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Parents and teachers alike are always looking for ways “to get through to children”, to help them improve their grades, to help them succeed in society as best they can. Piano Wizard Academy does just that and is prove effective for children with disabilities like Down Syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, TBI and more.
Segerstrom Center for the Arts is thrilled to launch a new dance and music school for all kids! They are an all-inclusive school for children with disabilities like visual impairment, autism, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome as well as children that are developmentally typical to explore movement, music, and creativity.
All those who live with a physical, visual disability or deaf or hard of hearing should be given j the opportunity to participate in sports and fitness activities designed to improve self-esteem, growth, and well being. DASA makes that possible!
From sports for the disabled to camps for children that specialize in every kind of need, this website can help you find the perfect activity. Horsemanship, paralympic games, even activities for veterans, it’s all here.
Interested in college but not sure where it’s most accessible? College Choice rates the 50 best disability friendly colleges and universities for you, making it easy to choose.