Wee Care Cash™ 

How do I earn it?

Wee Care Cash™ can be earned periodically by Wee Care Therapy clients who have current remainder balances paid in full (not including transactions pending with third party payors). Wee Care Therapy will advertise Wee Care Cash™ events through social media and other advertising. Prepay for services to earn. Wee Care Cash™ is applied toward future balances on your account after the Wee Care Cash™ payment is applied.
Prepay $1000: earn $100 Wee Care Cash™ applied as account credit
Prepay $2000: earn $250 Wee Care Cash™ applied as account credit
Prepay $3000: earn $450 Wee Care Cash™ applied as account credit

Special Promotion for Wee See Telehealth Services:

Prepay $500 (minimum): earn $500 Wee Care Cash™ (only toward Wee See Telehealth)
Prepay $1000: earn $1000 Wee Care Cash™ applied as account credit! (only toward Wee See Telehealth)

What if I stop service before my Wee Care Cash™ is used?

First, we apply your legal tender, then we apply Wee Care Cash once your legal tender is exhausted. If you are due a refund, you will be refunded based on your payment if your money was not exhausted, but since Wee Care Cash™ is not legal tender, no cash back will be given on earned Wee Care Cash.™ Any unused Wee Care Cash™ is non-refundable.

Wee Care Cash™ may be earned up through 12/31/22. Promotion dates are based on Central Time. Wee Care Cash™ must be applied to a client’s account by 12/31/23, or the credit is lost, and the client is not entitled to the cash equivalency of the credit. Offer is not transferable. Wee Care Cash™ will not be applied to 3rd party payers, only active client payment. Offer cannot be redeemed for cash. It may not be redeemed to purchase other Wee Care Therapy merchandise. Terms are subject to change.

Other Resources

Funding Resources Contact How to Apply Requirements Diagnoses Restrictions Amount Provided Insurance or Income qualifications Deadlines
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf – Parent Infant Financial Aide Program 3417 Volta PL NW
Washington, DC 20007
TEL: 202-337-5220
TTY#:202-337-5221
Email: financialaid@agbell.org
website application Families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing – program assistance for wide range of ages Deafness/hearing loss Diagnosis based ? ? Program is usually open between July and Sept
Anna’s Celebration of Life 317-524-1300 | contact@acolf.org | P.O. Box: 17730 Indianapolis, IN 46217 App on website or contact for more information Children who live in IN ? Only children from IN Life enhancing gifts needed to thrive ? ?
Aubrey Rose Foundation Aubrey Rose Foundation
Attn: Grant Request
3862 Race Road
Cincinnati, OH 45211
website, or print/mail, also must write letter of inquiry to apply Life threatening medical condition, based on need, possible help with outstanding med bills insurance won’t cover Life-threatening condition Won’t cover non-medical expenses or previous bills that have already been paid – one application per family Based on need Letter of inquiry detailing family situation/what you’re asking for, EOB/COB from insurance, copies of bills you want paid Grants awarded quarterly but can apply at any time – Board meets Mar, June, Sept, December – Notified within 60 days of meeting
Autism Care Today (877) 9ACT-TODAY and send e-mail: info@act-today.org website Proof of income, app for each child Autism Only one item request,  will not pay for treatments reimbursed by another source, if so, family must pay back 100-5000 Preferred families make less than $100,00  and have multiple ASD diagnoses Quarterly
Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation- iPad for Kids Must email them when app open, COVID? website ? Autism ? Ipad assistance ? ?
Camp New Hope – IL (217) 895-2341 Contact by phone or website for more information ? Developmental Disabilities Children Summer camp and year-round respite programs ? ?
C.A.R.E. Foundation Call 1-833-222-ICAN or fill out contact form on website website Anyone who has a child diagnosed with autism, lives within the US, must provide IRS tax forms and ASD diagnosis proof Autism ? Based on need, depends on available funding Income less of 75000 Grants accepted year round, funds sent to providers, response in 6-8 weeks
Children’s Wish Foundation International (800) 323-WISH (3474) Contact by phone or website for more information Must have a life threatening illness Life-threatening illness Children Family Focus program allows Wish Families a respite from hospital or treatment life ? ?
Disabled Childrens Relief Fund 516-377-1605 Call for info Disabled Children ? Children Cash grants for assistive devices, equipment, and rehabilitative services, as well as for innovative arts and humanitarian services Preference given to families who do not have health insurance ?
Division of Specialized Care for Children (800)722-WISH (9474) Contact by phone or website for more information Children with chronic health impairments determined eligible for program support Chronic Health Impairments Children Offers care coordination and cost-supported diagnosis and treatment ? ?
First Hand Foundation Fax: 816-571-1569 email: firsthandfoundation@cerner.com mail: 2800 Rockcreek Parkway Kansas City, MO 64117 Molley Amey molley.amey@cerner.com Website, mail to First Hand Case Managers
2800 Rockcreek Parkway
North Kansas City, MO 64117
Or Fax: (816) 571-1569,
Individuals18 or younger (19-21 if child-like mental state), under care of pediatrician, specific health care need, clinically relevant request, letter from doc, disclose other grants/fundraising, letterhead from provider w/ costs, POC/eval, letter from specialist Treatment related to need Will not pay copays/coinsurance/deductibles. no existing insurance coverage for expenses, no services already rendered, no alternative treatment/drugs. one request per year, 3 times max See website, based on gross income after out-of-pocket med expenses in. various categories. Will not pay copays/coinsurance, provide most recent W-2 or Tax return, Meetings held first weds each month, follow up within 2 weeks, money to provider must be used within 12 months
First Steps Lake County (219) 322-1415 Contact the System Point of Entry (SPOE) by phone number shown IN children from birth to 3 years who qualify for services based on diagnosis or delay based on assessment from the assessment team (Wee Care Therapy is an approved Provider Agency for Lake County IN First Steps – services are based on availability at the time of referral) ? Indiana resident – Birth to 3 years of age Coordinated therapy and other services and assistance – Copays may be involved Contact the System Point of Entry (SPOE) by phone number shown Before child is 3 years of age
Giving Angel’s Foundation Grants@givingangelsfoundation.org  or Giving Angels Foundation
1461 Golden Drive
Dresher, PA 19025 or P: 267-332-1320
F: 215-542-9996
website Lower income family w/ physical disabiltiy 21 and younger, provide proof of income/disability Any type of physical disability (such as, but not limited to, spina bifida, paralysis, missing limbs) or illness (such as, but not limited to, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, cancer). One grant per family 1,000 max 50,000 Max income threshold App accepted through year,  decisions once per month except summer
Hannah’s Hope info@hannahshope.org Therapist completes EAP form on website Child needs to be in therapy and therapist needs to complete request based on therapeutic needs Children with special needs Birth-18 years old – Must live in Northwest IN (Lake, Porter or LaPorte counties) $500 per year per child NA Annual
Health Well Foundation (COVID-19 Insurance Premium Payment Assistance) Grants@healthwellfoundation.org or call 800-675-8416 Only phone applications only right now Insurance holders, see layoff/restrictions Unsure, depends on layoff circumstance Insurance policy holder has been laid off from job due to COVID-19 crisis -OR- furloughed from job due to COVID-19 crisis -AND- insurance policy holder -OR- covered member of health insurance policy: a. Has a cancer/oncology diagnosis -OR- serious, chronic illness -AND- b. Is in active treatment where a disruption in therapy would have serious consequences for patient -AND- Household Income of insurance policy holder prior to being laid off or furloughed is within 500% of Federal Poverty Level up to 6000 500% of Fed Pov Level max, no reimbursements ?
Health Well Foundation (COVID-19 Insurance Premium Payment Assistance) Grants@healthwellfoundation.org or call 800-675-8417 Only phone applications right now Insurance holders, see layoff/restrictions Unsure, depends on layoff circumstance Insurance policy holder has been laid off from job due to COVID-19 crisis -OR-
furloughed from job due to the COVID-19 crisis -AND- Insurance policy holder -OR- a covered member of insurance policy:
a. Has a cancer/oncology diagnosis -OR- serious, chronic illness -AND- b. Is in active treatment where a disruption in therapy would have serious consequences for patient -AND- Household Income within 500% of Federal poverty level
up to 6001 500% of Fed Pov Level max, no reimbursements ?
Health Well Foundation (Cystic Fibrosis Treatment) website website HealthWell bases eligibility on an individual’s medical, financial and insurance situation Cystic Fibrosis Must meet the following eligibility requirements: being treated for cystic fibrosis, have insurance and it covers premiums, income falls within guidelines and being treated in the US Up to $15,000 Household income limit 500% of federal poverty level ?
Health Well Foundation (Pediatric Assistance) grants@healthwellfoundation.org or call 800-675-8416 only phone interviews right now HealthWell bases eligibility on an individual’s medical, financial and insurance situation See disibility list on website – Some diagnoses include cerebral palsy, ADD, autism, bilateral hearing loss, chronic bronchitis, cleft palate, Down syndrome, depression, epilepsy, gastrointestinal disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, heart disease, kidney disease, muscular dystrophy, OCD, sleep apnea, retinoblastoma of eye, scoliosis, seizures, severe concussion, and Williams syndrome Child is being treated for chronic/life-altering condition, you have insurance and it covers meds, income falls within guidelines, US treatment only— Can only get it ONE time in lifetime. up to 3000 500% of Fed Pov Level max, no reimbursements ?
Helping Challenged Children ? App on website or contact for more information Last resort for families who can’t get financial help from insurance, state agencies, or other funding options ? 18 years of age and younger, must enhance quality of life Grants assist families with purchases of costly items like wheelchair lifts, ear molds, adaptive tricycles, rolling shower chairs, hearing aids, and leg braces to name a few For families who can’t get coverage through insurance ?
Helping from Heaven (847) 624-LEXI (5394) Contact by phone or website for more information Families and therapists of children with special needs who need financial and/or community support ? Children Provides education, therapy and playground equipment, therapy toys, resources and scholarships for families and therapists ? ?
Illinois Elks Childrens’ Care Association (866) 224-1197 Contact by phone or website for more information Physical and occupational therapy students of IL, who are legal residents of IL can get medical assistance, as long as it falls within the IECCC scope and guidelines ? Children with physical challenges under age 21 years ? ? ?
Illinois Youth with Disabilities Leadership Summit (866) 224-1197 Contact by phone or website for more information Youth must live in IL and have a strong desire to learn and grow as a leader ? Youths who wish to apply should have a disability, be between the ages of 17-24 Summit empowers young leaders to learn from each other and from successful adults with disabilities who are recognized leaders and role models ? ?
Indiana Childrens’ Wish Fund (636) 227-2339 Contact by phone or website for more information IN children between the ages of 3-18 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness Life threatening illness The only IN wish granting organization accredited by and a member of the “Association of Wish Granting Organizations”-  funding is made possible through the support of corporate donations, individuals, and fundraising events $5500 average cost ? ?
Joni and Friends International Disability Center (818) 707-9707 Contact by phone or website for more information Wheels for the World program provides wheelchairs to children and adults affected by disability worldwide. 21 offices nationwide. International offices in Europe, Pacific Rim, Africa and Asia ? Children and adults affected by disability Provides wheelchairs ? ?
Kids Wish Network (888) 918-9004 Contact by phone or website for more information Children suffering with life-threatening conditions Life-threatening condition Children Grants wishes and creates programs ? ?
Knights of Columbus ? See website for more information Knights of Columbus sick, disabled, and needy members and their families ? ? Aid and assistance ? ?
Make a Wish Foundation (800)722-WISH (9474) Contact by phone or website for more information ? Critical illess ? ? ? ?
Marty Lions Foundation (631) 543-9474 Contact by phone or website for more information Diagnosed with terminal or life threatening illness by attending physician and confirmed by the Foundation’s medical advisors Terminal or life threatening illness ? Wish program ? ?
Muscular Dystrophy Foundation (317) 615-9140 Contact by phone or website for more information Available when other resources (private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or other personal/community resources) are not available Muscular dystrophy Must be diagnosed with muscular dystrophy Helps provide goods and services When private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or other personal/community resources are not available ?
National Spinal Cord Injury Association (718) 803-3782 Contact by phone or website for more information American living with spinal cord injury or disease and their family Spinal cord injury or disease ? ? ? ?
Shriners Hospitals for Children (813) 281-0300 Contact by phone or website for more information Provides services regardless of patients’ ability to pay Orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate Children Provides specialty pediatric care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs ? ?
Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP) (309) 235-2385 Contact by phone or website for more information Priority attention is applied to applicants with low income status Physical or cognitive disability Children between 3 and 21 Provides secialized equipment, services, and education ? ?
Sunshine Foundation (215) 396 4770 info@sunshinefoundation.org Chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children ? Age 3-18 years, whose families cannot fulfill requests due to financial strain that child’s illness may cause Grants wishes ? ?
The Barr Association (561) 391-7601 Contact by phone or website for more information ? Amputee ? ? ? ?
Travis Roy Foundation (617) 619-8257 Contact by phone or website for more information ? Spinal cord injury ? Provides adaptive equipment ? ?
Wheel to Walk Foundation (503) 257-1401 Contact by phone or website for more information Helps children with special needs who experience difficulty obtaining funding from their insurance companies ? ? Provides financial assistance for essential services and equipment for anything from leg braces, bath chairs, and gait trainers to therapy tricycles and wheelchairs For those who have difficulty obtaining insurance funding ?
Wheelchairs 4 Kids info@wheelchairs4kids.org or call 727-946-0963 Provider referall  by calling or emailing Under 21 years, member of medical team must verify mobility, condition and needs and proof of denial Proof of condition, proof of denial for payment from insurer with application ? ? ? ?
Zanes Foundation website Contact through website Families of children with special needs ? ? Funds designated for respite care, therapies, or other assistive equipment ? ?