Dance for Parkinson’s is modeled after a national dance program designed to empower participants to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative.

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Day Habilitation supports people with developmental disabilities who have higher needs for more intense training in order to make their community experience, and the experience of the community, more positive.

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Camping Sessions run from mid-June to early August. Both overnight and day sessions are offered. Financial aid is available to eligible campers with disabilities.

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Multi-day sports competitions where Special Olympics athletes with disabilities from across Georgia, the Southeast, the United States and/or other countries come together to participate in competitions.

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You can be a blessing to a child with special health needs by participating in Holiday Helpers, The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital’s annual gift drive for people with disabilities.

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Opportunity Village believes that people with intellectual disabilities and their families should have choices in where and how they are served. So, Opportunity Village provides a variety of different programs which provide men and women with all levels o

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Arc of Onondaga provides a wide variety of services to people with developmental disabilities and their family members. Click the link to see a full list of services.

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Store that provides an opportunity to purchase items that support athletes with disabilities.

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There are as many ways to support Camp Korey as there are individual talents—please see the volunteer areas below and click through to view the opportunities for children with disabilities.

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Volunteers are a vital part of fulfilling the hospital’s mission of maximizing the potential of patients with complex medical needs and disabilities, as they provide valuable services that contribute to the care and comfort of patients and their familie

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You can help make a difference in the life of a child with disabilities at The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital by purchasing needed items through our basic needs list or through one of our departmental or special events wish lists.

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Enhance the daily living for adults with developmental and other disabilities through employment, education, and life skills training, leading to improved interaction in the larger community.

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NHF’s discussion groups offer you an opportunity to ask questions, solicit opinions, and have wide-ranging discussions on a variety of issues with people in the bleeding and clotting disorders community.

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In Plain Sight raises awareness of the thousands of women and children who are forced, coerced, or deceived into the commercial sex trade each year in the United States.

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DSG provides Down syndrome awareness presentations to hospitals, therapists, service providers, civic groups, schools and churches. DSG released the “Just Like You” DVD which was awarded TASH’s 2013 “Positive Images in Media” award.

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Some of our families spend and extended amount of time in the hospital with their children due to medical complications. Down Syndrome Guild provides meal vouchers to offset expenses incurred.

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DSG partners with 40 school districts who have designated Down syndrome Specialists. They serve as liaisons between DSG, families and their individual districts.

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Quarterly new parent and extended family breakfasts are hosted at the Down Syndrome Guild center to welcome new and young families and provide support and resources.

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