VOLUNTEER
DONATE

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.

By |2022-10-17T14:02:28-05:00September 6, 2022|Children, Volunteers|Comments Off on Back to School Means Back to Educational Advocacy for Dallas CASA

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.

By |2022-09-07T09:58:52-05:00July 29, 2022|Children|Comments Off on Aaron Needed Help at School

Spanish-Speaking Brothers Needed a Role Model

When brothers Adrian, Sergio and Tomas came into protective care, they needed a Spanish-speaking role model to look out for them. Bilingual Dallas CASA volunteer Juan was assigned to their case, bringing a focus on education but also an appreciation of who the boys are.

By |2022-05-31T16:04:32-05:00March 9, 2022|Children|Comments Off on Spanish-Speaking Brothers Needed a Role Model

Title

Go to Top