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The Rose Bowl Aquatics Center offers several programs to meet the aquatic therapy and wellness needs of our special needs clients. We are here to ensure that our patrons receive the highest quality instruction and benefits from all we have to offer. Inclusion, consistency, and progress are the hallmarks of our therapeutic programs. Our programs address the needs of our patrons of all ages and abilities. Water is a great equalizer amongst our diverse community and we want everyone to be able to enjoy the water safely. Our goal is to provide quality swim lessons and aquatic therapy programs to our patrons.
Pasadena, CA 91103
AbilityFirst strengthens and cultivates skills that give their participants the tools to successfully navigate each transition in life, including building social connections and independence; employment preparation, training and experience; and, fun and engaging activities that offer families an opportunity to refresh and recharge.
Pasadena, CA 91106
Ability First Glendale Center offers an afterschool enrichment program for children and young adults with developmental disabilities ages 5 to 22.
The center is licensed for 25 children and young adults with developmental disabilities, such as autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, and epilepsy.
The center serves Glendale and surrounding communities.
440 West Lomita Ave.,
Glendale, CA 91205
Training people on the autism spectrum to work in the entertainment industry.
Westlake Village Administrative Offices
Glendale, CA 91203
Center for Developmental Therapeutic Vaulting
Providing unique, highly motivating and effective therapy, education and recreation through horses and related experiences to disabled/disadvantaged/at-risk/special-needs children and has earned recognition educationally, medically and scientifically. Through vaulting (gymnastics on a moving horse), even severely disabled children learn and achieve with the goal of enabling them to lead more independent and productive lives.
The purpose of the Armenian Parents' Support Group of the Lanterman Regional Center is to provide a safe and nurturing forum to parents of special needs children and adults to interact, share their concerns and learn from each others' experiences.
The group also strives to educate parents on issues pertinent to the special needs community so that they can better advocate for their loved ones.
The group meets every third Tuesday of the month at the Library Connection located at 1100 E. Chevy Chase Drive, Glendale, CA 91205 from 6:30PM to 8:30PM.
For more information contact the group facilitator, Nanor Kabakian, at Nanorkab@aol.com.
1100 East Chevy Chase Drive,
Glendale, CA 91205
Aura is a locally-based health care service that takes great pride in serving members of our communities in and around Sacramento, CA.
Aura teaches our clients a variety of skills including self-expression, independence, social skills, self-awareness and coping techniques. We believe in the power of naturalistic play-based therapy on a human level.
Aura also supports clients with challenging behaviors (aka problem behaviors) such as extreme tantrums, aggression, self-injury, verbal abuse, non-compliance, etc. Our goal is to help each client and their family live healthier and happier lives.
We offer services in our client's home, school, community and virtually through Telehealth.
Adaptive Program, 1:1
If your child has special needs, a learning disability, or any condition that hinders them from group classes, discuss adaptive lesson options with one of our supervisors. The goal of private lessons is to mainstream the student into group swim classes.
Southern California Locations
With schools in Santa Ana, Fountain Valley, Menifee, and Tarzana, parents and guardians benefit from receiving professional swimming instruction close to their home.
Tarzana, CA 91356
Autism Movement Therapy, Inc is a nonprofit organization, focused on serving the autism & special needs community through providing a structured movement & music program as well as providing advocacy and community outreach to create understanding and bring dignity to the spectrum community across the globe.
Van Nuys, CA 91406
For more than 50 years, we’ve helped advance the biological understanding of autism by pursuing research on its cause and potential treatments. Whether you’re an individual looking for information, a professional seeking evidence-based advice, or a researcher looking for funding, we’re here to provide information you need.