Recreation and Community Activities

Seattle Children's Autism Center

Seattle Children's Autism Center provides assessment, diagnosis, treatment and support for autism spectrum disorders. We offer a range of medical and mental health services for babies, children and young adults.

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Southside Support Incorporated

Support group for parents of students with autism and other disabilities. Linking families to their communities. Facebook group, coffee support groups, play groups, special events. Non-profit 501(c)(3). Serving Fayette, Coweta, Henry, Clayton, Spa... More...

Destiny's Ride Equestrian Center, LLC

An Equestrian Center specializing in Therapeutic & Beginner riders in Columbia County. Our motto is Enriching the lives of Many Step by Stepⓒ.   Lessons are conducted as individual or semi-private.  We believe in small individ... More...

Holy Family Episcopal Church

Holy Family offers an autism-friendly Sunday school, respite room and monthly activities geared to children with ASD. Even numbered months we host free Family Fun nights (pizza, crafts, storytelling and games); odd numbered months is Family Worshi... More...

Spectrum Warriors

A sensory-friendly Martial Arts Program designed for children on the autism spectrum  where we teach them hand-eye coordination, balance, flexibility as well as speed & agility with simple martial arts concepts designed by 5-time World Ki... More...

Skymax Trampoline Arena

The ultimate high-flying experience on almost 11,000 square feet of trampolines for all ages. Offering Open Jump, Kid Jump, 3D Dodge Ball & Volleyball, Sky-in Airbags, Slam-Dunk Basketball and Sky Fitness. Once a month, there are special needs... More...

Advancing Opportunities

Advancing Opportunities enhances the lives of people with all disabilities and enables full participation in society through advocacy, direct services and education.

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Advancing Opportunities

Advancing Opportunities enhances the lives of people with all disabilities and enables full participation in society through advocacy, direct services and education.

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