(*) partial Medicaid funded program for eligible participants
|Sunday||Intro to Sports*|
|Magic of Music|
An adaptive sports program to give children with special needs the opportunity to play a variety of sports in an organized, safe environment with a teaching ratio of one staff member for every two participants. This program is designed for children ages 5-8.
A social skills & therapeutic recreation experience filled with laughter, friends and fun. Activities include music, art, games, lunchtime and more. Goals target: typical age recreation skills, self-esteem, attention, language, listening and managing frustration. Children are involved at their level of readiness in a positive, flexible environment.
Individualized, adapted riding instruction helps participants develop independence, new accomplishments, balance, posture, concentration, self-esteem and a love for animals. Enjoy farm animals and grooming horses. Equestrian Special Olympics optional.
After-school recreation program that utilizes cooperative games, crafts, movement, music, and role play to enhance the social skills of neurotypical elementary aged children, grades K-5.
Our special education recreation programs for grades K-5 emphasize social skills while children enjoy unique games, crafts and role play. The curriculum addresses: making and being a good friend, dealing with social challenges, listening, sharing, following rules, understanding & expressing feelings and self-esteem.
Music therapists lead a lively, interactive, goal-oriented program, involving children in singing, movement and musical games. Small classes allow children to explore rhythm and rhyme, percussion instruments, and dramatic play. Our goals include: receptive and expressive language, social skills, improved attention and self-expression. This program can be designed and facilitated for any school age group with special needs, K-12.
A fun time for middle and high school teens with special needs to socialize, build independence, confidence and self-esteem. SPIRIT is a lifeline for teens who have not had an appropriate way to participate in the after-school community. Activities may include: games, art, music, movement, discussions and other typical teen interests. SPARC helps students deal with social challenges, develop new interests and leisure skills.