American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC

Thank you for your support! The American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC is a bipartisan independent expenditure-only group (not a charity) established under Section 527 of the IRS tax code. We believe it’s our duty to help elect public officials who support autistic children, and to educate Members of Congress as well as the public about issues related to children with disabilities.

American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC

Mission

The American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC is a bipartisan independent expenditure-only group (not a charity) established under Section 527 of the IRS tax code. We believe it’s our duty to help elect public officials who support autistic children and to educate Members of Congress as well as the public about issues related to children with disabilities.

American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC

Our Story

Through your much-needed support. The needs of Children and Families affected by disabilities like Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome can be heard. Cerebral palsy refers to a group of neurological disorders that appear in infancy or early childhood and permanently affect body movement and muscle coordination Cerebral palsy (CP) is caused by damage to or abnormalities inside the developing brain that disrupt the brain’s ability to control movement and maintain posture and balance. Down Syndrome is a chromosomal condition that is associated with intellectual disability, a characteristic facial appearance, and weak muscle tone (hypotonia) in infancy. All affected individuals experience cognitive delays, but the intellectual disability is usually mild to moderate. These special children and the parents and families of these children need help.

Political Advocacy by Parents of Children with Disabilities
To say that parents of children with disabilities have learned to multitask is an understatement. Providing for the many personal and care needs of your child on a daily basis can be overwhelming, but advocating for your child is a true act of love that makes the effort well worth it. Caring for your child with special needs often involves more than the daily activities of providing food and shelter. Sometimes you must aggressively advocate with legislators and others in positions of authority to do the right thing for your child and others, an activity that may take you out of your comfort zone. If you are able to become an advocate, your advocacy could make a real difference statewide or nationally for your loved one and others.

Special Needs Tax Credit Act
To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide a credit to individuals for legal expenses paid with respect to establishing guardianship of a family member with disabilities.

Disability Employment Incentives
The Disability Employment Incentives Act (DEIA) will encourage employers to hire and retain people with autism and other disabilities by increasing the impact of three existing tax credits currently available to employers.

These are just a few of the many programs that we want our public officials to promote. With your continued help, we can see the election of leaders who will see to it that no child with a disability is ever treated unfairly.

Thank you again for your support. A large portion of the proceeds from this campaign are used to defray the costs of fundraising. Your support is very important to us. With the support of you and thousands of other like-minded concerned citizens, the American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC hopes to see elected public officials who will continue the fight for programs and legislation to support people in need!

Paid for by the American Alliance for Disabled Children PAC, an independent expenditure-only committee www.americandisabledchildren.org, and not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee. A copy of the committee’s report is filed with the Federal Election Commission, Washington, D.C. 20463. Not printed at government expense.