Any Baby Can improves the lives of children by strengthening them and their families through education, therapy and family support services.
When Angela found out she was pregnant she was scared and alone. “I didn’t have anybody,” she says. Even still, when Angela learned about Any Baby Can, she was hesitant. “I was shy and resentful; I had too much pride and thought I didn’t want the help.Read more about Angela and Alani
Evelyn, a smart girl with an outgoing personality, didn’t speak a word until she was seven years old. As an infant, Evelyn had an ear infection that was misdiagnosed, subsequently worsening and causing permanent hearing damage and speech delays. After learning the devastating news, Evelyn’s parents fought to cope with the fact that their baby girl now had a lifelong disability.Read more about Evelyn
From Malinda’s calm demeanor, you would never guess what she has endured. Her two year old son, Aaron, babbles “mama” and “bye-bye” and explores everything around him. She comforts and corrects him with ease, seeming like a seasoned pro instead of a first-time mom. But just last January, Malinda received a phone call that is every mother’s worst nightmare. Aaron was in the emergency room.Read more about Malinda and Aaron
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the resignation of Any Baby Can Executive Director, Margi Preston. Margi’s husband has been transferred to Washington, D.C., and she is moving to join him. Margi will stay at Any Baby Can as long as needed through July 15th.Read more about Executive Director Margi Preston Resigns
Any Baby Can is proud to partner with New York-based Carnegie Hall and Austin Classical Guitar to launch the Lullaby Project in Austin, Texas.Read more about Lullaby Project Launches in Austin, Texas
1 in 4
people living in poverty is a Hispanic child
children in Travis County have a special health care need
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Texas preschoolers is not read to regularly
Join Any Baby Can at our Families First Tour, a behind the scenes look at the work we do to transform lives. Tours are one hour, start to finish, and held twice a month.