Recommended Activities

Recommended Activities

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Sailing Angels

Sailing Angels introduces the joy of sailing to children with special cognitive and physical needs (eg. Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Blindness, Deafness, MR, physical mobility issues, etc.), as an opportunity for education and recreational therapy. We provide sailing adventures at no cost to the participants.

Although our primary focus has been to provide this unique nautical “hydro-therapy” experience to those children & young adults with special needs, we have expanded our scope to include special needs adults as well as those who have gallantly served and sacrificed so much in our behalf: our Wounded Warriors and their families. We Sailing Angels welcome these special men & women with open arms!

YMCA Miracle League

EVERY CHILD DESERVES A CHANCE TO PLAY BASEBALL

The Y has joined with the Miracle League to provide families a safe outlet for their special needs children where they can experience the joy and benefits that come from our national pastime – baseball.

Camp Buckaroo- Summer Camp

A week-long day camp for children with disabilities and their siblings to attend together. Volunteers work one on one with a camper and act as their buddy all week at camp developing a strong bond! Each day has a different theme like “A day at the beach” or “under the big top” and all sports, music, crafts, and group games are geared towards the theme for the day. Camp hours are from 9:30 am – 3:00 pm each day. Age for campers: 6-14 Age for volunteering: minimum of 14 Please click on link for further information and applications: http://www.eastersealshouston.org/Children/camps.html Click here for application online

Soaring Kidz

Soaring Kidz is a non-profit organization serving children and teens with varying abilities. They are a group of individuals with collective talents who are truly committed to making a difference in the lives of children and teens with disabilities and their families.

Camp PALS Dallas

PALS ProgramsCamp PALS is a week-long program that creates one to one pairings of campers and counselors to foster independence and promote friendship among peers. This year PALS will be coming down south to the Dallas, Texas area! Click here to learn more ______________________________________________________________________

Summer 2015 FUN GUIDE Plan Your Summer Adventure!

Please check with organizers to ask if there are certain steps to register a child with Ds.
ARTS. Arts for Rural Texas www.artsforruraltexas.org Austin County Fair 17th Annual ACF Summer Music Fest www.austincountyfair.com 125th Brenham Maifest www.maifest.org Building Brains Lego Engineering Camps www.Buildingbrains.Biz Camp Cho-Yeh www.cho-yeh.org Canyon Lake Area Chamber www.canyonlakechamber.com Clear Lake Greek Festival www.clearlakegreekfestival.com Crockett Family Resort Lodging, Marina, RV Park www.crockettresort.com Galveston Historic Homes Tour www.galvestonhistory.org/homestour Galveston Island Beach Revue www.galvestonbeachrevue.com Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier www.pleasurepier.com George Ranch Historical Park www.georgeranch.org Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council www.gssjc.org Hot Nights Cool Tunes Concert Series: Downtown Brenham www.visitbrenhamtexas.com Junction, Texas Hill Country www.junctiontexas.com Kemah Boardwalk www.Kemahboardwalk.com Nike Tennis Camp www.USSportsCamps.com/tennis Outdoor Texas Camp www.outdoortexascamp.com Sealy Community Foundation Sealybration www.sealycommunityfoundation.org St. Martin’s Activity Center www.stmartinsepiscopal.org/activity-center Texas City-LaMarque Chamber of Commerce, Funfest www.texascitychamber.com YMCA Camp Cullen www.ymcacampcullen.org Click here for more Events.
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