my son goes to helpinghands ever since he was 3 i,m seeing a whole new person now then when he started. when he first met with the staff he would only say [it,s a good day] when he could do things that he knew or understood what they were saying to him. then if he didn,t or couldn,t do somethings he would say[ it,s not a good day] he never said yes or no. well he came along way baby as they say. he goes to the preschool class 5 days a week for 2 hours and you would never know how happy he is that he can talk to other kids and people now. i cannot express my feelings enough for all the help they gave him. he was born with a speech problem, were he knew what you were saying but he could not say words that you or i could understand. today he still has some problems but not the way it use to be. please if any parent sees or feels that there might be a problem with their child do your child that helping hand and have the staff see them, they,ll evaluate and tell you what they think your child might need.
The Dominican House of Hazleton, Inc. is the only one hispanic organization working with the Diversiry in the North East of Pennsylvania. Celebrating the 10th anniversary as a remarkable milestone and true testament of dedication and commitment to our community throughout these many years. Educating and empowering local residents.