An Intensive Therapy Summer Camp that is run for 2 weeks every year for kids with Sensory, Motor delays, ADD, Autism & other therapy needs. At least one parent or caregiver is required for each camper, because the camp becomes a parent training, networking, and support system. Camp runs M-F.
The City of Sterling Heights Parks & Recreation Department includes Adaptive Recreation Services. Activities include a summer camp, prom dance, adaptive storytime, cooking classes and other fun activities.
Disability Network Southwest Michigan provides advocacy, education, peer support, information and referral, transition and independent living services to individuals with disabilities. Offices in Kalamazoo and St. Joseph.
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).
The Down Syndrome Association of West Michigan website provides information on Down Syndrome, various programs and support, workshops, financial assistance, and various resource information (financial, medical, therapy, transition, educational, etc.)
The National Down Syndrome Society website offers employment resources, inclusive recreation, advocacy, local parent supports, lending libraries, medical professional and teacher trainings and other resources.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is an organization that provides programs and services impacting those affected by muscular dystrophy. MDA provides Care Centers located throughout the U.S. , which offers appointments to access expert care, clinical trials and to connect with the MDA community. MDA also provides family seminars, has an online resource center, conducts a summer camp for kids impacted by muscular dystrophy, funds research, and provides information on neuromuscular disease
The Children's Hemiplegia and Stroke Association (CHASA) provides information for those newly diagnosed, a support community, information on medical issues and treatment, information on living, school and sports and resources such as grants and scholarships.
Organization that provides information, referrals, employment services, transportation services, support, and advocacy services to people with disabilities. The Disability Network of the Upper Peninsula also works on a larger scale, helping local businesses, and other organizations to make changes that improves life for all individuals.