Resources to find support groups and professional services.
Referral agencies, support groups and activities. Also see programs listed throughout Kidsguide, as they are often open to those with special needs For additional resources, see our current issue.
A list of Autism organizations.
A comprehensive list of directories and/or referrals that are available for parents of children with special needs.
Music therapy for children with developmental disabilities is offered with Kelly Summer Music Therapy Studio. Music therapy is the clinical and evidenced-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic environment.
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A comprehensive list of resource organizations for dyslexia and ADD/ADHD.
Special events are offered monthly for families with children whose developmental abilities fall on the Autism Spectrum.
Special-need students of all ages can participate in a vaulting program (gymnastics on horseback); Mondays, 2-7 p.m. No experience necessary.
Sports training and competition for children (8+) with limited intellectual and physical abilities.
“Hope and Real Solutions for Learning and Attention Challenges.” These include: dyslexia, auditory processing disorders, learning disabilities, attention deficit, Executive Function, processing skills, Autism Spectrum Disorders, reading, writing, spelling and math.
The Rinks offer street hockey and ice hockey for all ages and skill levels with special needs. Participants practice weekly, learn fundamentals and play games.