The New Beginnings Club is a weekly social program for adults with disabilities! Join us at Neighborhood House every Friday (starting 2/18/22) from 10 AM-12 PM for food, fun, games, and activities!
Neighborhood House will provide food and fun activities for all participants. The club will be held on our ground floor, so it's easily accessible to all participants. We are hoping to give adults with disabilities a fun place to socially interact, make friends, and enjoy themselves on a weekly basis. This is a free program for all participants.
We also hold a monthly social on the second Wednesday of each month from 6:30 - 8 pm.
RHYTHM WORKS Integrative Dance is a specialized, but inclusive, dance class for people with individual learning differences and other special needs. The program is based on the Hip Hop Made Easy Program.
Janesville, WI 53545
Developed in 2008, the Rec Programs are for individuals with developmental disabilities that are 16+ years old. Rock & Green Rec gives each individual opportunities to have fun and increase their socialization, develop friendships, and stay active in their community.
Catholic Charities' Rock and Green county Recreation program was developed for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities age 16 years and older. Both programs offer an opportunity for individuals to socialize, and stay active. All of the events take place after normal work hours and weekends. Rock County Recreation offers events two times and month at locations throughout Rock County. Green County Recreation offers events once a month at locations throughout Green County
Southwest Opportunities Center, Inc. (SOC) is a private, non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. Since 1988 we have been providing services to individuals with disabilities throughout Grant County and the surrounding communities of Southwest Wisconsin. Our objective is to be persistent in supporting, educating, and empowering each individual to reach their fullest potential. Our Mission is to provide opportunities for individuals to grow in everyday life.
P.O. Box 207
Lancaster, WI 53813
Athletes are the heart of Special Olympics. Our athletes are children and adults with intellectual disabilities from all around the world, with more than 9,000 in Wisconsin. They are finding success, joy and friendship as part of our global community. They're also having lots of fun!
Everybody is different. Special Olympics is for people who are different because they learn new skills slowly. They are different in other ways as well. They have an intellectual disability, or ID. Intellectual disabilities happen in all cultures, races and countries. The goal of Special Olympics Wisconsin (SOWI) is to reach out to the more than 145,000 people in the state with ID. Our 9,000+ SOWI athletes—ages 8 years old and up—come from all regions of the state. We also have a Young Athletes program for children ages 2 to 10. At any age and in every county, our athletes are learning new skills, making new friends and gaining in fitness and confidence.
Special Olympics Wisconsin trainings and competitions happen 365 days a year. We offer 19 Olympic-style winter, spring, summer and fall sports. All sports are coached by certified volunteer coaches. Many athletes start in one sport, then go on to try others.
There is no upper age limit, and in fact, the average age of an athlete is 33. So whatever your age or skill level, Special Olympics has something for you.
Madison, WI 53718
SwimWest Swim School is a Year-Round, Child-Friendly Aquatic Safety Program in the Madison and Fitchburg area. The water is 90 degrees and our tropical air is 92 degrees to keep our swimmers warm in and out of the water. For over 32 years, our local, family-owned, and operated business has provided a top-quality, internationally recognized, Learn-to-Swim Program to thousands of children and adult swimmers. Our swim lessons build confidence, teach water safety skills, and allow children to build physical, social, and mental benefits for a lifetime of fun.
Using drones to develop social and employment skills for autistic individuals
A volunteer run, non-profit organization that leverages drones to develop social and employment skills for autistic individuals.
TATTS has been going strong since 2013 thanks to the young people that participate, their families, the dozens of fantastic volunteers that make it happen and those who remotely support us by donating their time and money. Watch the short video below about us and find a way to join in!