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Orlando Extracurricular Activities

Chance 2 Dance
Chance 2 Dance | Chance2DanceFL.com

264 SR 436, Casselberry, 407-588-9589, support@chance2dancefl.org

Ages 3 and Older – Inclusive & Accommodating Dance Classes We welcome everyone to join us in Central Florida’s only inclusive and accommodating dance studio! Multiple styles of dance offered from professional dancers who are certified in inclusion and special needs training. Call to schedule a free trial.

GOALS Little Linksters Golf
GOALS Little Linksters Golf | LittleLinksters.com

Orlando, 321-278-1612, nonprofit@LittleLinksters.com

Ages 3 to 18 – G.O.A.L.S. (Golf Outreach Advances Life Skills) brings the game of golf to children, regardless of special needs. Golf teaches skills that will help children in every aspect of their lives. Ask about a FREE trial month!

OCA
OCA | gooca.org

Orlando, 407-808-7837, info@gooca.org

All Ages – OCA brings the world of extracurricular activities to a safe and supportive environment. After-school care is offered at our main campus, allowing children the opportunity to rotate between indoor and outdoor activities with their peers. During school breaks and summer time, OCA camp provides an unparalleled, interactive leisure program with games, music, dance, art, community partner events, theater production, and field trips. OCA provides these opportunities with the support of our Counselor’s In Training (CIT’s) that offer natural learning opportunities for our participants with their typical peers. School aged children are offered an opportunity to keep their mind and body active, while building language, social skills, athletic ability, tolerance for diversity, and experiencing an ongoing opportunity for personal gains.

Special Needs Ability Program (SNAP)
Special Needs Ability Program (SNAP) | SpecialNeedsAbilityProgram.com

Orlando, 800-816-5235

All Ages – SNAP offers a multitude of resources to the Sanford and Deltona area and beyond including: Parent Information and Support Group: Meets every other Thursday evening for dinner, workshops, parent information and support. Childcare is also provided. Workability Program: Hire special needs individuals to perform work in the community. Lawn Care in a SNAP: This program empowers special needs young adults to perform lawn care and pressure washing to residential and commercial customers. Advocacy: SNAP assists families with advocating for their children through the IEP process with the public schools. Social Events Paraprofessional Training SNAP Youth Group: Targeted typical siblings of a special needs family member and High School students to work with our special needs population.

Palm Beach Extracurricular Activities

Camp Shalom at the Mandel JCC
Camp Shalom at the Mandel JCC | CampShalom.org

5221 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gardens & 8500 Jog Road, Boyton Beach

Contact Rachel Karpeles: 561-712-5226

Multiple programs for campers with mild to moderate special needs including:

Tikvah-a social, recreational program for ages 6-22, Inclusion Camp-for campers with mild exceptionalities and their neurotypical peers in grades K-8, Summer School Fridays-for children who attend Summer School Monday through Thursday, and Avodah-for independent teens and young adults who desire a more vocationally focused summer camp.

Sugar Sand Park Community Center
Sugar Sand Park Community Center | SugarSandPark.org

300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton 561-347-3900

All Ages – The Community Center houses the Children’s Science Explorium and the Willow Theatre. They offer Community Center classes, parent lectures, sensory-friendly movies, sensory-friendly Explorium times. Plus special events, carousel rides, and an all-access science playground. The park is free admission.

Miracle League (Baseball)
Miracle League (Baseball) | miracleleaguepalmbeachcounty.com

Miracle League Games are held at: 1905 SW 4th Avenue, Delray Beach

Contact Julia Kadel: 561-414-4441

Ages 5 to 21 – Making it possible for children with physical and mental disabilities to achieve the dream to play ball. The field is complete with a cushioned synthetic turf to help prevent injuries, wheelchair accessible dugouts, and a completely flat surface to eliminate any barriers to the wheelchair bound or visually impaired players. Buddies serve to assist players.

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