We have TEN amazing programs for your needs, ages and schedules.

 

For New Families 

Current families, click here for the calendar
or here for forms.

Sunday Circle

A weekly opportunity for 3 to 14 year-olds to participate in group activities while receiving one-on-one attention from a teen. There are structured activities including music, movement entertainment, arts and crafts.

Camps

From ages 3 to end of high school, our Summer and Winter camps include sports, music, field trips and more! Sign up for Summer 2023 camp here.

Exceptional Jewish Spirit

On Sundays from 10:30 - 12:00 we host an inclusive Hebrew School for all school aged children and teens. If staying for a program that follows, you child can hang out at Friendship Circle while waiting for the next program to begin.

Better Together

Every Sunday, children of all ages and their teen friend-maker visit a senior living home to bring joy and give back to our community.

After School Hangout

5 to 21 year-olds are invited every day after school from 3 to 5pm to do homework, play games and participate in activities led by a specialized instructor.

Teen Scene Boys

On Sunday, 14+ year-old high school boys with developmental disabilities create meaningful friendships, socialize, and enhance life skills, while participating in structured programming,

Teen Scene Girls

On Sunday, 14+ year-old high school girls with developmental disabilities create meaningful friendships, socialize, and enhance life skills, while participating in structured programming,

Yad Women

Young adult women meet for friendship and connection every other Thursday. This programs is planned by participants with guidance from our staff.

Yad Men

Young adult men meet for friendship and connection every other Thursday. This programs is planned by participants with guidance from our staff.

Friends @ Home

Every week, pairs of trained teenage volunteers visit children with developmental disabilities at the child's home. These one or two-hour visits go a long way to curing loneliness through board games, stories, music, and play.

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