Social Groups

Arts & Crafts

With fresh, new activities each week, kids will have fun while working on fine motor, speech and language, social, handwriting, visual perception, and sensory integration skills.

Community Service & Volunteering

We want our kids to live in a community that loves them, and a community that our kids love! Join us as we give back to our local Decatur/Metropolitan Atlanta community and show them the impact our kids can have. We will we gather supplies and work as a team to assemble meal, hygiene, and school kits for those in need in our area.

Computer Coding for Kids

With the rapid development of technology, we would like to make it our mission to prepare our kids for the future by hosting tech workshops taught by Morehouse College Microsoft Student Partner, Damon Redding.

Cooking

Kids will have a blast working on self-help, social, speech and language, fine motor, sequencing, and cognition skills as they learn to prepare simple meals and snacks with their friends.

Line Dance

While it may not look like an average hoedown, kids will love learning the latest dance crazes, such as the Nae Nae, all while practicing gross motor, social, speech and language, and sequencing skills.

Parent Support

Being a parent of a special needs child can be tough, but you don’t have to do it alone. Come join other parents to share in each other’s struggles, triumphs, tears and laughter that come with raising a child with special needs.

Sibling Support

Life can be very different when your brother or sister has special needs. Join other siblings to talk about what makes life maybe a little harder, or maybe a little more interesting, when you have an extraordinary sibling.

Tails & Trails

Kids will love exploring outside with the help of kid-friendly dogs. This group will address sensory exploration, navigating obstacles, reading maps, planning, and sequencing, social skills and building confidence.

Vocational Training

Coming soon!

Yoga

Yoga is a fun way to practice social, speech and language, sequencing, self-calming, and gross motor skills. Namaste.

Questions about how to get involved in one or more of these groups?
Feel free to contact our office at 404-289-4270.