Individuals who need assistance vacationing are encouraged and welcome to travel with Able Trek Tours. This includes individuals with developmental disabilities, the elderly, individuals with a mental health condition, and others.
Able Trek offers fully staffed and assisted tours for adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities. Travelers must exhibit appropriate social behavior, have no major medical concerns, be at least 18 years old and display appropriate behavior toward property, themselves, and others. The typical Staff to Traveler ratio is 1:3 or 1:4. If a Traveler requires more assistance and/or supervision, we may require the guest to attend the tour with their own 1:1 support staff.
Adults of all ages and abilities are invited to socialize and enjoy a variety of board games at this monthly meeting hosted by Living Our Visions Inclusively (LOV Inc.) in partnership with the Sequoya Library. We'll have a selection of games on hand, but feel free to bring your favorites!
Sequoya Library is a public library branch with free access to the internet, books, media, and other resources. Children's area with play space (https://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/kids/play-madison-public-library). Noise-canceling headphones and additional sensory tools are available for in-library use. Adult Board Game Night is specifically inclusive for all adults.
Our Adult Social Group is a group for all adults on the Autism spectrum (no formal diagnosis needed).
On the first Sunday of the month, we have a casual hangout via Zoom.
On the third Sunday of the month, we enjoy some casual games with fellow members via Zoom in a relaxed, conversational atmosphere.
Ainsley's Angels is a non-profit that provides inclusive running opportunities for people with disabilities. They pair people with disabilities with runners who push them in local road races using special racing chairs. Ainsley's Angels ultimately aims to provide community, involvement, and adrenaline to people with disabilities as well as build awareness of the special needs community through visibility, advocacy, and education.
Pairs special racing chairs and abled-bodies runners with people with disabilities to create adaptive running opportunities for people of all abilities and identities
Our mission is to expand the capabilities, confidence, and quality of life for children and adults with disabilities by providing programs in dance, drama, creative writing, music, and visual art.
We provide support, education and advocacy to individuals with Autism, their families and the community in south central and south western WI.
We are dedicated to improving the lives of all who are impacted by autism by providing information, resources and support, while raising awareness and acceptance in our community. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.
Madison, WI 53719
Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Miami, FL 33131
We believe the whole family needs to be supported to be successful.
The purpose of the Blue Crayon Foundation INC is to help create a community of acceptance for children with special needs.
The Blue Crayon Foundation is committed to creating opportunities and experiences that children and families might not have in their everyday lives.
The Blue Crayon Foundation will create partnerships with and educate the greater community about children with special needs.
A three-and-a-half week sleep-away camp in the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont. Campers live in cabins with up to 8 peers and 4 counselors. Our traditional New England camp program includes arts, outdoor adventure, ropes course, athletics, pool, lakefront aquatics, and much more!
Akeela campers are boys and girls completing grades 3 – 10 who are excited about a camp experience that supports their social growth. Many have been diagnosed with Asperger’s, NVLD or a similar neurodiverse profile. At Akeela, they truly belong and find lifelong friends. In addition to our camps for grades 3 – 10, Beyond Akeela prepares 10th – 12th graders for life after high school, with an emphasis on social skills, independence, college readiness and FUN! Family Camp is a one-week camp in mid-August for the entire family!
314 Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Summer Address (6/1 – 8/31):
One Thoreau Way
Thetford Center, VT 05075
Camp AweSum is a Not-For-Profit charitable organization, 501(c)3, dedicated to providing summer camp opportunities for children (ages 9-15) on the Autism Spectrum as well as four Family Camps for children on the Autism Spectrum along with their siblings, parents, and grandparents.
All camps are supported by experienced professionals
1487 Moon Beach Rd.
St. Germain, WI 54558