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Brooklyn’s Playground – A Playground for All Children

Address: P.O. Box 1374
Pocatello, ID 83204
Phone: 208-221-3313 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Brooklyn’s Playground is a community-wide volunteer effort to build the first fully-inclusive playground for the Pocatello-Chubbuck area, a place where children of all abilities can come together, interact, and grow through “the gift of play.” Read More

McCormick Research Institute – Heavenly Hooves Therapeutic Riding Program

Address: 4651 Rummell Road
St. Cloud, FL 34771
Phone: 407-933-7433 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

McCormick Research Institute – Home of Heavenly Hooves and Horses & Heros Therapeutic Riding Programs Since 2002 Heavenly Hooves has safely served over 25,000 individuals. Our teaching methods, safety standards, and rigorous instructor training are strictly… Read More

C.H.U.M Therapeutic Riding, Inc – Children and Horses United in Movement

Address: 2180 East Dexter Trail
Dansville, MI 48819
Phone: 517-204-0974 Fax: 517-623-0145 Email: Website:

Children and Horses United in Movement or C.H.U.M. Therapeutic Riding Inc. brings to the Mid-Michigan area both the old and the new. A new program with old friends. Our name was designed to honor a faithful equine friend who has been in service to therapeutic… Read More

Camp Red Cedar – Recreation & Therapeutic Riding Programs

Address: 3900 Hursh Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
Phone: (260) 637-3608 Fax: (260) 637-5483 Email: Website:

Where individuals of all abilities come together to learn, explore, play and grow. A place that features everything camp has to offer – games, horseback riding, swimming, canoeing, arts and crafts, nature hikes and singing around the campfire. In addition… Read More

Inspiration Ranch

Address: 25902 Glen Loch Drive
Spring, TX 77380
Phone: 281-719-9322 Email: Website:

Nestled among the towering pines of Spring, Texas, lies Inspiration Ranch; a special place where remarkable learning opportunities and personal victories are happening every day for individuals with special needs. We are a Premiere Accredited Center through… Read More

Nashville Dolphins

Address: 95 White Bridge Rd, Ste 221
Nashville, TN 37205
Phone: (615) 866-9971 Email: Website:

Aquatics programming for children and adults with special needs. The Nashville Dolphins began in 2003 with less than a handful of swimmers who wanted to improve their swimming skills. Today Dolphin Aquatics serve over 150 children and adults year-round… Read More

Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program, Inc.

Address: 117 West End Avenue, National Headquarters ℅ Beth Cuomo
Shirley, NY 11967
Phone: (631) 399-5564 Email: Website:

Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program is one of the first inclusive running clubs in the USA for all athletes. Founded in 1998 by Steve Cuomo, the Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program (RTSNP) is a one of a kind non profit (501c3) organization dedicated… Read More

Special Olympics Northern California

Address: 3480 Buskirk Ave, Suite 340
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Phone: (925) 944-8801 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

We pride ourselves on offering a wide variety of services to our athletes. Our sports training and competition opportunities provide athletes of all ability levels the chance to play and be part of a team. Skills like being a good teammate, winning with… Read More

North County Adaptive Sports

Address: PO Box 400
Atascadero, CA 93423
Phone: (805) 610-5657 Website:

The North County Adaptive Sports and Recreation Program is a 501c non-profit organization formed to provide year-round supervised adaptive sports and recreational activities for individuals with developmental disabilities in North San Luis Obispo County… Read More

Children’s Discovery Museum – Normal, IL

Address: 101 E Beaufort St
Normal, IL
Phone: (309) 433-3444 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

The mission of the Children’s Discovery Museum is to inspire the love of learning through the power of play. Our mission is accomplished by providing hands-on exhibits, classes, and programs that actively engage the visitor in experiences that stimulate… Read More

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