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Resource: Special Needs Swim Team – Orange Recreation Department

…This program is for children with special needs ages 10-18 years of age. Swimmers must be able to swim multiple laps of the pool on their back and front. Coaches will work with swimmers to develop strokes, learn starts and finishes. This program will focus on fitness and exercise and will provide opportunities for individual instruction and making friends. Cost for residents is $149, $169 for non-residents…

Resource: Aqua Swim Kids – Solutions Behavioral Consulting

The Macedonia Family Recreation Center has partnered with Solutions Behavioral Consulting to provide ADAPTED swim lessons in a SMALL GROUP setting for children ages 3-7. All lessons will be overseen by a certified Water Safety Instructor as well as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and will feature the following: Specialization in children with Autism and other special needs, with assessments conducted prior to the first lesson Skills that…

Resource: Disability Swimming — Lake Erie Swimming

…At meets, race distances, groupings, and competitive rules are adapted to meet an individual disabled athlete’s needs, and according to U.S. Paralympics rules. Ongoing Adaptive Swim Clinics are now taking place in: Wooster Ohio and Twinsburg, Ohio…

Resource: S.P.L.A.S.H.

Swim, Perservere, Learn, Achieve, Socialize, amd Have Fun! Swim lessons for children and teens with mental and developmental disabilities. Lessons are tailored to each swimmer’s individual temperament….

Post: Helpdesk – How Do I Protect My Wandering Loved One?

Wandering and elopement behaviors can pose unique safety risks for children and adults on the autism spectrum. Luckily, there are many accessible tools to help keep these individuals safe. Below, Milestones Program Director Beth Thompson highlights some great tips and resources to utilize if your loved one is one of the many individuals with ASD who are prone to wandering. Take advantage of free resources – The National Autism Association…