Community Inclusive Recreation

Community Inclusive Recreation (CIR) provides a wide variety of activities for the mind and body through artistic, recreational and social programs for people with disabilities. CIR seeks to build awareness and to create opportunities for people of all abilities to participate in the life of the community as fully as possible. Services range from individual support to fully inclusive community activities by guiding healthy activity choices, providing accessible transportation, financial assistance, and connections to a variety of fun activities.
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Adaptive Social Program Providing Instruction, Recreation, and Enrichment of Mid-Michigan

Adaptive Social Program Providing Instruction, Recreation, and Enrichment (ASPPIRE) provides support services and programs to adults with disabilities. Many of the participants in ASPPIRE are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD); however, they also work with individuals with other disabilities such as mental illness, learning disabilities, or developmental disabilities. Through social coaching programs, Person Centered Planning, and connections to community resources, ASPPIRE aims to help participants lead functional and productive lives.
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Down Syndrome Guild of Southeast Michigan

Organization providing programs for new and expectant parents, recreation programs, social programs, and employment programs for residents of Southeast Michigan. The website also provides resource information (including a medical directory and education).

Bay Cliff Health Camp

Bay Cliff is a year-round, nonprofit therapy and wellness center for children and adults with physical disabilities. At Bay Cliff children work towards goals of increased independence and living a fuller life. Some activities inclue an adaptive paddling workshop, a health and wellness retreat for polio survivors, winter recreation for the children and adults that attend summer programs, and other family programs. Bay Cliff also partners with non-profit organizations and schools interested in conducting programs at camp.

Camp FAR Out

Camp FAR Out is a two-week inclusion creative arts camp for children ages 3-16. All groups, along with their counselors, rotate among fun-filled therapeutic activity sessions including music, art, recreation and movement. To cap off all our wonderful activities, we will have a public performance on the last day for friends and family to enjoy.

Bloomfield Hills Special Camp

Bloomfield Hills Special Camp (SCAMP) provides a quality summer program for individuals with disabilities ages 3-26+ in Metro Detroit. Therapeutic recreation is at the core of the SCAMP program where campers enjoy age and skill appropriate activities from a caring staff that look forward to working with your child. Some activities include swimming in Walnut Lake, arts & crafts, music therapy, social skill development, and language activities.