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609, 2022

Back to School Means Back to Educational Advocacy for Dallas CASA

Educational advocacy can mean a lot of different things for the children served by Dallas CASA. One child might need reading support while another would benefit from classroom accommodations, but where do you start? Dallas CASA's Nicole Bienusa offers tips for advocates serving children as they return to school this fall.

2907, 2022

Aaron Needed Help at School

Five-year-old Aaron loved school, but due to neglect he was behind academically, socially and emotionally. Together, his CASA volunteer, teachers, therapists, placement and others came together to try to get Aaron the support he needed to thrive in the classroom.

609, 2022

Back to School Means Back to Educational Advocacy for Dallas CASA

Educational advocacy can mean a lot of different things for the children served by Dallas CASA. One child might need reading support while another would benefit from classroom accommodations, but where do you start? Dallas CASA's Nicole Bienusa offers tips for advocates serving children as they return to school this fall.

2907, 2022

Aaron Needed Help at School

Five-year-old Aaron loved school, but due to neglect he was behind academically, socially and emotionally. Together, his CASA volunteer, teachers, therapists, placement and others came together to try to get Aaron the support he needed to thrive in the classroom.

2811, 2016

Rodney and Kendrick Have a Home for the Holidays

By |November 28, 2016|Categories: Children, Community, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Rodney tested positive for drugs at birth like his brother Kendrick had four years before. And just like she had done four years earlier, Rodney’s grandmother opened her heart and her home to another innocent little boy with a rough start to life.

102, 2022

CASAblanca Sponsor Brings Passion for Adoption to the Party

When a staff member approached The Parvin Group’s Chief Operations Officer Sara Escamilla about sponsoring Dallas CASA’s CASAblanca, her answer was a quick yes. It was the same answer Escamilla gave to Child Protective Services when they called almost a decade ago about a group of three siblings who needed a permanent home.

609, 2022

Back to School Means Back to Educational Advocacy for Dallas CASA

Educational advocacy can mean a lot of different things for the children served by Dallas CASA. One child might need reading support while another would benefit from classroom accommodations, but where do you start? Dallas CASA's Nicole Bienusa offers tips for advocates serving children as they return to school this fall.

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