We strive to build a community to support children with disabilities and their families. Our goal is to provide programs which help children with special needs to develop skills and be as independent as possible.

After School Homework Help & Fitness

Monday - Friday : After school until 6pm

Our after school program offers individualized support for those who may have difficulty getting started and staying focused on homework. Once homework is complete, kids are encouraged to participate in the recreational activity of the day.  Each activity emphasizes the important of peer interaction and building strong friendships. Social Skills are addressed in a natural and supportive way.

Recreational activities include:

  • Play interactive video games (students have to be up and moving to play)
  • Play video games
  • Board games
  • Workout in the gym
  • Kids Krav Maga
  • Shoot hoops

Friday Club Night

Friday: 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Great for developing social skills! Fitness, games, music, dancing and just “hanging out”. Club Nighters can choose their own kind of activity from quieter structured fun to more energetic activities.  Kids can also chose to simply hang out with friends and chit chat.

Club Night activities may include:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Board games
  • Workout in the gym
  • Shoot hoops
  • Kickball
  • Play video games
  • Play interactive video games (students have to be up and moving to play)

Healthy Choices

Thursday: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Have a young chef in the house or perhaps a baker in the making? Encourage their passion by signing up for a fun cooking class. Your child will learn new skills and perhaps share them with you during the next meal time. Cooking time is interspersed wit periods of games, play and fitness activities.

Sports Skills Express

Sunday: 2:30pm - 3:15pm

Play ball! Play games! Move to the beat! Kids can expect to have fun while developing motor skills and hand/eye coordination, with the very creative, coordinated and kid friendly Andre Woodberry. 

Movement skills become ingrained in "muscle memory" through repetition. Children cannot master motor skills by watching or listening or standing around while others get their turn. They master them by doing – over and over and over again. Proper technique, repeated extensively, leads to mastery over time.

Andre is a prolific Sports Skills Instructor and Assistant Coach at the Elementary School level as well as a talented personal trainer.

Zumba & "Lunch Bunch"

Saturday: 12:30pm - 2:00pm

"Lunch Bunch" begins at 12:30pm with games, movies, play, chat and general socialization. The kids decide the activities themselves. "Zumba" begins at 1:15pm and it's dance, dance, dance with instructor, Andrea Dempson! The kids choose the music.

*Children bring their own lunch but snacks are provided

Practical Self Defense

Saturday: 1:30pm - 2:15pm

Through the use of drills and games, children learn life skills, self-reliance and self-defense along with discipline, focus, common sense and respect for others. This program will enhance their strength, flexibility and confidence levels. Classes end with Stranger Danger Awareness Drills where flash cards are used to develop instinctive responses to dangerous situations.

Group Fitness

See Kim for to schedule 

Certified professional trainer, Kimberly Colletto, leads a fitness training session consisting of a small group of up to 4 people. Activities include cardio, strength training, core training and balance training.

Fitness activities provided by Breakthru Family Fit 4 Life