A KID AGAIN
A Kid Again fosters Hope, Happiness, and Healing for families raising kids with life-threatening conditions by hosting monthly Adventures so that families always have something positive to anticipate! An adventure is a fun-filled, cost-free, group-based event designed for the immediate family, including siblings. We exist to provide opportunities for families to focus on creating fun, memorable experiences together and to forget about their daily medical concerns. Click here to learn more about the program, or email email@example.com
Anyone from 0-22 years old can participate.
ACHIEVING RIGHT CHOICES
The Arc of Jackson County launched a new program, Achieving Right Choices, for special education classrooms in Jackson County in 2022. Board President, Deb Schwartz, and self-advocate, Dylan Bridges, co-lead this program. It is designed to discuss feelings and emotions and healthy ways to respond. Deb reads a book while Dylan interacts with students by acting out the content of what Deb is reading. This is a fun and interactive program. At the end of the school year, students will be given information about The Arc of Jackson County so their families can learn about services.
CALMING THERAPY MUSIC
CAMP RILEY AND BRADFORD WOODS
Camp Riley empowers children with physical and cognitive diagnoses by providing life-changing experiences in a camp environment tailored to their individual needs. Campers shatter perceived limitations, make new friends, and reach higher achievements, returning home with an increased sense of independence and confidence.
Bradford Woods is available to those OVER 22 who ATTENDED CAMP RILEY
ERSKINE GREEN TRAINING INSTITUTE
Erskine Green Training Institute (EGTI) provides training in hospitality, food service, healthcare, and inventory distribution over the course of 10-13 weeks.
In addition to hands-on job training, the curriculum addresses critical soft skills like appropriate workplace etiquette, teamwork, taking direction, and effective communication skills.
Students must be 18 years or older at the start of the training session.
Upon completion of the program, students leave with a certificate, resume, practiced interview skills, and a list of open positions in the community they are returning to after graduation.
SPECIAL NEEDS BIBLE STUDY
We study God´s word, have fellowship, and have fun!
Redeemer Lutheran Church
504 N. Walnut, Seymour IN 47274
We meet on Mondays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Call Susan Hessong for information