Now that school is back in session, you may be looking for after school programs to help your children discover new interests and talents. Or perhaps you simply need ideas for things to do once the bell rings. We’ve got your covered!
Sports are a great way for people of all ages to get fit, build strength, and develop friendships, but for individuals with disabilities opportunities to participate in sports can sometimes be difficult to find. Fortunately, TOPSoccer gives children and adults who are cognitively, physically, or emotionally challenged the opportunity to play soccer.
The Ability Center works hard to empower individuals with disabilities by teaching skills to help with socializing, working, and living independently. In 2017, The Ability Center’s Community Connections Program was restructured. Renamed the Life Skills Program, there is now a renewed focus on helping youth with disabilities develop employability and independent living skills. Developing skills
The summer heat is here with repeated declarations of “I’m bored” from the kids. We have compiled a list of local pools and splash pads which provide a perfect way to beat the heat and to keep the kids entertained.
Just because school is out doesn’t mean learning has to end. The Toledo Lucas County Public Library keeps kids on track academically and to help build a love for reading.
With a stated mission “to positively impact the lives of individuals with autism and those whose lives they touch,” Bittersweet Farms provides opportunities for adults and adolescents with autism to grow, work and live to their fullest potential.