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San Antonio Express News

Making a Difference in San Antonio: Respite Care

December 6, 2021

Presented by the PM Group -- Respite Care of San Antonio is a haven for children with special needs and a life vest for their parents and caregivers, keeping them afloat through the challenges that come their way.

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San Antonio Business Journal

GOOD WORKS SA: Nonprofit for special needs children
looks to the community

April 24, 2020

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San Antonio Business Journal

2018 Midsize Nonprofit: Respite Care of San Antonio Inc.

November 16, 2018

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Soundings from Stanford

Respite: a journey into Foster Care

2018

For Rachel Vaughan, volunteering at RCSA changed her career trajectory. She went to Stanford and decided to go into the special needs field. She created this podcast about her experience at Respite Care of San Antonio and the need to create stronger supports for children with special needs.

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Spectrum News

Respite Care of San Antonio Hosts
Celebration of Love and Children

May 24, 2017

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NBA.com

Award has miles for Leonard

April 23, 2015

Kawhi Leonard was at a local theatre in December to watch “The Lion King” with his mother, when he found out children from Respite Care of San Antonio were attending the same show. Plans to duck in and out of the theatre were scrapped, as Leonard spent a few extra minutes visiting with the kids, many who have special needs.

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San Antonio Express News

For Harvey Najim, life is about ‘servant leadership’

September 10, 2015

Charity — for kids, especially — is his passion

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MySanAntonio.com

Respite Care SA offers much-needed services
for developmentally disabled children

November 26, 2015

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WOAI News 4 San Antonio

Children's Respite Care of SA could use your support

August 7, 2013

It is the only emergency shelter in the state for children with special needs. Respite Care of San Antonio provides a safe, temporary place for those children who cannot remain safely at home.

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