Langley for Families Foundation Grant to Benefit VersAbility’s EPIC Program

Thanks to the Langley for Families Foundation, VersAbility Resources can now serve more children with disabilities.

Earlier this month the Langley for Families Foundation awarded VersAbility a grant to support families in need of emergency supplies for the care of a disabled child. These supplies range from diapers and formula to emergency clothing in times of need.

The $5,000 grant will support the Critical Needs Fund for VersAbility’s Early Prevention and Intervention for Children Program (EPIC), which assists children with developmental delays and their families to reach each developmental milestone.

Infancy and early childhood are critical times in human development. Children under the age of 3 with disabilities need specialized therapies to prepare them for success in school, work and life. Failure to provide these supports comes at a cost to each child, their family and the community. Through the EPIC program, nearly 700 children with disabilities receive tailored therapies annually, maximizing their abilities and future potential.

Langley for Families focuses its charitable giving on healthcare, housing and human services, and access to education for children and families in the Hampton Roads area.

VersAbility’s EPIC program provides free developmental screenings for any child under the age of 3 living in Hampton and Newport News. VersAbility serves each referral, regardless of budget constraints or the family’s ability to pay.

VersAbility Resources supports more than 1,500 people with disabilities and their families from Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, York County and the 10 counties on the Middle Peninsula and the Northern Neck.

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