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Valley News: Middle Georgia

April 24, 2024

Harmonies and healing: Georgia Southern’s RiteCare Center forms singing group to aid in Parkinson’s Disease therapy

Through a unique and collaborative singing group called the Savannah Songbirds, the RiteCare Center for Communications Disorders uses this group to raise awareness of PD while providing therapeutic support through the power of music.

Associate Professor of Voice Emily Grundstad-Hall, DMA, left, plays the piano while members of the Savannah Song Birds sing.

Valley News: Middle Georgia

April 16, 2024

RiteCare program helps children find their voice

An estimated 200,000 of Georgia’s 2.5 million children ages 1 through 17 have some form of speech or language deficit, according to The Scottish Rite Orient of Georgia, and the organization and its Foundation are working to help those children find their voice through the RiteCare Program, which provides low- or no-cost intervention support to families in need.

Valley News: Savannah

April 8, 2024

RiteCare Center, communication disorders students receive financial awards from Scottish Rite Masons

Georgia Southern University’s RiteCare Center for Communication Disorders recently received a boost from the Scottish Rite Masons when the organization made an $11,500 donation to the center. The group also awarded two scholarships to graduate students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSDS) program.

Valley News: Atlanta

The Scottish Rite Foundation of Georgia is hosting a Casino night benefitting the Valley of Atlanta RiteCare.

Saturday, June 15 from 7-10 P.M.

Valley News: South West Georgia

Join us for the 4th Annual Scottish Rite Golf Tournament benefiting Georgia RiteCare. Enjoy a day of golf, participate in raffles, a silent auction, and more. To learn more, download the flyer below.

Friday, April 26 at 10:30 A.M.

Valley News: Middle Georgia

The Valley of Middle Georgia Rite Care Program has been offered the opportunity to partner with Jubilee Farms and the Heart of Georgia Shootout held at the Reaves Arena inside of the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry Georgia.

April 26 and 27 at 7:30 P.M.

Doors Open at 5:30

Valley News: Columbus

This year’s RiteCare Charity Dove Shoot was held on Saturday, September 2, 2023, in Weston, GA.

The money raised from this event went to the Scottish Rite Foundation of Georgia, RiteCare Program, a 501c-(3) Organization, to help support the Autism Learning Center, LLC., in Columbus, with our goal of “Helping Children Communicate”. 

The dollars you help us raise could change a child’s life forever.

All Georgia DNR Rules and Laws Apply – Fees Are Not Tax Deductible.

Valley News: Valdosta

Valdosta State University

Unlock the journey of two ambitious Valdosta State University students who overcame financial hurdles and are on their path to becoming speech-language pathologists, thanks to scholarships from the Scottish Rite Foundation of Georgia.

Valdosta Daily News
Screening Literacy: Program identifies, helps children with reading problems

WALB 10 News
VSU summer program helps students with learning disorders

Valley News: South West Georgia

A new program bridges the literacy gap for students in Valdosta: Watch the Story Here!
City schools get jump start on dyslexia screenings: Read the Article!
Partnership provides dyslexia screenings: Read the Article!
Valdosta State initiative helps improve child literacy across South Georgia: Watch the Story!
Valdosta community fights child literacy issues: Read the Article!

Valley News: Columbus

This year’s RiteCare Charity Dove Shoot was held on Saturday, September 2, 2023, in Weston, GA.

The money raised from this event went to the Scottish Rite Foundation of Georgia, RiteCare Program, a 501c-(3) Organization, to help support the Autism Learning Center, LLC., in Columbus, with our goal of “Helping Children Communicate”. 

The dollars you help us raise could change a child’s life forever.

All Georgia DNR Rules and Laws Apply – Fees Are Not Tax Deductible.

Valley News: Valdosta

Valdosta State University

Unlock the journey of two ambitious Valdosta State University students who overcame financial hurdles and are on their path to becoming speech-language pathologists, thanks to scholarships from the Scottish Rite Foundation of Georgia.

Valdosta Daily News
Screening Literacy: Program identifies, helps children with reading problems

WALB 10 News
VSU summer program helps students with learning disorders