In yesterday’s blog, golfing for people with disabilities was highlighted as one of the great adaptive activities of the spring season. Well, if golfing isn’t your thing and you still want to be outside but require activities that are more accessible for individuals with disabilities, then Fishing Has No Boundaries of Mid-North Indiana, Inc. may […]
As winter comes to an end and we finally start to see the first signs of spring, we will most likely want to be outside more often, soaking up the sun while enjoying various physical activities. This may seem like a natural progression from one season to the next, but for an individual with a […]
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What: A sensory friendly showing of the 20th Century Fox film Diary of a Wimpy Kid : Rodrick Rules presented by Goodrich Quality Theaters. When: Saturday, April 2 at 10am Where: Hamilton 16 IMAX in Noblesville, IN. Who Should Attend: Families with children who have special needs. The “Lights Up, Sound Down. Lights Up, […]
The Central Indiana Council on Aging Inc. (CICOA) is a non-profit agency in Indiana that oversees state and federal funds and private donations to provide information, advocacy and support services for older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers. Since 1974 the agency has been an active supporter and advocate of services that give aging individuals and […]
For many people, reading is a daily activity that provides a brief escape and the chance to relax and forget about daily stresses. Reading can be fun, informative, and even cathartic. Unfortunately, for individuals with certain disabilities, reading does not serve as a means of escape and relaxation; conversely, reading can be an arduous task […]