Adaptive Sports and Recreation: Many local communities offer adaptive sports programs, such as wheelchair basketball, para-swimming, adaptive skiing, and more. These programs help individuals with disabilities participate in sports and physical activities tailored to their needs.  

 Dance and Movement Classes: Adaptive dance and movement classes enable individuals with physical disabilities to experience the joy of dance and creative expression in a supportive environment. 

Theater and Drama Workshops: Drama programs for disabled individuals offer a platform for self-confidence, communication skills, and storytelling through acting and theater performances.  

Creative Writing Workshops: Writing workshops help individuals with disabilities express themselves through poetry, short stories, or journaling.  

Therapeutic Horseback Riding: Also known as equine-assisted therapy, this program involves interacting with horses to promote physical and emotional well-being.  

Gardening and Horticulture Programs: Horticultural therapy offers therapeutic benefits through gardening and connecting with nature.  

 Accessible Travel Programs: Certain organizations arrange accessible travel experiences, allowing disabled individuals to explore the world comfortably and inclusively. 

 Community Art Exhibitions: Local art galleries and community centers may host art exhibitions featuring works created by disabled artists, promoting their talent and creativity.  

Inclusive Cooking Classes: Cooking classes designed for disabled individuals can teach culinary skills and promote independence in the kitchen.  

Photography Classes: Adaptive photography classes provide accessible equipment and techniques for individuals with disabilities to express their creativity through photography.  

The Clubhouse For Special Needs: The Clubhouse is a year-round day program open Mon - Friday from 8am to 6pm. We are also open during Spring, Summer, and Winter Break.
We focus on providing a safe, fun place for teens and adults (our "Clubbers") with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) and
physical disabilities. A "Clubber" is a member/client of the Clubhouse.