New York, Dallas, Boston and other metropolitan areas have discovered our unique special needs basketball program. Mighty Mike Basketball and our Bounce Out the Stigma Project have partnered with many organizations to offer single day, after school or weekend clinics not to teach kids basketball but teaching them to believe in themselves. Organizations and foundations can now offer kids an after school or weekend program that will allow kids to learn basketball without the fear their ...
A day or week of basketball fun is the agenda to enhance motor skill development, self-confidence, and internal fulfillment with both child and parent. Our Program creates opportunities for children and young adults with special needs, while also raising awareness about stigmas, bullying, and acceptance to all people and ages.
Wheelchair Basketball: LCPR - Bill Mattingly (239)549-1388 Wheelchair Rugby Ed Hooper ( 941) 924-1804 Wheelchair Quad Rugby Wheelchair Tennis Lee County Community Tennis Association (239) 565-5300 Adapted Sailing Program Debra Frankel (239) 248-1120 Adaptive Outdoorsman C.A.S.T. For Kids (425) 251-3214
Upward unifies. community and plant seeds of the gospel! Upward has all the resources necessary to organize a league. They also have amazing support to help people who are new to running the program. Basketball brings people together like nothing else. We’re 500-600 people here today, mingling.
Our Basketball Camps Empower Kids With Autism to Believe in Themselves. There are many camps for the “all-star” main stream kids, and there are many camps for those kids with special needs. But, what about those kids who fall into a spectrum and are not comfortable at either one of these styled camps. Kids with Autism, ADD, Epilepsy, ADHD ...
Basketball Classes Age 7-18. Our basketball program is designed to help children with a variety of special needs grow both athletically and socially in a safe and fun environment.…
Adaptive Recreation offers programs and activities designed to meet the neurodiversity needs of individuals who have developmental delays, cognitive impairments, physical impairments, or autism. All our programs through Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department are inclusive and we welcome anyone to enjoy all that is offered!
In 2004, Leslie and Mike Echolds felt that Orange County lacked a forum for “betweener” special needs kids to play sports, make friends, socialize and grow into adulthood. Little did they know what a need there was… or how deeply Spirit League would impact the lives of our long-term “committed” players and families.
Certified Fitness for Special Needs 422 Rt. 22 West, Whitehouse Station, 908-534-1961. Children's Specialized Hospital 150 New Providence Rd., Mountainside, 908-233-3720 x 5548 Specialized recreational opportunities are offered for children with disabilities up to age 21. The Connection Special Needs Programs
Team TEXAS Special Needs is having a Special Needs Bake Sale on Saturday Dec 14 from 10am to 4pm. at 401 North Main Street at the Old Cedar Inn Lot cross the street from Food Town. Our Special Needs Food Menu: BBQ Sandwiches, Hot Dog, French Fries, Sausage Stick, & Frito Pie. Dessert Menu: Homemade Cookies, Brownies, Pies also Funnel Cakes.