The Rinks have seven locations located across Southern California, they are: The Rinks – Anaheim ICE, The Rinks – Lakewood ICE, The Rinks – Westminster ICE, The Rinks – Yorba Linda ICE, The Rinks – Irvine Inline, The Rinks – Corona Inline, and The Rinks – Huntington Beach Inline
The Rinks is excited to introduce its Homeschool Programming line-up. The Rinks offer four different programs to homeschool students around Southern California. Learn to Skate, designed for first time skaters will be offered at The Rinks – Anaheim Ice and teaches skating basics. Learn to Play (LTP) and Hockey Initiation are both hosted at The Rinks – Lakewood Ice and The Rinks – Yorba Linda Ice. Learn to Play is a great FREE introductory program for first time hockey players with zero to little skating experience. Hockey Initiation, also for new hockey players, is a 10-week program that helps to build and develop hockey skills in young players (LTP is not a prerequisite for Hockey Initiation). Finally, The Rinks – Huntington Beach Inline runs a Street Hockey program which is wonderful for those looking to enjoy hockey without having to worry about the skating element. More information about all of these programs can be found at www.the-rinks.com.
Charis Hills Camp
Charis Hills is a special needs, recreational summer camp which helps children with learning differences build confidence and find success. We serve campers ages 7-18. We welcome campers with ADHD, Learning Disabilities, sensory inegration, auditory processing and speech/language disorders, The majority of our campers have high functioning Autism and Asperger’s. Camp is a great place to teach social skills. Campers also receive academic instruction for one activity period each day. Located one hour from Dallas & Fort Worth in the beautiful Cross Timbers or Northern Texas Hill Country! We also have spring and fall Family Camp programs that are both educational and recreational for the whole family.
We offer eight 1 week sessions through out the summer. The cost is $1260.00 per session.
Conductive Education Center of Orlando, Inc. (CECO)
931 S. Semoran Blvd. Suite 220 Winter Park, FL. 32792
Conductive education services for children with Cerebral Palsy and other related motor disorders.
This is a special needs summer camp for children with cerebral palsy and other related motor disabilities. CECO can offer your child an intensive conductive education program with the focus on increasing physical and social independence. Conductive Education is a holistic individualized program incorporating physical, social and educational elements in a group setting. The intensive sessions are led by PETO trained conductors including physical, educational and self-care skills. Students are grouped in small classes (up to 6 students max in each classroom) that are segmented to meet your child's developmental needs.
There is one-to-one student to staff ratio (each group is led by a conductor with trained program assistants) and physical and cognitive stimulation for your child throughout the entire day. The daily routine includes programs to develop new skills and improve existing gross motor; fine motor and self-care skills in a group environment. Students from around the world join us for this life changing program.
Session I June 8 – July 3
Session II July 6- July 31
Special Needs Services
Red River Dance
2921 Fiechtner Drive
South Fargo, ND 58103
Red River Dance & Performing Company strives to provide a safe and fun learning environment that stimulates students to achieve their personal best. At Red River Dance not only will you find quality dance instruction but also a deeper passion and appreciation for the Arts. With multiple options for classes and programs, Red River Dance offers dance to all levels of children and learning abilities.
Moore Than Dance
1220 East Moore Lake Dr Fridley, MN 55432
We offer dance, singing and acting classes for students with Special Needs.
Our "Special Stars" programming has been featured on Twin Cities Live and is a vital part of our studio. All of our students, whether those with special needs or professionals are treated with respect and dignity. Our programming is wholesome and professional with respect to the bodies that God has given us. All songs and costumes are age appropriate.
The Sonoran Dolphins is the special needs and adaptive aquatics branch of the Saguaro Aquatics brand. We provide 30 minute, private lessons utilizing ABA and other special needs techniques. Trained swimming instructors teach swimming and non-swimming skills to your child in our 91 degree, indoor, salt-water pool. We also have a chairlift for those that need it.
WE ACCEPT ESA CARDS and offer Scholarships for children with Autism. On Fridays the Sonoran Dolphins program has exclusive use of the facility lending to a calm, judgement free environment. For more information on scholarships and our program, class schedules, and online registration please see our website or call us – 638-8040.
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