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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OUCARES/ Oakland University Center for Autism

Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support offers programs, special events, and recreation for children of all ages and families experiencing autism spectrum disorders, plus a variety of camps for children ages 3-18 with autism and an employable skill building program for adults with autism.
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Autistic Play Place

Play-Place is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission to provide a fun-filled, judgment-free, haven of hope for families affected by autism and other special needs. Offers a unique play-powered environment, combining education and recreation with a variety of social, occupational and physical therapeutic overtones.. Designed to promote cognitive and social development, sensory integration, balance & coordination, endless hours of excitement, as well as professional support services and respite relief for parents and siblings. Admission is $7 per parent and $3 per child.
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