CIRCLE-T (for typical sibs)
This exciting, unique program on the South Shore supports children whose siblings have a significant special need.
And it’s FREE!
WHO: Children, six to fourteen years, come with their parent, enjoy a pizza supper, and maybe, for the first time, join other ‘typical sibs’ who face similar joys and challenges of living with a sibling with special needs.
WHEN: (meets every other week for 8 weeks, October-Jan)
WHERE: House of Prayer, Hingham (Rte 228)
HOW: It’s easy to refer a student and his/her parent to CIRCLE-T. You, your SEPAC president OR the interested parent can simply sends an email to: email@example.com
For more details or questions, feel free to call me at 617.921.4008.
Space is limited so please, forward this to your SEPAC president and interested families today! You will have helped a child develop and master coping skills that will serve him/her for a lifetime! Thank you!
Maria Trozzi, Executive Director, Joanna’s Place
Co-founder and former Director, Good Grief Program,
Boston Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, emeritus,
B.U. School of Medicine
Author, Talking with Children About Loss
All Stars Nautical Mile: Almost Full
Our Very Popular program with Brian Stewart is back for the Fall, designed for ALL abilities to help improve your fitness level.
Grades 1-8 Sundays: Starts September 25
6 weeks 3-4:00 pm
All Stars Jiu Jitsu
Our program has expanded into Jiu Jitsu,
which is a more encompassing martial arts program than karate.
Grades 1-8 Fridays: Starts October 14
8 weeks 5:30pm Beginner/Intermediate, 6:30 pm Advanced
Open to ALL Towns
Click here to register:
Scituate Recreation Registration
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24TH
6:00 PM - 9:15 PM
Outing for ages 21-30 year olds
$30.00 includes Ghost Tour
Bring your favorite dish to share
THIS GROUP IS FOR THOSE THAT WOULD LIKE TO CONNECT WITH LIKE MINDED PEERS THAT EITHER ATTEND SCHOOL OR ARE WORKING. THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR YOUNG ADULTS WHO CAN PARTICIPATE SAFELY AND INDEPENDENTLY.
WE WILL BE MEETING AT SECOND NATURE'S PLYMOUTH LOCATION
15 MAIN STREET EXTENSION UNIT 7
RSVP TO AMY GORDON AT
Check it out!!
SNAP (Special Needs Athletic Partnership) is pleased to offer several exciting recreational and athletic programs for students ages 4 – 22 who receive special education services.
Fall programs will include: bowling, crew, learn-to-skate/learn-to-play hockey, yoga/Zumba, soccer, tennis, and hip-hop dance.
To learn more about each program, please visit: www.hinghamsports.com and click on the “SNAP” tab. Please direct any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Because everyone needs to have balance in their life with FUN! Listings include sports, the arts, family events and fundraising galas and golf tournaments.