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Leisure & Recreation, Therapy Program: ARISE at the Farm - Program

1972 New Boston Road
Chittenango, NY

Provides various outdoor activities including: Horseback riding incorporating therapeutic and adaptive techniques.  Cart driving lessons.  Accessible fishing pond.  Inclusive summer camps for people with all disabilities.  Horsemanship camps. 

Camps and Recreation Program Services - Program
Kelberman Center, Inc.

2608 Genesee St
Utica, NY

Provides opportunities through recreation and camp to individuals with autism, including respite services for their families.

Adult Summer Camp - Program
The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter

506 Hacadam Road
Frankfort, NY

Offers individuals over the age of 18 the opportunity to enjoy leisurely summertime activities and socialization.

Kids' Camp - Program
The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter

506 Hacadam Road
Frankfort, NY

Provides a camp for children ages 5 to 12 years with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their siblings. Camp is scheduled for the week before and the week after the local school-based summer school programs. 

Sports Program - Program

369 Lexington Avenue
Second Floor
New York, NY

Offers adaptive recreational and sports programming for autistic and disabled youth. GRASP’s Inclusive Soccer Program: includes a team comprised of typical developing, Autistic, and disabled students, which competes in a newly developed regional league. Offers equipment, such as cleats, shin guards, socks, and shorts to students with financial need, as well as equipment for practices and games. Provides full-length and mini skills camps for community organizations and schools across the …

Family Support Services/Recreation Respite Program (DDSO) - Program
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency

203 West Liberty Street
Rome, NY

Provides developmentally disabled youth with a safe and educational environment after school, on weekends, and during school breaks. Offers guardians/parents/families temporary relief from daily demands and ensure their family member is safe. 

Leisure/Recreation Program: ARISE & Ski - Program

635 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers adaptive skiing lessons to people with disabilities including: Spinal cord injuries.  Spina Bifida.  Muscular dystrophy.  Developmental or intellectual disability.  Traumatic brain injury.  Lessons occur at Toggenburg Mountain Ski Center in Fabius, NY. 


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