About Us

As a newly formed Non Profit organization, outreach will be accomplished through social media, networking & community partnerships.

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Our story

Rainbow of Hope Texas is a 32-acre farm and ranch community serving youth with developmental disabilities, who are on the threshold of the most critical transition of their lives to date: the transition to adulthood. 

With multiple pastures and barns, two horse arenas, tack room, fishing pond, and of course horses and ponies, we provide a serene setting where participants can learn new skills and develop confidence in their growth towards young adulthood.

Our Team

At Rainbow of Hope Texas we aspire to be a positive and strong influence on the developmentally, physically, and emotionally challenged communities by creating a program that is unique and progressive…where there really is a miracle waiting just on the other side of the rainbow.

Ann Henderson

My name is Ann Henderson, I began my career working with the Autism Community in 2002, where I became an ABA Therapist & fell in love with the Autism community. Throughout my career, I have worked in the public school system as a Para Professional with Special Needs students as well as several ABA Clinics.
 The summer of 2007, I opened a Social Skills program out of my home. During this time I was preparing a small group of children diagnosed  with Autism & Aspergers for 3rd grade. Our focus was Academics, Social Skills, Homework & Field Trips. Once the school year began, I went back to college where I earned 2 years of Psychology.
In 2012, God led my husband, Jack to this property in Rosharon, Texas. In 2020, I was blessed to reunite with my former colleagues, Crystal & Vivian, where we are currently building Rainbow of Hope Texas one step at a time.

Crystal Warren

My name is Crystal Warren,   I started my journey working with children and young adults with autism and other special needs when I was 16 years old. I knew from that point on that this was my assignment in life.  I have over 20 years experience working in the field, during  my time in ABA I developed a passion for teaching children new skills and also assisting families in learning skills to help teach  their children.  I worked as a direct therapist under the supervision of a bcba for at an esteemed ABA clinic for 5 years, I became very passionate about spreading awareness in the communities and soon become apart of the business development team where I helped families receive services in several different states. This sense of compassion and drive to serve a population of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities inspired a career I love, and the meaningful work I do inspires me every day. Working with individuals with special needs brings with it a host of unique challenges and opportunities. The children I work with make every day fulfilling, and I know my work is making a positive impact and helping each individual to grow, gain skills and work towards independence. 

Remembering that everything I do serves a greater purpose helps me see the bigger picture. My work has truly made me a better person personally and professionally. Reconnecting with my sisters in service, Vivian and Ann has brought my journey full circle, with Rainbow of Hope!

Vivian Carmona

My name is Vivian Carmona and I have been following my calling since my high school days. I volunteered my afternoons in the special education room because of the significant affinity I held and still have for individuals with special needs.
Senior year at Houston Baptist University, where I earned my BA in psychology and BS in biology, I began working as a life skills assistant for a family with a daughter my age with Aspergers and OCD. In a short time my interest grew and so did my abilities to communicate effectively and assist individuals to improve their quality of life.
I received ABA (applied behavior analysis) therapy training at TEXANA in Richmond, TX where I discovered just how effective this type of therapy is.
Being an individual ABA therapist was more than I imagined and I learned immensely. Soon after I was able to have my own classrooms of life skills and transitional kindergarten at other esteemed clinics. Utilizing our natural environment we find all sorts of teaching moments and learn something useful for everyday life. Through all my years of serving I was unknowingly laying down stones that would lead me here and reunite me with Ann and Crystal at Rainbow of Hope.

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Rainbow of Hope Texas aspires to be a positive and strong influence on the developmentally, physically, and emotionally challenged communities by creating a program that is unique and progressive.

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