A Recreational and Sensory-Based Community Event for Kids and Teens with Developmental Disabilities and their Siblings and Peers
Saturday, April 20, 9:30 am–11:30 am
Sponsored by The Sage Colleges Esteves School of Education and School of Health Sciences
College faculty and graduate and undergraduate students will lead structured activities that promote positive play, peer interactions and exploratory learning for individuals in grades K-12 with developmental disabilities, their siblings and peers.
Participants can pick four 20-minute activities in recreation, arts, music and movement and more. Groups are limited to seven participants with at least two instructors. Instructors are graduate and undergraduate students, whose activities have been approved by college faculty.
THIS EVENT IS FREE BUT REGISTRATION IS REQUESTED BEFORE APRIL 18.
RSVP to Kelly Brock, M.S.Ed, BCBA, LBA at [email protected] or 518-244-2077.