Hand in Hand
3860 Middle Road
Bettendorf, IA 52722
563-332-8010

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Scott County Regional Authority

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March 23, 2017

Aside from being “cool” or “interesting” to the hearing world (because it is definitely those things) believe it or not, Sign Language can be vastly beneficial in your own life and communication with young children, individuals with disabilities, or those who have different needs.

Communication is, first and foremo...

March 22, 2017

 What’s HighScope Curriculum? HighScope has been developed from over fifty years of research and development, and it’s the belief that children have the most potential to learn and develop when they are actively learning. What do we mean by actively learning? According to HighScope, “Active learning means students have...

March 8, 2017

The process of being open minded, having empathy, and being less judgmental of people who are different begins early in life and it’s something we can always get better at throughout adulthood. Awareness can be defined as “knowing that something (such as a situation, condition, or problem) exists; feeling, experiencing...

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"You all are the greatest.  You all do so much to make these children happy.  She has fun and feels very safe there."

Parent of Respite Participant

"I love seeing kids who struggle so much during the year have such a great time at your camp. It’s very special and important what you do."

Quad Cities Service Provider

"We have not had one single negative experience with any aspect of Hand-in-Hand. From enrollment, to summer program, to camp,  to no school-days and school breaks. The office staff, the counselors, the billing...Every. Single. Aspect. Has been nothing but positive!  The only regret we have is that we didn’t find the program sooner."

Parent of Respite Participant

"When I started working at Hand-in-Hand, I had no idea how much the kids and young adults here would teach me. I see a lot of compassion, humor, patience and care from our participants and staff members, and it reminds me to try to be a better person."

Hand-in-Hand Staff Member

"Hand-in-Hand makes my heart feel good!"

Respite Participant

"I am so glad that my son got to go to Hand-in-Hand for 3 years. At 3.5, my son is doing addition/subtraction under five, tons of sight words, and cannot get enough academics in his life. They really helped him get off to a great start in school."

Parent of Childcare Participant

"Have you ever tried to push a shopping cart and a wheelchair at the same time? I don't know what I would do without Hand-in-Hand programs"

Parent of Hand-in-Hand Participant

"The children at Hand-in-Hand inspire me to be the person I am today."

Hand-in-Hand Staff Member

"What I like best about being part of such a special place is its ability to make everyone feel safe and loved while being themselves."

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