dedicated to increasing preservation awareness through education and public outreach, and to providing financial assistance to protect and preserve our heritage for this and future generations.
It's an Original, is a watercolor painting gallery, in which individuals can buy one of a kind watercolor paintings or commission specific works of art from the artist.
Interested in volunteering to help children with disabilities but don't know how? Tracks Kids runs multiple social programs for children with disabilities each year and can always use volunteers for these programs.
Seminars and social programs for the LD community often require considerable space. For this reason we are raising funds to procure land and buildings not only to run our programs but expand them. If you wish to donate to this cause feel free to click on Pay Pal or visit our Facebook page.
Tracks 4 Kids is moving its Leadership, Robotics, and History program to the Interurban Railway Museum of Plano this fall season. Dates and times for this program will be announced shortly. Check out our programs page for more information.
Do you wish to keep informed about important research on Autism? How about learning how to socially interact in positive ways with the Autism population? Visit our blog to learn more.