Welcome to the Isaac Foundation
The ISAAC Foundation was founded after the death of Isaac Dennis Lytle in February, 2007. Feeling strongly that no child should be denied therapy interventions due to inadequate insurance benefits or a family’s inability to pay, Holly Lytle, with the encouragement of her husband Reed, wrote the structure of The ISAAC Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that provides financial assistance in the form of therapy grants to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
The ISAAC Foundation’s unique structure allows parents to be in control of the type of therapy intervention for which services are received as well as the ability to choose providers that are the best fit for their child.
Recognizing that families have struggles beyond the financial impact of meeting the medical needs of a special needs child, The ISAAC Foundation developed an educational workshop program in December of 2010. This provides free educational workshops to parents and caregivers by area experts on a variety of subjects. The mission of this program is to provide families with additional resources to help them decrease stressors in the home. It has been a very worthwhile endeavor and is funded through foundation grant writing efforts.
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