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We are proud to have been featured by local media for our staff commitment to care and diligent work. The coverage has showcased our services to the community. They have also brought attention to the obstacles we face regularly.

We strive to stay current with statewide issues affecting people with disabilities and ways others can effect positive change to improve the lives of people we serve. Advocacy is our responsibility – and we are strengthened by your action.

TLC sends out a semi-annual newsletter keeping our community informed of ways they can get involved and about our successes and achievements throughout the year. Click on any image to learn more. 

  • Summer newsletter 2016

    Send in Your Colorful Plastics to Bloom  in Re-Sanctuary Garden!

    TLC at Audre's with our Thanks

    Donors to TLC (July 2015 to June 2016)

    Kronenthal House

    4th of July Patriots

  • 2015 Annual Report

    Thank you all who gave in 2015. Your support allows us to continue our mission and ensure our clients are receiving the best therapeutic services for their success. Please click the image to the left to see how your gift made an impact. 

  • Fall Newsletter 2015

    Early Intervention, the earlier the better!

    40 & Fabulous Dance-a-thon

    Spending the 40 for 40 Campaign Proceeds

    Deaf Awareness Day

  • A Safety net under strain
    LA Daily news, July 23, 2015

    "The doctors told Elizabeth Criss that a child with her daughter's disorder would only live until she was 8. She would suffer from seizures, the doctors said. She would likely be unable to communicate and would have problems with her vision. Almost all of that was true, except Emily Criss is now 29"....(click image to read more)

  • summer newsletter 2015
    Celebrating 40 years, july 2015 issue

    40th Anniversary Birthday Bash

    Then and Now

    Donor Appreciation

    Focus on Service:  Physical Therapy, Pool, Center-based Early Learning

    Leave a Lasting Legacy

  • Fall 2014 Newsletter

    Letter from the Executive Director

    2014 Dance-A-Thon!

    New Partnership

    School's In Session!

    Committed to the Cause

  • Fall 2013 Newsletter

    Letter from the Executive Director

    Andrea Zeller: TLC's Angel

    Sensory Room

    Lowe's Heroes

    Vision Screening

  • Fall 2012 newsletter

    Let's Go Camping!

    A Message from Our Executive Director

    Hot Fun All Day Long!

    Breaking Ground

    Special Thank You to Our Donors

  • Summer 2011 newsletter

    Bringing Back the Smile

    An Update of the TLC Early Intervention Program

    A Note on the Children's Afterschool Program

    "If We Fail, Who Will Take Our Place?"

    TLC's Residential Program Expands

  • Summer 2010 newsletter

    Remembering Bunny

    Making a Difference - Early Intervention Works

    TLC Residents Bring Home gold in the Special Games

    TLC Event Update

    Dance-a-thon Raises Spirits and Funds

    Sharon Sides - Volunteer Extraordinaire

  • Summer 2009 Newsletter

    Kick Off TLC Friendraiser a Great Success

    Summer Update from Executive Directors, Ford Neale

    TLC Programs Update

    Dream Dinners is a Dream Come True

    Donor Spotlight: Philip Parmelee

    Special Thanks to Sierra Highway

  • Fall 2008 newsletter

    TLC Welcomes New Director of Children's Programs

    Letter from Executive Director, Ford Neale

    TLC Receives Grant from Santa Monica Rotary

    Help Youth Charities Pledge $100,000 to TLC Children's Center

    TLC Event Update

    The Cammie Farrer Courtyard

  • Blind Chef prepares thanksgiving feast 
    LA daily news, November 21, 2012

    "In the kitchen were the workings of a Thanksgiving feast, prepared for residents of a dozen TLC homes across the San Fernando Valley..." (Click image to read more)

  • Removing obstacles for the disabled
    la daily news, december 21, 2009

    "If we can help more people when they're younger, the changes throughout their lives can be profound..." (Click image to read more)

  • Home at last - Reseda center offers haven for severely disabled, offers hope for parents

    "We're here not to make a profit but to change some lives"... (click image to read more)