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Clomid Warnings We promote planned activities on community excursions. Up to three individuals participate in the planned activity under the supervision of one staff person. Transportation is provided by Handi-Crafters; however, costs associated with the activities are the responsibility of the individual.
Examples of some of the planned activities:
- Volunteering at Animal Shelters & Food Banks
- Field Trips to Longwood Gardens & Local Farms
- Art classes and sports league participation
- Beauty Salon Appointments & shopping
- Individuals participating, plan activities with the staff specialist and away we go!
READ what some of our participants are saying…
Lane said he liked going to the food bank. He liked helping people. He enjoyed learning how to pick kale at the farm!
Kristine said it was awesome going out. She felt bad for the animals, but she liked helping them. She thought the kittens were cute!
Tom said it was great. He thought it was interesting since he hadn’t done art in a long time. He thought the teacher was nice and he learned a lot. He still has his pictures at home. He looks forward to going out again.
For more information about Community Participation Contact:
Ms. Nichole Swisher
Community Participation Specialist