The Autism Center of North Mississippi - ribbon cutting for sensory room provided by Sh

Who are we?

 The Shepherd’s Hands is a 501c3 non-profit organization that helps to fund urgent needs of surrounding organizations that provide services for women and children. We are based in Tupelo, MS and are governed by local business professionals. We love giving back to our community, will you join us?

Our donors make a difference...

Regional Rehab

  

Because of your support, the Regional Rehabilitation Center in Tupelo was able to cover the $1500 cost of providing 3 therapists with continued Kinesiotherapy Tape Training.   

What is Kinesiotherpay taping? According to Kensiotaping.com, the definition is as follows: a definitive rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting

This is a necessary and beneficial therapy for many individuals coming to them for assistance in living a better life.



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S.A.F.E.

   

S.A.F.E. reached out to us as a new organization requesting funding this year. As the number of those in need increase, so does their need for space. After expanding services into a building on their property, it couldn't be used as a necessary daycare facility without a privacy fence surrounding it. Now they have a safe, secure location for the children of women receiving their services!

Above: Shirley Lawrence, SAFE, and Louis Marascalco, Shepherds Hands Board Member                            

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Autism Center of North Mississippi

The Autism Center of North Mississippi reached out to us in need of additional training materials in order to better serve their clients ages 10-18 with autism.

A donation of $2540 provided staff training on a new program to serve clients in this age range. Thee funds will provide for 2 PEAK material kits and 5 sets of modules.

Pictured: Center-Brittany Cuevas, Autism Center Executive Director and staff                                    

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