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

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.

Leisure/Recreation Program: ARISE & Ski - Program
ARISE

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. 

Family Support Respite and Recreational Services (DDSO) - Program
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc.

9882 River Road
Utica, NY

*Developmentally disabled youth will receive a safe and educational environment with fun activities after school, on weekends, and during school breaks.*Agency intake is completed and further screening through OPWDD (Office for People with Developmental Disabilities) Front Door Process.*We offer participants the opportunity to create lasting memories through social interactions during our activities and outings.*We offer guardians/parents/families temporary relief from worrying about how they …

Sports Program - Program
GRASP

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 …

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