On the Spectrum: Children and Autism (Video - Parent)
This video will "enable pediatric practitioners, clinicians, and early childhood educators to recognize the early warning signs of autism spectrum disorders in early childhood and to understand the...
Ages 4 months - 3 years.
Family T.I.E.S. Network (Online - Parent)
"Family T.I.E.S. Network assists families: To discover information about their child's abilities and potential. To access and use educational, community, and medical resources. To become...
Age groups: Infancy (<1), Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5), Adolescence (13-21), Toddlerhood (1-3), School Age (6-12)
Adventure Seekers (Program)
Teens with mild developmental disabilities can enjoy community outings. Schedule of events will be distributed after first class.
Age groups: Adolescence (13-21)
Infant Program: Our Infant Program offers a safe and nurturing environment for children 2 months to 15 months old. Warmth, interaction and attention to each baby's schedule are the foundations of our...
Age groups: Infancy (<1)
The Ragged Edge (Online)
The successor to one of Disability Culture's oldest and best loved publications, the award winning Disability Rag. Mary Johnson and her staff of writers have given our movement the information and...
Age groups: Toddlerhood (1-3), School Age (6-12), Infancy (<1), Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5), Adolescence (13-21), Adulthood (22+)
Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies (Program)
Belmont offers school aged children the opportunity to explore the insect world by attending 'Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies'. Part of the course will involve short field trips on the Belmont campus....
Age groups: School Age (6-12)
Eden Wood Center (Program)
Eden Wood Center offers a variety of activities such as canoeing, boating, camp-outs, fishing, arts and crafts, sing-a-longs, dances, hikes in the woods, and much more. Activities are adapted to the...
Age groups: Adolescence (13-21), Adulthood (22+), School Age (6-12)
Lawroweld Blind Camp (Program)
Imagine what it's like for a blind child to attend one of our National Camps for Blind Children. Fun and adventure provide motivation, recreation, and education -- free of charge to the blind. ...
Age groups: Adolescence (13-21), School Age (6-12)
CueSign Camp (Program)
We believe children need to be exposed to complete representations of language to develop the linguistic foundation necessary for life-long learning; should have equal access to both American...
Age groups: School Age (6-12), Adulthood (22+), Adolescence (13-21)